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'It appears that Aust's intention in writing this book was to provide a practitioners' manual of sorts on the law of treaties. His writing is bright and lucid, on occasion bringing humour to a subject that is often seen as rather dry. This is an extremely valuable book, which deserves to be read by academics and practitioners, and particularly by those about to embark on treaty based dealings, or who wish to see how the law of treaties is applied in practice.' The Modern Law Review
'In his introduction Anthony Aust refers to the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties as the 'bible' for practitioners of treaty law. For students and scholars of treaty law and practice Mr. Aust's work may come to serve the same role.' International Journal of Legal Information
'A good and readable treatment of this subject ...'. International Law & Trade Perspective
'... It is lucid, throughout, and well written, by an author who well understands what he talking about.' The American Journal of International Law
'... the title under review is an excellent study of modern law of treaties. It is erudite, reflects in-depth research and presents the law of treaties in a practical context. Anyone interested in treaties should read this book.' International and Comparative Law Quarterly
'... Aust has written a gem of a textbook.' Nordic Journal of International Law
On the publication of its first edition, this textbook was welcomed as the definitive study of treaty law written from the viewpoint of an experienced practitioner. As with the first, this edition aims to provide the student and practitioner with a full understanding of the law and updates existing information and refines previous arguments. New to its scope of examination is the study of the use of memorandums of understanding (MOUs) in litigation, the treaty-making capacity of entities such as the Vatican, Taiwan and Palestine, and the effect of hostilities on treaties. Given their increasing importance, there is also a new chapter on international organisations, including an attempt to explain the sometimes baffling roles in treaty-making played by the European Community and European Union. Students and practitioners alike will find this an invaluable guide to this increasingly important subject.
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