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The Humanitarian Face of the International Court of Justice: Its Contribution to Interpreting and Developing International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Rules and Principles [Book Review]

Australian International Law Journal
Volume 17 (2010)

Cernic, Jernej Letnar (Reviewed by)1

Abstract: The Humanitarian Face of the International Court of Justice is a famous book written by Gentian Zabri, which is shown to be extremely beneficial in the interpretation of the international human rights and humanitarian laws and principles. The article presents a complete review of the book. Review(s) of: The Humanitarian Face of the International Court of Justice: Its Contribution to Interpreting and Developing International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Rules and Principles, by Gentian Zyberi, (Utrecht School of Human Rights Research Series, Volume 26, 2008) ISBN 9789050957922, 523 pages. Includes footnotes.

To cite this article: Cernic, Jernej Letnar. The Humanitarian Face of the International Court of Justice: Its Contribution to Interpreting and Developing International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Rules and Principles [Book Review] [online]. Australian International Law Journal, Vol. 17, 2010: 283-285. Availability: <http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=958164262158778;res=IELHSS> ISSN: 1325-5029. [cited 04 May 16].

Personal Author: Cernic, Jernej Letnar; Source: Australian International Law Journal, Vol. 17, 2010: 283-285 Document Type: Journal Article, Book Review ISSN: 1325-5029 Subject: Human rights; International Court of Justice; Humanitarian law; International courts; Affiliation: (1) Assistant Professor of Human Rights Law, European Faculty of Law and Faculty of State and European Studies, Slovenia

Database: Humanities & Social Sciences Collection