Oxford bibliographies. International law This link opens in a new window
Oxford Bibliographies in International Law is designed to provide authoritative guidance. The field is rife with debate and controversy, as with most anything that deals with such a complex system of rules and principles meant to govern the relations between states and other institutional subjects, such as the United Nations or the European Union. This resource covers areas related to courts and procedure, history of international law, human rights, international criminal law, international economic law, international environmental law, international humanitarian law, specific nations and regions, statehood, territory and sea law, theory of international law, use of force, and sources, foundations, and principles of international law.