The terrorist attacks of 9/11 precipitated significant legal changes over the ensuing ten years, a "e;long decade"e; that saw both domestic and international legal systems evolve in reaction to the seemingly permanent threat of internation...
Birju Kotecha, Assistant Professor, University of Northumbria Law School This is a very good, clear, accessible and user-friendly textbook that is an excellent complement to introductory undergraduate modules on international law.
Dr. Marjoleine Zieck, Professor of International Refugee Law at the Amsterdam Law School, University of Amsterdam A perfectly concise book to introduce public international law to undergraduate students: it covers all the foundational subjects in a cogent and eloquent manner.
Anders Henriksen is now with the Danish Security and Intelligence Service. He is a former Professor of Public International Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen. He has published widely on public international law; the law and cyberspace; drone warfare; and the use of force.
1: Foundations and structure of international law 2: Sources of international law 3: The law of treaties 4: The actors in the international legal system 5: Jurisdiction 6: Immunity from national jurisdiction and diplomatic protection 7: State responsibility 8: The international law of the sea 9: International human rights law 10: International environmental law 11: International economic law 12: The peaceful settlement of disputes 13: The international regulation of the use of force 14: The law of armed conflict 15: International criminal law