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The British Yearbook of International Law is the most distinguished yearbook on international law currently published. In addition to articles, this volume contains an extensive reviews section and the annual surveys of British court decisions involving international law during 1985, decisions on the European Convention on Human Rights during 1985, and United Kingdom materials on international law.
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Ian Brownlie is Chichele Professor of International Law, University of Oxford and Fellow of All Souls College. D.W. Bowett is sometime Whewell Professor of International Law, University of Cambridge, and Fellow of Queen's College.Review:
"As usual, this volume of the British Year Book contains a series of essays exploring in depth new areas of international law, hitherto sidestepped by other authors. It constitutes a valuable addition to an international lawyer's library. Whether these lawyers are professors, government officials, or private practitioners, they are likely to discover in this volume some items of importance for their practice or teaching."--The International Lawyer
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