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Date Added: 2017-09-12
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B.S. Murthy’s International Relations and Organisation is essentially aimed at providing the fundamental learning to the students of five-year integrated courses of law. Prof. B.S. Murthy, the doyen of International Law teachers in India, was associated with the framing of the five-year law curriculum. This classic work of Prof. Murthy has been revised and updated by Dr V. Rajyalakshmi.
The book deals with the fundamentals of International Relations and Organisation in a simple language and descriptive style. The book starts with an introduction by Prof. N.R. Madhava Menon. The book examines topics such as-the history of the evolution of world community, methods employed to study international relations in the past, participants involved in international decision-making, the settlement of disputes through different methods, etc. Further, the book includes a select bibliography along with a list of books suggested for reading and reference.
Multiple fields of international interaction with multilateral effects is the typical profile of the contemporary world. The traditional international system, typically composed of sovereign States as its primary actors of international relationship, has now given way to the present modern international system in which even the non-State actors have begun to engage in international relationships.
Many technological interventions are influencing the modern international relationships as never before. This issue is given special attention in this revised edition to let the learners develop a basic comprehension of the modern impact of technology on international relationships.
This book is indispensable for students of five-year law courses and for anyone interested in reading about International Relations and Organisation.
Law Books in Review, U.S.A.: At the conclusion of each chapter, books have been suggested for reading and reference. A selected bibliography and subject-index have been given at the end of the book. Professor B.S. Murthy, the author of the book, is to be complimented for producing a highly readable and lucid work of immense utility. There is no doubt, that the book would imminently serve the purpose for which it has been written.
Central India Law Quarterly: The manner in which the subject has been dealt with is sure to make the book useful not only to students for whom it is mainly written but also to general readers. It reflects not only the author's understanding of the subject but his ability and capacity to state the same in very concise and precise form and lucid and easy to understand language. The author certainly deserves our appreciation for his efforts.
Academy Law Review: The book has twenty chapters and Prof. Murthy discusses the subject matter in a thorough manner and lucid style. The author has given materials for further reading at the close of each chapter. In short, it is a well written text book.
Cochin University Law Review : The scheme of the book is excellent, and its style transparent. The remarkable quality of the work is that is generates in the mind of the reader, necessary knowledge in the international sphere, besides helping him to form a balanced view of things.