Part I: Preliminary Topics
2:The sources of international law
3:The relations of international and national law
Part II: Personality and Recognition
4:Subjects of international law
5:Creation and incidence of statehood
6:Recognition of states and governments
7:International organizations
Part III: Territorial Sovereignty
8:Forms of governmental authority over territory
9:Acquisition and transfer of territorial sovereignty
10:Status of territory: further problems
Part IV: Law of the Sea
11:The territorial sea and other maritime zones
12:Maritime delimitation and associated questions
13:Maritime transit and the regime of the high seas
Part V: The Environment and Natural Resources
14:Common spaces and co-operation in the use of natural resources
15:Legal aspects of the protection of the environment
Part VI: International Transactions
16:The law of treaties
17:Diplomatic and consular relations


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