An encyclopaedia is an excellent starting point to find information on the essential topics in international law. Encyclopaedia entries will often point you towards relevant primary resources including cases and treaties as well as useful bibliographies rich with secondary source content.
This is a comprehensive online resource containing peer-reviewed articles on every aspect of public international law. Written and edited by a team of over 800 scholars and practitioners, published in partnership with the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, and updated throughout the year, this major reference work is essential for anyone researching or teaching international law.
Oxford Bibliographies are exclusive, authoritative research guides, combining features of an annotated bibliography and an encyclopaedia. The International Law guide is a tool that helps to filter through the proliferation of information sources to material that is reliable and relevant.
How can we approach the complex United Nations system, a ‘family’of principal organs, subsidiary organs and specialized agencies? This book provides orientation and information. It includes concise and comprehensive information on the UN system, insight into recent UN developments and reform efforts in the face of global opportunities and challenges.