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Professor Larissa van den Herik, Leiden University I am impressed. The chapters are very well structured and, though concise, still in-depth. The chapter commentaries, recommended reading, and particularly the questions for discussion are excellent.
Dr Ingrid Westendorp, Maastricht University The writing style is clear and suitable for non-native English speakers. The author gives many examples to clarify the theory and this will certainly appeal to the students. I like that the author deals with international law issues from a civil law perspective, as this makes the book highly suitable for the European continent.
Mrta Johansson, rebro University The author writes as though he is giving a lecture, explaining the key issues, rather than mapping out the complete subject area in excessive detail.
Dr Daniela Obradovic, University of Amsterdam The book is very clearly presented and concise. It is very accessible and presents all the relevant topics in a succinct and structured manner.
Ptur Dam Leifsson, University of Iceland The text is very informative, inventive, and uses contemporary examples to clarify the law.
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Anders Henriksen is Associate Professor at the Centre for International Law, Conflict and Crisis, 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