Public International Law is written keeping in mind the papers prescribed by the Bar Council of India for BA.LLB and LLB Courses. It will also be a useful reference for LLM and PhD students. Further, the text will be extremely useful for the Post-Graduate Diploma and Certificate Courses on International Law, particularly International Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law, and Refugee Law. Public International Law is a well-researched work on the subject of International Law. Beginning with an introductory chapter, the text covers all important aspects of International Law, such as sources of International law, its subjects, relationship between international law and municipal law, different aspects of recognition, State jurisdiction and State responsibility. It also covers the law and practice of treaties, diplomatic and consular relations and the law relating to air, space and the sea. Further, international institutions, International Court of Justice, settlement of disputes, law of force, international humanitarian law, International Criminal Court, refugee law, and international human rights have also been discussed in detail. Key Features • Contains a plethora of cases of ICJ, PCIJ, regional courts, such as the European Court of Human Rights, ad hoc tribunals, and domestic courts of various States • Refers to a large number of international treaties and reports • Includes chapters on three important parts of International Law-law of peace, law of war, and international institutions • Incorporates the most recent developments in international law such as the Report of the OHCHR Investigation on Sri Lanka (OISL) adopted on 16 September 2015 • Covers different papers of international law prescribed in the curriculum of BA.LLB and LLB
Dr V K Ahuja is Associate Professor in Faculty of Law, University of Delhi having a teaching experience of over 23 years. He holds LL.M. and Ph.D. from University of Delhi and M.Phil. from JNU, New Delhi. He has also completed a certificate course on Law Teaching and Legal Research Skills at Cardiff Law School, Cardiff University, UK in 2004. He has authored three books on I PR, and two volumes of Halsburys Annotated Statutes of India. He was honoured with an award in the Fifth South Asian Teaching Session on International Humanitarian Law and Refugee Law organised jointly by the International Committee of the Red Cross, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and National Law School of India University, Bangalore in 2003.
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