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LA3013 Public international law

  1. The nature and significance of public international law.
  2. The sources of public international law.
  3. International law and municipal law.
  4. International personality: states, international organisations and others.
  5. Legal criteria of statehood.
  6. Principles of state jurisdiction.
  7. Immunities.
  8. Human rights.
  9. International criminal law.
  10. Peaceful settlement of disputes.
  11. Use of force.
  12. Treaties.
  13. State responsibility.
  14. State succession.
  15. Law of the sea.
  16. International environmental law.

Students are permitted to bring into the examination room: one copy of Blackstone's International Law Documents (OUP).