R P Anand

R. P. Anand (1933 to 2011) was one of the pioneers of Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL), and is widely recognized and respected as a spokesman of the Third World views on the subject.  He was Professor Emeritus in the Centre of International Legal Studies (CILS), Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India. Professor Anand retired from the University in 1998 after being there for nearly 33 years as Professor and Head of the Division. During this period generations of scholars at the CILS benefitted not only from his scholarly writings and passionate teaching, but also from his benign parental guidance. 

A wide range of his writings our available for free access on Virtual Centre of International Law. For more writings of Professor Anand, kindly visit Virtual Centre of International Law.

Some of the illustrious writings of Professor Anand are as follows:

  1. Changing Dimensions of International Law: An Asian Perspective (A course of six lectures delivered at the Xiamen Academy of International Law, Xiamen, China,  September, 2006)  (Martinus Nijhoff Publisher)
  2. Development of Modern International Law and India (Published under the auspices of the Max Planck Institute for European History, Frankfurt, Germany) (Frankfurt, 2005; New Delhi 2007)
  3. Studies in International Law and History: An Asian Perspective, (Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, and Lancer’s Books, New Delhi) (2004), pp. 287.
  4. New Law of the Sea: Emergent Norms and Institutions, Lectures delivered at the Institute of International Public Law and International relations, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece 1996;
  5. The United Nations and the Gulf Crisis (Published under the auspices of the International Legal Studies Division of the Jawaharlal Nehru University) (New Delhi, 1994);
  6. South Asia: In Search of a Regional Identity (Banyan Publications, New Delhi, 1991).
  7. Confrontation or Co-operation: International Law the Developing Countries (Banyan Publications, New Delhi; Martinus Nijhoff.  The Hague, 1987), pp. 267.2nd edition New Hope Publication 2011.
  8. Sovereign Equality of States in International Law, Lectures at the Hague Academy of International Law (Extract from Recueil des Cours, vol. 197, 1986-III 9 Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, 1986.
  9. Origin and Development of the Law of the Sea: History of International Law Revisited (Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, 1983), pp. 287.
  10. Legal Regime of the Sea-Bed and the Developing Countries (Thomson Press ,India,  Delhi, 1975), pp. 287
  11. International Courts and Contemporary Conflicts (Published under the auspices of the Indian School of International Studies) (Asia Publishing House, New York, London, Bombay 1974), pp. 479.
  12. New States and International Law, Lectures delivered under the University Grants Commission’s National Lecturership scheme) (Vikas Publications, Delhi, 1972), pp. 119.
  13. Studies in International Adjudication (Vikas Publications, Delhi: Oceana Publications, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. 1969), pp. 298.
  14. Compulsory Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice (Published under the auspices of the Indian School of International Studies) (Asia Publishing House, New York, London, Bombay, 1961) pp. 342.
  15. Salient Documents in International Law (Editor), (New Delhi, 1994).
  16. Recent Developments in Civil Aviation in India (Co-editor) (Lacers Books, New Delhi, 1987).
  17. Law, Science and Environment (Co-editor) (Lancers Books, New Delhi, 1987).
  18. ASEAN; Identity, Development and Change (Co-editor) (Published under the auspices of the University of Philippines Law Center and East-West Center Culture Learning Institute, Honolulu, Hawaii) (Quezon City, 1981), pp. 411.
  19. Cultural factors in International Relations (Editor) (Published under the auspices of the East-West Center Culture Learning Institute, Honolulu, Hawaii) (Abhinav Publications, New Delhi, 1981), pp. 291.
  20. Law of the Sea: Caracas and Beyond (Editor) (Radiant Publishers, New Delhi, 1978), pp. 380.
  21. Asian States and the Development of a Universal International Law (Editor) (Vikas Publications, New Delhi, 1972), pp. 245.
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