See international law in action with FUNDAMENTAL PERSPECTIVES ON INTERNATIONAL LAW. Comprehensive yet easy-to-understand, this political science text enhances your understanding of key topics in international law through a mix of cases, articles, documents, text, charts, tables, and questions. Edited cases from many countries followed by notes and questions illustrate major concepts. The author's continually updated website contains recent cases, maps, career opportunities, links to documents, and a research guide making it easy for you stay on top of recent updates in the field.
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William Slomanson is a Professor of Law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law. His military experience in Viet Nam sparked his interest in law and relations among nations. After earning his Juris Doctorate, he obtained a second law degree in International Law from Columbia University School of Law in New York. His eighth book, FUNDAMENTAL PERSPECTIVES ON INTERNATIONAL LAW, has been adopted for classroom use by one hundred and thirty-six universities in three countries. He has written many law review articles and legal opinion editorials. Professor Slomanson is the Chair (1995) and Newsletter Editor (1992) of the "UN21" Section of the American Society of International Law in Washington, D.C.Review:
"One of the few texts to address Islam and international law...To my mind there is no undergraduate textbook on the present market that does as comprehensive and inclusive study of economics in such a confined space from a legal perspective than this undergraduate textbook." Robert Bledsoe, University of Central Florida
"International Law is thorough, challenging, and accessible, all key ingredients for a successful semester...This text prepares students for further studies in international law in a way that other textbooks fail to achieve." Tina Mueller, University of Nebraska
"Slomanson ...meet(s) the demand for more detail and depth." Wesley Millner, University of Evansville
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