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im new to intl law..kindly let me know which one is the best book for prep ??
Iv purchasd book by agarwaal..Is this book sufficient ??
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I am preparing from Starke's International Law and it is a nice book
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Salam !
im new to intl law..kindly let me know which one is the best book for prep ??
Iv purchasd book by agarwaal..Is this book sufficient ??
which topics should i cover from this book ??

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Agrwal book is a good one, do read a simple book International Law by the jurist along with this, hopefully it will cover your course.
Important topics are:
What is Int law? Is it a law or not?
Assylem
Extradition
Treaties
Diplomatic immunities
Sea laws
UNO
Int court of Justice
Arbitration
Imp cases of int law
Thats what I remember now.
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im new to intl law..kindly let me know which one is the best book for prep ??
Iv purchasd book by agarwaal..Is this book sufficient ??
which topics should i cover from this book ??

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For International Law, you will find many good books. The most commonly available quality book is of J.G.Starke with the title 'Introduction to International Law'.

The conceptual side of the book is good, but I am afraid it is not updated or atleast its updated version is not available in Pakistan.

Nevertheless, its a good book and can be used as a starting point. Besides the books by Brownlie, who is a professor of International Law at Oxford and by one Tandon, who is an Indian author are also readily available and serve the purpose.
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