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International courts and tribunals, edited by William A. Schabas

Summary
Beginning about a century ago, but with a dramatic acceleration of the process in the final decades of the 1900s, international courts and tribunals have taken a prominent place in the enforcement of international law, the maintenance of international peace and security and the protection and promotion of human rights. This book addresses the great diversity of these institutions, their structures and legal frameworks and their contribution to the international rule of law. With an original introduction by Professor Schabas, this important volume will be of interest to students, academics and professionals with an interest in international courts and tribunals
Table Of Contents
Recommended readings (Machine generated): Åke Hammarskjöld (1935), 'The Permanent Court of International Justice and the Development of International Law', International Affairs, 14 (6), November-December, 797-817 -- Georg Schwarzenberger (1947), 'The Judgment of Nuremberg', Tulane Law Review, XXI (3), March, 329-61 -- Manfred Lachs (1983), 'Some Reflections on the Contribution of the International Court of Justice to the Development of International Law', Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, 10, 239-78 -- Tjaco T. Van Den Hout (2008), 'Resolution of International Disputes: The Role of the Permanent Court of Arbitration -- Reflections on the Centenary of the 1907 Convention for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes', Leiden Journal of International Law, 21 (3), September, 643-61 -- Laurence R. Helfer and Anne-Marie Slaughter (2005), 'Why States Create International Tribunals: A Response to Professors Posner and Yoo', California Law Review, 93 (3), May, 899-956 -- Gilbert Guillaume (1995), 'The Future of International Judicial Institutions', International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 44 (4), October, 848-62 -- Yuval Shany (2009), 'No Longer a Weak Department of Power? Reflections on the Emergence of a New International Judiciary', European Journal of International Law, 20 (1), February, 73-91 -- Cesare P.R. Romano (2007), 'The Shift from the Consensual to the Compulsory Paradigm in International Adjudication: Elements for a Theory of Consent', New York University Journal of International Law and Politics, 39, 791-872 -- Gerhard Hafner (2004), 'Pros and Cons Ensuing from Fragmentation of International Law', Michigan Journal of International Law, 25, Summer, 849-63 -- Pierre-Marie Dupuy (1999), 'The Danger of Fragmentation or Unification of the International Legal System and the International Court of Justice', New York University Journal of International Law and Politics, 31, 791-807 -- Ruti Teitel and Robert Howse (2009), 'Cross-Judging: Tribunalization in a Fragmented but Interconnected Global Order', New York University Journal of International Law and Politics, 41, 959-90 -- Emmanuel Decaux (2011), 'The Place of Human Rights Courts and International Criminal Courts in the International System', Journal of International Criminal Justice, 9 (3), July, 597-608 -- Chester Brown (2002), 'The Proliferation of International Courts and Tribunals: Finding Your Way through the Maze' [review essay], Melbourne Journal of International Law, 3 (2), October, 453-75 -- Sonia Morano-Foadi and Stelios Andreadakis (2011), 'The Convergence of the European Legal System in the Treatment of Third Country Nationals in Europe: The ECJ and ECtHR Jurisprudence', European Journal of International Law, 22 (4), November, 1071-88 -- Dinah Shelton (2009), 'Form, Function, and the Powers of International Courts', Chicago Journal of International Law, 9 (2), Winter, 537-71 -- Antonio Cassese (2007), 'The Nicaragua and Tadić Tests Revisited in Light of the ICJ Judgment on Genocide in Bosnia', European Journal of International Law, 18 (4), September, 649-68 -- J.G. Merrills (2007), 'The Mosaic of International Dispute Settlement Procedures: Complementary or Contradictory?', Netherlands International Law Review, LIV (2), August, 361-93 -- Rosalyn Higgins (2003), 'The ICJ, the ECJ, and the Integrity of International Law', International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 52 (1), January, 1-20 -- David D. Caron (1990), 'The Nature of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal and the Evolving Structure of International Dispute Resolution', American Journal of International Law, 84 (1), January, 104-56 -- Nadia Bernaz (2012), 'Delivering Justice in the Caribbean: A Human Rights Assessment of the Caribbean Court of Justice', Public Law, (4), October, 703-23 -- Natalie Klein (2004), 'State Responsibility for International Humanitarian Law Violations and the Work of the Eritrea Ethiopia Claims Commission So Far', German Yearbook of International Law, 47, 214-66 -- Robin C.A. White and Iris Boussiakou (2009), 'Voices from the European Court of Human Rights', Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, 27 (2), 167-89 -- Rüdiger Wolfrum (2008), 'The Settlement of Disputes before the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: A Progressive Development of International Law or Relying on Traditional Mechanisms?', Japanese Yearbook of International Law, 51, 140-63 -- William J. Davey (2005), 'The WTO Dispute Settlement System: The First Ten Years', Journal of International Economic Law, 8 (1), March, 17-50 -- Thomas E. Carbonneau (2004), 'Arbitral Law-Making', Michigan Journal of International Law, 25, Summer, 1183-208 -- Laurence Boisson de Chazournes and Edouard Fromageau (2012), 'Balancing the Scales: The World Bank Sanctions Process and Access to Remedies', European Journal of International Law, 23 (4), November, 963-89 -- William A. Schabas (2011), 'The International Criminal Court at Ten', Criminal Law Forum, 22 (4), December, 493-509 -- Frans Viljoen (2004), 'A Human Rights Court for Africa, and Africans', Brooklyn Journal of International Law, 30, 1-66 -- Gina Bekker (2007), 'The African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights: Safeguarding the Interests of African States', Journal of African Law, 51 (1), April, 151-72 -- Manfred Nowak (2007), 'The Need for a World Court of Human Rights', Human Rights Law Review, 7 (1), 251-59 -- Antonio Cassese (2012), 'The International Court of Justice: It is High Time to Restyle the Respected Old Lady', in Realizing Utopia: The Future of International Law, Chapter 19, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 239-49
Language
eng
Physical Description
xviii, 912 p. :, ill. ;, 25 cm
Isbn
9781782547778

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