Written for students working in a range of disciplines, this textbook provides an accessible, balanced, and nuanced introduction to the field of public international law.
This research collection provides a comprehensive spectrum of articles published in the last seven decades in the field of customary international law.
Through this programme, the Academy aims to make an additional contribution to the study of international law.
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Public International Law refers to the body of legal rules and principles which determine the international rights and obligations of nation-states and regulate the operations of international organizations.
According to Article 38 of its Statute, the International Court of Justice 'whose function is to decide in accordance with international law such disputes as are submitted to it,' has to apply, inter alia, 'international custom.' This source of public international law is described, in t
While the origins of the modern system of international law can be traced back 400 years, the development of the concepts and practises that would underpin that system can be traced back to ancient historical politics and relationships thousands of years old.
Treaties play a fundamental role in international relations. They are recognized as a source of international law in Article 38 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice. Therefore, the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties was adopted in 1969.
The Summer Courses constitute the Academy’s primary activity. The Summer Courses are organized in two sessions of three weeks each, one focusing on Public International Law and one on Private International Law.
Welcome to all students of The Hague Academy of International Law summer courses 2022!