International Law - A South African Perspective 4 Ed.
With a unique focus on the South African experience, this is a comprehensive work on the rules and principles of international law and examines the ways in which they are applied within South Africa. This fourth edition considers both international and South African sources and provides an expanded focus on an array of topics, including secession, immunities of senior officials for international crimes, diplomatic protection, universal jurisdiction, the responsibility of international organizations, reservations to treaties, the Human Rights Council, the SADC Tribunal, the responsibility to protect, a review of Security Council action, self-defense against terrorism, the definition of aggression in the Statute of the International Criminal Court, the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Court, the African Court of Human Rights, and the protection of civilians in armed conflict.
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