Problems and Process: International Law and How We Use It

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Problems and Process: International Law and How We Use It

By Rosalyn Higgins
Oxford University Press, 1994
274 pp. $35.00
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This is a learned and serious introduction to international law by a recognized scholar in the field. While it deals with U.N. conflict resolution and human rights, the bulk of the book is a methodical account of the development of inter-national law from its theoretical sources to its application to day-to-day issues like conflicts over natural resources.

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