Contents: Introduction; Part I Personhood and Personality in International Law: The concept of legal personality, Jan Klabbers; Personality in international law, Hans Aufricht. Part II States, Peoples and Cities: The international legal personality of states: problems and solutions, Oleg I. Tiunov; States, peoples and minorities as subjects of international law, Budislav Vukas; The city and the world, Yishai Blank. Part III Individuals: The subjects of the law of nations, Hersch Lauterpacht; The problem of the international personality of individuals, Marek St Korowicz. Part IV International Organizations: The legal personality of international organizations, Clarence Wilfred Jenks; International legal personality revisited, C.F. Amerasinghe; The souls of international organizations: legal personality and the lighthouse at Cape Spartel, David J. Bederman. Part V Non-Humans and Non-State Actors: Reconceptualising international legal personality of influential non-state actors: towards a rebuttable presumption of normative responsibilities, Karsten Nowrot; Whales: their emerging right to life, Anthony D'Amato and Sudhir K. Chopra. Part VI Possibilities: Is the concept of the person necessary for human rights?, Jens David Ohlin; Paul Ricoeur and international law: beyond 'the end of the subject'. Towards a reconceptualisation of international legal personality, Janne E.Nijman; Name Index.