Table of contents for International law and international relations / J. Craig Barker.


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    Preface
    Glossary

1   The Development and Nature of International Law
     Introduction
     The Historical Development of International Law
     The Binding Nature of International Law
     The Enforcement of International Law
       Centralized enforcement machinery
       Extra-legal considerations
       The enforcement of international law by individual states
2    The General Principles of International Law
     States as Sovereign Entities
       What is a state?
       State sovereignty and international law
     States as the Primary Subjects of International Law
       International organizations
       Individuals
     The Sources of International Law
        Customary international law
        Treaties as sources of international law
        Other sources of international law
3    International Relations Perspectives on International Law
     The Approach of International Relations Theories to
     International Law
        Realism
        Institutionalism
        Liberalism
        Constructivism
     Recent Interdisciplinary Work on the Role of
     International Law




       Byers: custom, power and the power of rules
       Koh: why nations obey
       Arend: do international rules matter?
     Conclusions
4   Preventing the Use of Force by States: Korea, the Gulf
     Conflict and Beyond
     Introduction Korea (1950)
     The Gulf Conflict (1990-1)
     The Legality of Subsequent 'Enforcement' Actions
       Iraq (1998)
       Kosovo (1999)
     Conclusions
5   Diplomacy and the Threat of Force
     Introduction
     The Threat of Force as a Tool of International Diplomacy
     The Legality of the Threat of Force
     Permissible Threats of Force
     The Legality of the Threat of Force in the Gulf Conflict
     Conclusions
6   Extraditing Pinochet
     Introduction
     The Issues
     The Decision in Ex parte Pinochet
       Extraditable crimes
       Head of State immunity
     Conclusions
7   The Abuse of Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities:
     A Necessary Evil?
     The Fletcher Incident
     The Development and Rationale of Diplomatic Privileges and
     Immunities
     The Substantive Law of Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities
     Dealing with Abuse
     A Necessary Evil?
8   Conclusions

     Bibliography
     Index





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: International relations, International law