International Law and the Use of Force: Beyond the U.N. Charter Paradigm (2nd Revised edition)
By: Robert J. Beck (author), Anthony C. Arend (author)Hardback
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How does international law restrict the use of force by states? What are the legal implications of using force? This is the second edition of a bestselling textbook first published in 1993. It is fully revised and updated to cover recent key disputes such as Somalia and Rwanda. This is excellent reading for all students with an interest in international law and many of the key challenges faced by the global community.
Georgetown University, USA University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
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2nd Revised edition
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