First published in 1970, A Modern Introduction to International Law rapidly established itself as a widely used and successful textbook in its field. It continues to cover all the key issues and themes in international law from diplomatic immunity to the UN and from recognition of government to war crimes.
The 8th edition has been completely revised and updated by Orakhelashvili to take account of a plethora of recent developments and updates in the field including a new dedicated chapter on international human rights, an extended history and theory section reflecting the evolution of new and critical approaches in the field and a greater focus on issues surrounding terrrorism and international criminal law.
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"Professor Malanczuk has written a new edition of Michael Akehurst's textbook which maintains its high traditions of clarity, precision and coherence. The new edition, more widely-detailed and widely-referenced, will appeal to a wider audience than its predecessor, whilst still satisfying the needs of those seeking an accessible introduction to international law, whether lawyers or not."
-Colin Warbrick, University of Durham
Peter Malanczuk is Dean & Professor (Chair) of Law, School of Law, City University Hong Kong. He is listed in The European Legal 500 and Marquis Who's Who in the World 2001.
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