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Author(s)Donald R Rothwell / Stuart Kaye / Afshin Akhtar-Khavari / Ruth Davis / Imogen Saunders
SubtitleCases and Materials with Australian Perspectives
Published19th June 2018
PublisherCambridge University Press
University course codes
Australian Catholic University (ACU):LAWS404 - International Law
Australian Catholic University (ACU):LAWS454 - Public and Private International Law (Honours)
Australian National University (ANU):LAWS2250 - International Law (Llb)
Bond University:LAWS13-558 - International Law
RMIT University:LAW1029 - International Law
University of Newcastle:LAWS4012 - Public International Law
University of Notre Dame:LAWS4200 - Public International Law
University of Southern Queensland (USQ):LAW2222 - Public International And Human Rights Law
University of Southern Queensland (USQ):LAW5222 - Public International And Human Rights Law
University of Technology Sydney (UTS):70108 - Principles Of Public International Law
Cases and Materials with Australian Perspectives
Now in its third edition, International Law: Cases and Materials with Australian Perspectives remains an authoritative textbook on international law for Australian students. With a strong focus on Australian practice and interpretation, the text examines how international law is developed, implemented and interpreted within the international community and considers new and developing approaches within this field. This edition has been comprehensively updated to address recent developments in international law. The selection of cases and materials provides a thorough coverage of core areas and addresses a range of contemporary challenges, including climate change, human rights, nuclear proliferation and the South China Sea. A new chapter on international trade law reflects the growing importance of this body of law in Australian practice. Guiding commentary provides a rigorous analysis of key principles. Written by a team of experts with substantial experience in this field, International Law is an essential resource for students.