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Select Proceedings of the European Society of International Law, Volume 3, 2010

Edited by: James Crawford, Sarah Nouwen

ISBN13: 9781849462020
Published: January 2012
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
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This book continues the series Select Proceedings of the European Society of International Law, containing the proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference organised by ESIL and the University of Cambridge in 2010. The title of the conference was "International Law 1989-2010: A Performance Appraisal". The highlights, selected for publication in this volume, cover a wide spectrum of topics in international law.

Subjects:
EU Law
Contents:
Foreword
Hélène Ruiz-Fabri & Anne Peters
Foreword
Sir Elihu Lauterpacht
Introduction
James Crawford & Sarah Nouwen
PART I: 1989–2010: THE WORLD AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
1. International Law 1989–2010: A Performance Appraisal
Andrew Hurrell
Comments on Hurrell: The End of Geography?
Sir Daniel Bethlehem
Comments on Hurrell
Judge Xue Hanqin
2. The Impact of the East-West Divide on International Law: Patterns of Discourse and the Waves of 1989
Tibor Várady
3. The End of the Cold War: An Epochal Event in the History of International Law?
Randall Lesaffer
4.
1989–2010: The Rise and Fall of Democratic Governance in International Law
Jean d'Aspremont
5. Persisting and Developing between Hope and Threat: International Law during the Past Two Decades and Beyond
Georg Nolte
PART II: 1989–2010: LEGALISATION AND LAW-MAKING
6. Less is More: International Law of the 21st Century—Law without Faith
Alain Pellet
7. The Process of Legalisation After 1989 and its Contribution to the International Rule of Law
André Nollkaemper
8. Typologie des Résolutions de l'ONU Créatrices de Droit International Général
Anne-Thida Norodom
9. Law-making by Scholarship? The Dark Side of 21st Century International Legal 'Methodology'
Jörg Kammerhofer
10. Judicial Law-making in International Criminal Law: The Legitimacy Conundrum
Marjan Ajevski
11. Revisiting Monism's Ethical Dimension
George Rodrigo Bandeira Galindo
12. Domestic Courts as the 'Natural Judge' of International Law: A Change in Physiognomy
Antonios Tzanakopoulos
PART III: 1989–2010: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE STATE
13. Statehood after 1989: 'Effectivités' between Legality and Virtuality
Anne Peters
14. From the National Border to the National Eleven: A (Partial and Partisan) Appraisal of the State System's Performance since the End of the Cold War
Boldizsár Nagy
15. A Comment on Peters and Nagy: The State in Critical Perspective
Tarak Barkawi
PART IV: 1989–2010: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND INTERNATIONAL
INSTITUTIONS
16. Paradise Lost? De-formalisation, Control and Trust in International Institutions
Jan Klabbers
17. Panels, Médiateurs et Mécanismes Informels de Contrôle des Activités des Organisations Internationales: Entre Accountability et Responsibility
Pierre Klein
18. Compliance with Decisions of International Courts as Indicative of their Effectiveness: A Goal-based Analysis
Yuval Shany
19. The Security Council as Dispenser of (or with) International Law
Stefan Talmon
20. Systemic Integration and International Investment Law
Edward Guntrip
21. Limits of Depoliticisation in Contemporary Investor-State Arbitration
Martins Paparinskis
PART V: 1989–2010: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE REGIONS
22. La Coopération Régionale dans le Monde Post-soviétique: Bilans et Perspectives
Lucie Delabie
23. Universalisme et Régionalisme en Matière d'échanges Commerciaux Internationaux
Alberta Fabbricotti
24. Co-adaptation in the International Legal Order: The EU and the WTO
Geert de Baere & Isabelle van Damme
PART VI: 1989–2010: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE CHALLENGES OF 2010
25. Prosecuting Environmental Damage under International Criminal Law
Matthew Gillett
26. La Convention d'Århus: 'Avancée Majeure du Droit International'?
Christine Larssen
27. Two Decades Lost: Reinvigorating the Weak Cousin of WTO Law
Michael Waibel
28. The Poverty of Development and the Development of Poverty in International Law
Sundhya Pahuja
PART VII: APPRAISAL
29. Pouring Away the Sweet Milk of Concord: A Call for Argument and Debate
Guglielmo Verdirame
30. Reflections on the Asymmetric Rule of Law in International Relations
Jochen von Bernstorff
31. Quelques Réflexions en Guise de Conclusion
Anne Lagerwall
32. Post-1989 as a Narrative
Thomas Skouteris
33. A Call for Conceptual Clarity
Amanda Perreau-Saussine
EPILOGUE: 1989–2010: THE BLACK HOLE
34. Once Upon a Time There Was a Gap...
Roger O'Keefe

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