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Select Proceedings of the European Society of International Law, Volume 2, 2008

Editor(s): Hélène Ruiz Fabri, Ruediger Wolfrum, Jana Gogolin
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Published: 30-06-2010
Format: Paperback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 766
ISBN: 9781849460644
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Select Proceedings of the European Society of International Law
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP: £80.00
 

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About Select Proceedings of the European Society of International Law, Volume 2, 2008

This book continues the series Select Proceedings of the European Society of International Law, containing the proceedings of the Third Biennial Conference organised by ESIL and the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in 2008. The conference was entitled 'International Law in a Heterogeneous World', reflecting an idea which is central to the ESIL philosophy. Heterogeneity is considered one of the pillars upon which Europe's contribution to international law is built and the subject was considered in a number of panels, including such diverse topics as migration, the history of international law, the rules on warfare and international environmental law.

Table Of Contents

Preface v
Avant-propos
Universality of International Law from the Perspective of a Practitioner
Bruno Simma
Democracy after the Fall of the Berlin Wall: It has Come-It is Coming- Will it Come?
Rein Müllerson
PART 1 INTERNATIONAL LAW AND RELIGIONS: HOW STATES COPE WITH INCREASING PLURALISM WITHIN THEIR SOCIETIES
Jurisdictional Colonisation in the Spanish and British Empires: Some Reflections on a Global Public Order and the Sacred
Mónica García-Salmones and Luis Eslava
Of Headscarves, Mosques and Occidental Values: Does International Law Require a Culturally Neutral State?
Nicola Wenzel
Coping with Multiculturalism through Cosmopolitan Law
Jessica Almqvist
Le Rôle du Droit International Privé Face au 'Nouveau' Modèle de Migration 'Temporaire ou Circulaire': La Technique de Coopération des Autorités et Quelques Questions Relatives au Statut Personnel des
Étrangers Face au Pluralisme
Marina Vargas Gómez-Urrutia
International Law and the Right to Have Rights
Alison Kesby
PART 2 HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
La Théorie Politique de l'État en Droit International: Considérations Historiques à Partir de l'Étude de Grotius
Rémi Bachand
Réception et Application du Droit International Moderne par le Japon: Son Attitude Évolutive de 1858 à 1945
Nishiumi Maki
PART 3 INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS, INSTITUTIONS AND ADMINISTRATION
Legal Problems Arising from the Dissolution of International Organisations: The Case of the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization (KEDO): Dissolution de facto or Hibernation?
Ki Gab Park
Countermeasures by International Organisations: The Decentralised Society in the Heart of the Institutionalised Society
Frédéric Dopagne
Meeting the Challenges of Global Governance: Administrative and Constitutional Approaches
Euan MacDonald and Eran Shamir-Borer
PART 4 LEGITIMACY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
The Rapprochement between the Supremacy of International Law at International and National Levels
André Nollkaemper
Natural Law and the Possibility of Universal Normative Foundations
Bebhinn Donnelly-Lazarov
Legitimacy, Blind Spots and Paradoxes of Personality
Russell A Miller
PART 5 THE MULTIPLICITY OF LAW-MAKING PROCESSES
The Doctrinal Illusion of the Heterogeneity of International Law-Making Processes
Jean D'Aspremont
Gap-Filling as Law-Making: The Examples of the Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals
Mia Swart
Norm Conflict in International Law:Whither Human Rights?
Marko Milanovic
Strategic Use of Litigation to Influence Negotiations: The WTO, the EU and the UN: Use of Litigation to Influence Negotiations
Markus W Gehring
PART 6 HETEROGENEITY REFLECTED IN INTERNATIONAL LEGAL TRADITIONS
Le Droit International Post-Sovietique en Quête de son Identité dans un Monde Hétérogène
Rima Tkatova
L'hétérogénéité dans la Justice Internationale: Le Cas de la Cour Internationale de Justice
Sana Ouechtati
On Multilingualism and the International Legal Process
Gleider I Hernández
PART 7 INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Governing by Measuring:The Millennium Development Goals in Global Governance
Kerry Rittich
The MDGs, Archeology, Institutional Fragmention and International Law: Human Rights, International Enviromental and Sustainable (Development) Law
Ellen Hey
Untying Aid and Achieving the Millennium Development Goals: Enhancing Aid Effectiveness through the Legal Framework for International Trade
Annamaria La Chimia
PART 8 REFOCUSING THE RULES ON WARFARE
Application of International Humanitarian Law to Contemporary Peace Operations: Mapping the 'Grey Areas'
Dominika Švarc
Military Necessity: A Fundamental 'Principle' Fallen Into Oblivion
Robin Geiß
The 'Civilianisation' of Contemporary Armed Conflicts
Giulio Bartolini
L'attribution aux États des Actes des Sociétés Militaires Privées et de leurs Employés à la Lumière de l'article 4 du Projet d'articles sur la Responsabilité Internationale des États de 2001
Hébié Mamadou
PART 9 INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
Law and Policy Issues of Unilateral Geoengineering: Moving to a Managed World
Gareth Davies
Sustainable Development as a Legal Principle: A Rhetorical Analysis
Jaye Ellis
The Standards of Compensation for Foreign Investment Expropriations in International Law: Internalising Environmental Costs?
Saverio Di Benedetto
PART 10 OTHERS: THE MEDIA, SOCIAL JUSTICE AND INTERNATIONAL CRIME
International Law and the Media: Envisioning the Media
Daniel Joyce
From Social Justice to Decent Work: Is the Shift in the ILO Significant For International Law?
Anne Trebilcock
Victim Participation in Proceedings before the International Criminal Court
Gauthier De Beco
PART 11 FINAL ROUND TABLE

Reviews

“Ce riche ouvrage offer ainsi une lecture trés stimulante, dans la mesure où il suscite des questions tant sur les themes traits que sur la façon de les aborder, et donc sur la doctrine internationaliste européenne elle-même.” –  Annuaire Français de Droit International, Volume 56, 2010,

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