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The new international law 1 edition

The new international law
Christoffer C. Eriksen

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The new international law
an anthology
edited by Christoffer C. Eriksen and Marius Emberland

Published 2010 by Martinus Nijhoff Publishers in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Polycentric decision-making structures and fragmented spheres of law: what implications for the new generation of international legal discourse? / Ivar Alvik, Marius Emberland, Christoffer C. Eriksen
Thinking outside the "Westphalian Box": dualism, legal interpretation and the contextual argument / Stephane Beaulac
Jurisdictional competition between international courts and tribunals: How to square the circle? / Nikolaos Lavranos
Piercing the tattered veil: housing restitution in Bosnia as a case study of researching human rights with the help of international relations theory / Antoine Buyse
The power of administration: law and politics in global governance / Ole Jacob Sending
The hybrid nature of investment treaty arbitration: straddling the national/international divide / Ivar Alvik
Competing notions of property rights: land rights reform at the intersection of the international and the local / Ingunn Ikdahl
International human rights law and international humanitarian law: alternative frameworks for interaction / Natasha Balendra
Rapprochement and misrecognition: humanitarianism as human rights practice / Kristin Bergtora Sandvik
A non-territorial ethnic network and the making of human rights law: the case of the alliance israelite universelle / Moria Paz
What's in the ICC for states? / Jo Stigen
'Securitizing' development: advantages and pitfalls of the security council's involvement in development issues / Aristotle Constantinides
Constitutional underpinnings for conscientious objection in allegiance to international public law norms pertaining to war / Cecilia M. Bailliet
Sustainable development in practice: the flexibility mechanisms of the Kyoto protocol / Christina Voigt
What may be the new international environmental law? / Nicolai Nyland.

Edition Notes

Raoul Wallenberg Institute human rights library


Dewey Decimal Class
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KZ3410 .N49 2010

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p. cm.

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