Review of the volume „Elemente de drept internațional public” [Elements of Public International Law], Author – Denisa Barbu, Lumen Publishing, 2022
Keywords:public international law, university course, Denisa Barbu
This is a review of the book „Elemente de drept internațional public” [Elements of public international law], author – Denisa Barbu, Published by Lumen Publishing, from Iași, Romania, in 2022. The book is a university course, both theoretical and practical, written by an experienced researcher and law scholar, which can be a valuable tool not only for students, even if it is particularly addressed to them, but also to law practitioners.
Barbu, D. (2022). Elemente de drept internaţional public [Elements of public international law]. Lumen.
Barbu, D. (2015a). Genocidul, infractiunile contra umanitatii si cele de razboi. Repere in codul penal roman in raport cu Statutul de la Roma [Genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Landmarks in the Romanian criminal code in relation to the Rome Statute]. Lumen.
Barbu, D. (2015b). Răspunderea persoanei fizice în dreptul internaţional penal [Liability of the natural person in international criminal law]. Lumen.
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