3I617 International Cooperation Law (HAYASHI Mika)


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・2nd semester:3I617-Fri. 3/Syllabus
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Keywords

International law

Learning Objects

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Contents

Textbooks (specific chapters from these books will be indicated as reading assignment every week)

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International law
Vaughan Lowe

Recommendation Comment
A concise introduction to international law for a student to read in the vacation before starting to study the subject, or for an interested lay reader (from the preface of the book).

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International law
【2nd ed】
Antonio Cassese

Recommendation Comment
A text written in a simple language, making the principal ideas of international law accessible to all. The only drawback is that it is slightly old.

Reference books (Further reading options)

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International law
【7th ed】
Malcolm N. Shaw

Recommendation Comment
A very detailed textbook of over 900 pages. It is well-organized, and is frequently used in classes for graduate and undergraduate students in the U.K.

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International law
【2nd ed】
Jan Klabbers

Recommendation Comment
For those who wish to read something thoroughly updated and contemporary. The first edition, 2013, is also available in the library. You need to be familiar with a good number of judicial cases to apprciate this textbook, as it makes a generous use of those cases to illustrate its arguments.

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【In Preparation】International law
Anders Henriksen

Recommendation Comment
A new textbook advertised by its publisher as comprehensive and concise coverage of the central issues in public international law, making this an ideal textbook for students taking short, introductory courses at European law schools.

Key documents in PDF for the first few weeks (more documents will be either indicated or distributed in the class)

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【PDF】
Charter of the United Nations

Recommendation Comment
The text provided by the UN Office of Legal Affairs is in HTML only (as of mid-August 2017), so here is a link to the text provided by another UN agency, preceded by a convenient, brief explanatory note.

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【PDF】
Statute of the International Court of Justice

Recommendation Comment
The link is provided by the UN Office of Legal Affairs.

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【PDF】
Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties

Recommendation Comment
The link is provided by the UN Office of Legal Affairs.

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【PDF】
United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea

Recommendation Comment
This link is provided by the UN Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea.

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【Web】
The Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols

Recommendation Comment
The link is provided by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). Click the tab Detail to fing the treaty texts.

Alternatively, these documents can be found in, e.g.:

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Blackstone’s international law documents
【13th ed】
edited by Malcolm D. Evans

Recommendation Comment
All of the above documents except the last (the Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols) are included in this volume.

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Basic documents in international law
【6th ed】
edited by Ian Brownlie

Recommendation Comment
All of the above documents except the last (the Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols) are included in this volume.

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International law documents
edited by Jan Klabbers

Recommendation Comment
All of the above documents except the last (the Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols) are included in this volume. Long treaties such as the UNCLOS and the ICC Statute are presented in shortened form.

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