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Documents in International Law

General Editor: SAG Talmon, Director at the Institute of Public International Law, University of Bonn, and Supernumerary Fellow of St. Anne's College, Oxford

Today, the perception is that almost everything is available on the internet all the time and that there is no longer any need for printed compilations of documents. Reality, however, is that the internet is a very fast-changing medium. Documents that were available one day have disappeared the next or have been moved to a new location. Bookmarks have to be constantly updated. Documents on a particular issue, crises or international incident can rarely be found all in one place. This new Series presents the key documents necessary for an understanding of an important episode, issue or conflict dealing with questions of international law. Documents is understood widely to include, depending on the topic, United Nations materials, official papers, diplomatic correspondence, laws and regulations, official public statements, and judgments. The documents are carefully selected and accompanied by a general analytical introduction to the topic in question, a chronology of events (if applicable), maps (if applicable), and appropriate indexes.

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