Databases \ Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law

Content

Comprehensive collection of articles on public international law written by experts in international law, and published by Oxford University Press.

Included are overview articles which provide a good starting point for research, as well as specific articles based on geographic issues and armed conflicts, specific cases and decisions, and specific treaties. Topics include: human rights, international courts and tribunals, international criminal law, international economic law and relations, international environmental law, law of the sea, law of armed conflict, and settlement of disputes.

Each article is evaluated by the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law Advisory Board. Articles are revised and new topics are included to capture the latest developments in international law.

This database is part of the Oxford Public International Law package and includes the Oxford Law Citator feature which provides expert suggestions to related case law, treaties and other primary and secondary sources.

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International law