The 2nd edition of "Exercises in The Law of Nations" also seeks to impart case processing skills to students, in addition to the repetition and consolidation of substantive knowledge, because only substantive knowledge AND the ability to correctly use it in case resolution lead to written examination success. The book preliminarily presents the test that is commonly expected in written examinations for responsibility based on the law of nations, and largely follows the structures of the ILC Draft Articles on State Responsibility of 2001 in doing so. The theory thus communicated should be translated in practice by the readers into the subsequent (from now on) 21 exercise tasks of varying degree of difficulty. Written solutions are conducive to self-control. Written literature references, in particular to current developments, simplify the consolidation. An index of important international judicature rounds out the volume.Kunig, Philip is the author of 'Ubungen Im Volkerrecht', published 2006 under ISBN 9783899492132 and ISBN 3899492137.