"Contains sections on civil and political rights; legal rights; economic, social, and cultural rights; collective rights; and declaratory rights. After a detailed overview of the issues and contexts of the field, entries contain treaty definitions, other sources and treaties, expanded definitions, historical landmarks in development of the right, and cross references."
"Basic Documents on International Law offers an authoritative and wide-ranging selection of key documents in this important and increasingly popular area of law. The editors have compiled a collection which includes all the major treaties and other legal instruments relevant to the protection of the environment in international law."
"Foreign relations law refers to the rules, principles, practices and procedures which structure the formation and execution of U.S. foreign policy, including it's participation in international law and institutions."
"A collection of UN documents, organized chronologically in sections on disarmament and security, human rights, economic and development issues, social issues, space, information, mercenaries, environment, and international law. Also includes the UN Charter, and Statute of the International Court of Justice."
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