International law : norms, actors, process : a problem-oriented approach /
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New York :
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Table of Contents:
- Tracing the evolution of international law through two problems
- Making law in a decentralized system
- The traditional actors : states and international organizations
- The challenge of non-state actors
- International law in the domestic arena
- The reach of domestic law in the international arena : jurisdiction and its limits
- The claims of individuals on states : international human rights
- Mitigating the harms of war : international humanitarian law
- Individual accountability for violations of human dignity : international criminal law and beyond
- Responding to the first global commons issue : the law of the sea
- Protecting the international environment
- Managing the world economy
- The use of force
- Conceptual challenges to international law : legitimacy, relevance, and justice.