Public International Law: A New Zealand Perspective is a major work for students of the public international law elective, practitioners and large firms with global practices. New Zealand experience and interests with international law differ from the European- or US-centric studies for reasons of geographical and regional needs.
This book looks at developing understanding of compliance with, rather than enforcement of, international law principles, with each chapter containing a case study and list of additional readings that can aid understanding of the topic covered.
The author panel is overflowing with New Zealand international law experts, who have provided academically rigorous content relevant to New Zealand and the Pacific Rim.
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Table of contents
- Introduction to international law
- The United Nations
- International legal personality
- The creation of international law
- Acquisition of title to territory
- New Zealand and the Pacific
- State responsibility
- International law in New Zealand law
- Human rights
- Law of the sea
- International environmental law
- International trade law
- International criminal law
- International law and the use of force
- The law of armed conflict
- Peaceful settlement of disputes