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Contents and System of the Bibliography

1. General
2. History of International Law
3. Basic Problems of International Law
4. International Law and National Law
5. Sources of International Law
6. States as Subjects of International Law
7. Subjects of International Law Other Than States, International Organizations and Individuals (Insurgents, De Facto Regime, etc.)
8. Groups of States
9. Territory and Jurisdiction
10. Law of the Sea
11. Air and Space
12. Polar Regions
13. Environmental Protection
14. Human Rights
15. Individuals and Groups
16. State Responsibility and State Liability
17. Diplomatic and Consular Relations, Diplomatic and Consular Immunity
18. Internationational Criminal Law, International Criminal Law Cooperation
19. International Public and Private Law Cooperation
20. World Economic Order and Social Order
21. Finances, Currency, Taxes
22. Transport
23. Telecommunications
24. Culture, Education, Sport
25. Health
26. Law of International Organizations (except UN, EU and Economic Organizations)
27. Regional Organizations (except EU, Economic Organizations and Alliances)
28. United Nations and Specialized Agencies
29. Peaceful Settlement of Disputes
30. Peacekeeping, Collective Security, Prohibition of the Use of Force
31. Alliances, Security
32. War, Armed Conflict, Neutrality
33. European Union, European Communities
 

System of the Bibliography (detailed version / ausführliche Fassung)

1. General
1.1 Comprehensive Studies
1.2 Surveys of State Practice
1.3 Surveys of Judicial Decisions
1.4 Surveys of Literature
1.5 Institutes, Societies
1.6 Biographical Publications
1.7 Other Publications
2. History of International Law
3. Basic Problems of International Law
3.1 Basic Problems
3.2 Concept, Essence, Theory of International Law, Philosophical Issues
3.3 International Law and Politics
3.4 Public and Private International Law
4. International Law and National Law
4.1 General Issues, Monism and Dualism, Transformation
4.2 Conflicts Between International Law and National Law, Hierarchy
4.3 Domestic Implementation of International Norms
4.4 International Law in Federal States
5. Sources of International Law
5.1 General
5.2 Customary Law
5.3 Treaties (see also 32.2 Peace Treaties)
5.4 General Principles of Law
5.5 Resolutions of International Organizations, Soft Law
5.6 Subsidiary Sources
5.7 Codification, ILC
5.8 Other Problems
6. States as Subjects of International Law
6.1 Concept, Origin, Extinction, Recognition, Secession
6.2 Rights and Duties of States (see also 30.4 Humanitarian Intervention)
6.3 State Immunity
6.4 Recognition of Sovereign Acts of Foreign States
6.5 Special Forms of States (Federal States, Personal Unions, Microstates)
6.6 State Succession
6.7 Foreign Relations Power
6.8 Dependencies, Decolonization
6.9 Status of Particular States and Territories
7. Subjects of International Law Other Than States, International Organizations and Individuals (Insurgents, De Facto Regime, etc.)
7.1 De Facto Regime
7.2 Insurgents, Civil War Parties
7.3 National Liberation Movements
7.4 Holy See, Order of Malta, Others (ICRC, see 32.1)
8. Groups of States
8.1 General
8.2 British Commonwealth
8.3 Commonwealth of Independent States
8.4 Non-Aligned Countries
9. Territory and Jurisdiction
9.1 General
9.2 International Commons, Common Heritage of Mankind
9.3 Acquisition and Loss of Territory
9.4 Domestic Jurisdiction
9.5 Extraterritorial Jurisdiction
9.6 Boundaries
9.7 Rivers, Lakes, Canals
9.8 Neighborship, Transboundary Cooperation (see also 13.9 Environmental Protection)
10. Law of the Sea
10.1 General
10.2 Internal Waters, Coastal Waters, Contiguous Zone
10.3 Continental Shelf
10.4 Exclusive Economic Zone
10.5 Straits
10.6 Archipelagoes
10.7 Bays
10.8 Islands, Rocks
10.9 Deep Sea and Seabed
10.10 High Seas
10.11 Land-Locked States
10.12 Fisheries
10.13 Other Problems
11. Air and Space
11.1 Air
11.2 Space
12. Polar Regions
12.1 Arctic
12.2 Antarctica
13. Environmental Protection
13.1 General
13.2 Air Pollution, Climate, Ozone Layer
13.3 Space
13.4 Protection of Plants and Animals, Biodiversity, Rio Declaration
13.5 Waters (except Seas, see 13.6)
13.6 Marine Areas
13.7 Waste
13.8 Nuclear Safety, Hazardous Activities
13.9 Environmental Protection and Neighborship, Transboundary Cooperation
13.10 Responsibility and Liability
14. Human Rights
14.1 General
14.2 Discrimination, General
14.3 Torture (including UN Convention and European Convention)
14.4 Rights of the Child (including UN Convention)
14.5 Human Rights Protection within the Scope of the United Nations
14.6 Human Rights Protection in Europe
14.7 Human Rights Protection in the Americas
14.8 Human Rights Protection in Africa
14.9 Other Regional Developments
14.10 Other Problems
15. Individuals and Groups
15.1 General
15.2 Nationality, Statelessness
15.3 Entry and Departure, Aliens
15.4 Refugees and Asylum
15.5 Ethnic Groups and Minorities
15.6 Self-Determination of Peoples
15.7 Diplomatic Protection
16. State Responsibility and State Liability
16.1 General Issues, Prerequisites
16.2 Consequences of Liability, Restitution
17. Diplomatic and Consular Relations, Diplomatic and Consular Immunity
17.1 Diplomatic Relations
17.2 Consular Relations
18. Internationational Criminal Law, International Criminal Law Cooperation
18.1 General Issues, Responsibility of Individuals
18.2 War Crimes, Crimes Against Peace, Crimes Against Humanity, Genocide
18.3 International Criminal Courts (Yugoslavia Court, International Criminal Court, etc.)
18.4 Criminal Law Cooperation, Mutual Legal Assistance
18.5 Extradition
18.6 Terrorism
18.7 Other Problems, Other Offenses
19. International Public and Private Law Cooperation
19.1 Private Law Cooperation
19.2 Public Law Cooperation
19.3 International Banking Law, Securities Law, Cartel Law and Bankruptcy Law
20. World Economic Order and Social Order
20.1 General
20.2 World Trade System: GATT/WTO (Institutional Issues)
20.3 Movement of Goods, Services, Freedom of Establishment
20.4 Most-Favored-Nation Treatment, Nondiscrimination
20.5 Customs, Non-Tariff Trade Barriers
20.6 Dumping, Subsidies
20.7 Individual Economic Sectors (Raw Materials, Energy, Agriculture, etc.)
20.8 Property, Expropriation, Investment
20.9 Protection of Intellectual Property (Copyright, Legal Protection of Industrial Property)
20.10 Multinational Enterprises
20.11 Labor Matters, Social Standards
20.12 Technology Transfer
20.13 Economic Cooperation, Development Policy
20.14 Regional Forms of Economic Integration (see also 33. EU, 33.7 EEA)
21. Finances, Currency, Taxes
21.1 General
21.2 Institutions (World Bank, IMF, etc.)
21.3 Currency
21.4 Loans, Debt
21.5 Taxes
22. Transport
22.1 General
22.2 Air Transport
22.3 Rail Transport, Road Transport
22.4 Shipping
23. Telecommunications
23.1 General Issues, Postal Matters
23.2 Radio, Television (ITU, INTELSAT, etc.)
23.3 Other Forms of Data Transfer
24. Culture, Education, Sport
24.1 Protection of Cultural Property
24.2 Cultural Cooperation
24.3 Education
24.4 Sport
25. Health
26. Law of International Organizations (except UN, EU and Economic Organizations)
26.1 General
26.2 Legal Status, Membership
26.3 Internal Law (Personnel, Administrative Tribunals, Budget)
26.4 External Relations
26.5 Non-Governmental Organizations
27. Regional Organizations (except EU, Economic Organizations and Alliances)
27.1 General
27.2 European Organizations
27.3 American Organizations
27.4 African Organizations
27.5 Asian and Pacific Organizations
27.6 Arab and Islamic Organizations
27.7 Other Regional Organizations
28. United Nations and Specialized Agencies
28.1 General, Origin, History
28.2 Legal Status, Membership
28.3 UN Charter (Interpretation, Revision)
28.4 Main Organs (except ICJ, see 29.3)
28.5 Internal Law (Personnel, Administrative Tribunal, Budget )
28.6 External Relations
28.7 Individual Specialized Agencies
29. Peaceful Settlement of Disputes
29.1 General
29.2 Non-Judicial Settlement (Negotiation, Fact-Finding, Good Offices, Mediation, Conciliation)
29.3 ICJ and PCIJ
29.4 Specialized Procedures (GATT Panels, OSCE, etc.)
29.5 International Commercial Arbitration (including ICSID and Similar Proceedings)
30. Peacekeeping, Collective Security, Prohibition of the Use of Force
30.1 General
30.2 Prohibition of the Use of Force, Self-Defense
30.3 Collective Security, Peacekeeping
30.4 Humanitarian Intervention
30.5 Unilateral Measures/Countermeasures (Sanctions, Reprisals, Boycotts, Embargoes)
30.6 Armaments, Arms Trade
31. Alliances, Security
31.1 General
31.2 Individual Alliances
32. War, Armed Conflict, Neutrality
32.1 General Issues, Individual Conflicts
32.2 Commencement of War, Legal Consequences of a State of War, Termination of War, Peace Treaties
32.3 Use of Particular Types of Weapons
32.4 Specific Issues of Land Warfare, Air Warfare, Naval Warfare
32.5 Treatment of Particular Groups of Persons (Combatants, Civilians, Prisoners of War, Mercenaries, etc.)
32.6 Protection of Particular Legal Interests
32.7 Occupation
32.8 Non-International Armed Conflict
32.9 Neutrality
33. European Union, European Communities
33.1 General Issues, Origin, History
33.2 Constitution
33.3 Organs and Institutions
33.4 Community Law and National Law (Priority and Direct Application)
33.5 Implementation of Community Law
33.6 Harmonization of Laws
33.7 External Relations, Association, Accession, Common Commercial Policy
33.8 Finances, Currency
33.9 Free Movement of Goods
33.10 Free Movement of Persons, Freedom of Establishment, Freedom of Services
33.11 Competition, State Aids
33.12 Common Agricultural and Fisheries Policy
33.13 Transport Policy
33.14 Labor Law, Social Policy
33.15 Environmental Protection, Consumer Protection, Health
33.16 Research, Technology, Industry
33.17 Culture, Media, Education, Sport
33.18 Cooperation in the Areas of Justice and Home Affairs
33.19 Other Policies and Problems