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Title International law between universalism and fragmentation : festschrift in honour of Gerhard Hafner / edited by Isabelle Buffard [and others].
Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2008.

Subject International law.
Alt Name Hafner, Gerhard.
Buffard, Isabelle.
Description 1 online resource (xlvi, 1083 pages)
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages xix-xxxi).
Contents Introduction. 1. Einige persönliche Bemerkungen zu Gerhard Hafner / Hans Winkler -- 2. Gerhard Hafner: Porträt eines österreichischen Völkerrechtlers / Franz Cede -- Fragmentation and theory of international law. 3. Une relecture de la théorie des sous-systèmes en droit international / Isabelle Buffard -- 4. Hierarchy in international law within the context of its fragmentation / Zdzislaw Galicki -- 5. Hard law strikes back: how the recent focus on the rule of law promotes compliance with norms in international relations / Axel Marschik -- 6. The concept of international community in international law: theory and reality / Pemmaraju Sreenivasa Rao -- 7. The proliferation of international dispute settlement mechanisms : the threat of fragmentation vs. the promise of a more effective system? Some reflections from the perspective of investment arbitration / August Reinisch -- .8. Boundaries of justice?: an international law approach / Daniel Thürer -- Basic principles of international law. 9. Rechtliche Hegung von Gewalt zwischen Theorie und Praxis / Michael Bothe -- 10. The three cores of aggression / Antonio Remiro Brotóns -- 11. Intergenerational equity revisited / Malgosia Fitzmaurice -- 12. Democratization: supply-stimulated or demand-induced? / Rein Müllerson -- 13. The principle of non-discrimination in international economic law: a conceptual and historical sketch / Friedl Weiss -- 14. The prohibition to use force after sixty years of abuse / Karl Zemanek -- Sources including codification of international law. 15. The pacta sunt servanda rule in the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties: a pillar and its safeguards / Christina Binder -- 16. Variations on the theme of "soft international law" / Hanspeter Neuhold -- g17. The rule of law, codification and the role of Gerhard Hafner / Ferdinand Trauttmansdorff -- 18. The General Assembly and the International Law Commission: what happens to the Commission's work and why? / Michael Wood -- Subjects of international law and immunities. 19. Implications of the independence of Kosovo for international law / Wolfgang Benedek -- 20. The merits and defects of the 2004 UN Convention on State Immunity: Gerhard Haffner's contribution to its adoption by the United Nations / Hazel Fox -- 21. The international customary law nature of immunity from measures of constraint for state cultural property on loan / Andrea Garrini -- 22. La création de L'Etat d'Israël à la lumière du droit international / Marcelo G. Kohen -- 23. Legal personality or not: the recent attempts to improve the status of the OSCE / Helmut Tichy, Ulrike Köhler -- 24. In the twilight zones of the state / Christian Tomuschat -- 25. Some peculiarities of the UN Convention on Jurisdictional Immunities of States and Their Property: a footnote on the codification technique / Tullio Treves -- International criminal law. 26. Responsibility of states and individuals for genocide and other international crimes / Vladimir-Djuro Degan -- 27. Individuelle versus Staatenverantworlichkeit im Zusammenhang mit Völkermord / Frank Höpfel -- 28. The International Criminal Court: international humanitarian law at work / Hans-Peter Kaul -- 29. "Irrelevance of Official Capacity": article 27 Rome Statute undermined by obligations under international law or by agreements, Article 98? / Otto Triffterer -- 30. The crime of aggression: custom, treaty and prospects for international prosecution / Elizabeth Wilmshurst.
Human rights and humanitarian law. 31. L'application du droit international général par la Cour européenne des droite de l'homme / Lucius Caflisch -- 32. Nationality and the protection of property under the European Convention on Human Rights / Ursula Kriebaum -- 33. Vom Weltstrafrecht zum Weltzivilrecht oder vom Internationalen Strafgerichtshof zum Internationalen Berichtshof für Menschenrechte?: Überlegungen am Beispiel der Folterbekämpfung / Manfred Nowak -- 34. De-regulating humanitarian aid: the need for new norms and interpretation / Jordan J. Paust -- 35. The concept of "responsibility to protect" as an emerging norm versus "humanitarian intervention" / Árpád Prandler -- 36. Der Einfluss der Menschenrechte auf das Völkerrecht: ein Entwurf / Bruno Simma -- 37. Extraterritorial application of human rights treaties: the case of Israel and the Palestinian territories revisited / Andreas Zimmermann -- Law of the sea and the environment. 38. Landlocked developing countries and the law of the sea / James R. Kateka -- 39. International environmental regulations: is a comprehensive body of law emerging or is fragmentation going to stay? / Gerhard Loibl -- 40. Using judicial bodies for the implementation and enforcement of international environmental law / Thomas A. Mensah -- 41. Liability for environmental damage in Antarctica: supplement to the rules on state responsibility or a lost opportunity? / Rüdiger Wolfrum -- International dispute settlement. 42. Anglo Saxon and continental approaches to pleading before the ICJ : aspects des modes continentaux et Anglo Saxons de plaidoiries devant la C.I.J. / James Crawford, Alain Pellet -- 43. Argentinien vs Uruguay: ein Mehrfrontenkampf / Waldemar Hummer -- 44. The 2007 Nicaragua v. Colombia Territorial and Maritime Dispute (preliminary objections) judgment: a landmark in the sound administration of international justice / Barbara Kwiatkowska -- 45. Some thoughts on compliance with international obligations / Markus A. Reiterer -- 46. What is a legal dispute? / Christoph Schreuer -- 47. The judicial functions of the International Court of Justice / Stephan Wittich -- European law. 48. The "second pillar" in a union without pillars: a new quality of the common foreign and security policy with the Treaty of Lisbon? / Hubert Isak -- 49. Naiades and beyond: Stand und Perspektiven der geplanten "Modernisierung der Organisationsstruktur" für die Binnenschaffahrt in Europa / Richard Regner -- 50. Struggle for exclusiveness: the ECJ and competing international tribunals / Kirsten Schmalenbach -- 51. Quelle est l'identité de l'Europe? / Wolfgang Graf Vitzthum.
Note Text in English, French and German.
Print version record.
ISBN 9789047440338 (electronic bk.)
9047440331 (electronic bk.)
9789004167278 (hbk. ; alk. paper)
9004167277 (hbk. ; alk. paper)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1163/ej.9789004167278.v-1086
OCLC # 593231855
Additional Format Print version: International law between universalism and fragmentation. Leiden ; Boston : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2008 9789004167278 (DLC) 2008044942 (OCoLC)263065398


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