Supplemental Readings




The Application of General Principles of Law Common to All Nations and the Use of Subsidiary Sources By International Tribunals
  1. 1 H. Lauterpacht, International Law: Collected Papers 68-77 (E. Lauterpacht, ed. 1970).
  2. I. Brownlie, Principles of International Law 15-20 (3d ed. 1979).
  3. Restatement (Third) of the Foreign Relations Law of the U.S., 102, Comment l & Reporters' Note 7 (1986).
  4. Tunkin, International Law in the International System, 147 Recueil des Cours 98-106 (1975).
  5. Virally, Sources of International Law, in Manual of Public International Law 116, 143-48 (M. Sørensen ed. 1968).
  6. Akehurst, The Application of General Principles of Law by The Court of Justice of the European Communities 52 Brit. Y.B. of Int'l L. 29-51 (1981).
  7. Cheng, General Principles of Law as Applied by International Courts and Tribunals 1-26 (1953).
  8. Summary of the South West Africa Cases from the I.C.J. Yearbook.
  9. South West Africa Cases (Ethiopia v. S. Africa; Liberia v. S. Africa), 1966 I.C.J. 6, 294-301.