Law among nations an introduction to public international law 11th edition by gerhard von glahn author james larry taulbee author be the first to review this item. Law among nations an introduction to public international law 9th edition gerhard von glahn university of minnesota duluth james larry taulbee emory university. I have used law among nations for several years in undergraduate law and international relations classes and found that it works well for instructor and students alike the coverage is comprehensive including environmental law and economic law as well as the more traditional topics with clear explanations of complex international law subjects i am looking forward to using the new edition. 223 see eg h thirlway the sources of international law in m d evans ed international law 3rd edition oxford university press 2010 102 the traditional doctrine is that the mere fact of consistent international practice in a particular sense is not enough in itself to create a rule of law in the sense of the practice an additional element is required. Law among nations an introduction to public international law edition 10 offering a more accessible alternative to casebooks and historical commentaries law among nations explains issues of international law by tracing the fields development and stressing key principles and processes
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