The Indian Constitution and International Law
This book explains with great thoroughness the basic concepts of international law and examines their relevance to the numerous provisions of the constitution of India which have a bearing on issues of public international law. It offers impressive evidence of the increasing body of municipal law with which the student of international law is concerned. The book draws heavily on the author's wide practical experience in the fields of international law as well as constitutional law. It is an invaluable work of reference to both constitutional and international lawyers.