International Law – Notes, Case Laws and Study Material

By | August 13, 2018
International Law

International Law is composed of the rules, principles and laws of general application that deal with the conduct of nation-states and international organizations among themselves as well as the relationships between nation-states and international organizations with persons, whether natural or juridical.

Legal Bites’ study material on international law is divided into three modules consisting of detailed and analytical articles on the basic principles of international law and several case studies. Additionally, a miscellaneous collection of well-researched and informative articles has been provided towards the end of this course. It covers a variety of topics like international maritime laws, citizenship and nationality rules, dispute resolution laws, war treaties, the International Court of Justice, etc.

The completion of this course will make readers well versed in international law and help them prepare for national and international moot court competitions as well as university-level exams.

Important articles and study material on International Law – Click on the links to Read

Module I

  1. International Law: Definition and Types
  2. Sources of International Law
  3. A Study of the Principle of Pacta Sunt Servanda under International Law
  4. Extradition and Asylum: Concept and Important Case Laws

Module II

  1. Important Doctrines related to International Law
  2. Jus in Bello Jus ad Bellum
  3. Principle of Jus Cogens under International Law
  4. Gender Skewed Nature of International Law with special emphasis on Jus Cogens

Module III

  1. Case Study: Asylum Case (Colombia v. Peru), [1950] ICJ 6
  2. Case Study: Republic of Nicaragua v. United States of America (1986)
  3. International Laws on Espionage & the Case of Kulbhushan Jhadav

Other Important Articles

  1. Subjects Of International Law
  2. Recognition of State – Its Implication, Modes and Necessity
  3. Nationality, Citizenship and Statelessness
  4. Aliens – Admission, Expulsion and Rights under International Law
  5. Law of The Sea – History, Evolution and Provisions
  6. Maritime Zones
  7. Territorial Sea – Meaning, Breadth and the Rights of States
  8. Continental Shelf – Meaning, Principle and Case Laws
  9. Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ)
  10. War under International Law
  11. Principle of Non-Refoulement
  12. DISARMAMENT – Meaning, Efforts, Notable Treaties and Position of India
  13. Settlement of Disputes
  14. Means For The Settlement Of International Disputes
  15. International Court of Justice – ICJ
  16. Composition And Jurisdictions Of International Court Of Justice
  17. International Terrorism: Causes And Remedies – by Saumya Tripathi

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