The making of international law foundations of public international law alan boyle on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers this is a study of the principal negotiating processes and law making tools through which contemporary international law is made it does not seek to give an account of the traditional and untraditional sources and theories of international law. The module uses the soas law department undergraduate public international law lectures to introduce the basic concepts and practices which form the foundations of public international law these lectures are presented with specific attention to the impact influence and development of public international law in the african and asian contexts. The making of international law alan boyle and christine chinkin foundations of public international law examines a wide range of new and traditional law making processes providing insight into the sources of international law. Foundations of public international law type academic research 2 books for courses 2 price 25 to 50 1 50 to 100 1 100 to 200 2 product type print 4 digital 4 foundations of public international law the making of international law 14000 add the making of international law to cart alan boyle and christine chinkin . International law are part of the international legal system international law takes a customary form in which society orders itself through its experience of self ordering and a legislative form treaties the state of international law at any time reflects the degree of development of international society
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