The third edition of International Criminal Law expounds the general principles governing international crimes as well as the fundamentals of both substantive and procedural international criminal law, bringing the political and human contexts to the fore.
The book presents the key elements of rational emotive behaviour therapy (REBT), both theory and practice, accessibly and in as few words as possible - it is a primer on REBT for beginning counsellors or those who want a straightforward overview.
From the surreal pleasuredome of Minehead Butlins to a smoke-filled roundhouse on the Penwith Peninsula then out to the Isles of Scilly and beyond, the author tackles this personal Odyssey with all the poetic reflection and personal wit we've come to expect of one of Britain's best loved and most popular writers.
Professor Bryan Sykes provides a first-hand account of his research into a gene which passes undiluted from generation to generation through the maternal line and shows how it is being used to track our genetic ancestors.
The new updated and fully revised edition of this bestselling title. Poor self-esteem can sabotage relationships and careers, cause self-destructive behaviour and can hold us back from achieving our full potential.
British Political History 1867-2001 is a comprehensive summary of the major political developments of British history over the last 140 years. This 3rd edition brings the picture up to date with coverage of the 2001 general election.