Table of contents for The United Nations and international law / edited by Christopher C. Joyner.


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Part I. The UN System as a Source of Law: 1. The UN legal order: an overview Oscar Schachter
2. General law-making processes Paul Szasz
3. Specialized law-making processes Frederic L. Kirgis, Jr
Part II. Substantive Law: 4. Force and arms John F. Murphy
5. Human rights Hurst Hannum
6. Refugees and migration David A. Martin
7. Women Rebecca J. Cook
8. Labor Virginia A. Leary
9. Economic relations and development Stephen Zamora
10. Environment Ved P. Nanda
11. Law of the sea Bernard H. Oxman
12. Outer space Ralph G. Steinhardt
13. International crimes John F. Murphy
Part III. International Law: 14. Law of the international civil service Robert S. Jordan
15. Financial responsibility of members Jose E. Alvarez
16. Conclusion: the United Nations as international law-giver Christopher C. Joyner.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: United Nations, International law