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Aspects of Statehood and Institutionalism in Contemporary Europe

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ISBN13: 9781855219281
ISBN: 185521928X
Published: January 1998
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



The chapters of this book are based upon papers delivered at the second EC/International Law Forum at Bristol University. They examine increasing tendencies in many parts of Europe towards ""pan-European"" institutionalism.

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Contents:
Statehood and institutionalism in contemporary Europe - an introduction, Malcolm D. Evans; rebirth of statehood, Ian Brownlie; recognition of states - recent European practice, Colin Warbrick; the impact of recent developments on succession in international law, Chris Whomersley; the legal consequences of (non) recognition - Cyprus and the Council of Europe, Stefan Talmon; the case for abandoning the three pillars of the European Union, Stephen Weatherill; from CSCE to OSCE - historical retrospective, Vladimir Dronov; the growth of European institutionalism - the Council of Europe, Hans-Jurgen Bartsch; what is European security?, Richard Lewis; an uneven killing field - the manufacture of consent for the arms embargo of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Eric Herring; the legality of the imposition of sanctions by the European Union in international law, Christine Chinkin; US extraterritorial jurisdiciton in antitrust matters, Marie Demetriou and Aidan Robertson; the accession of the European Community to the European Convention on Human Rights, Nicholas Grief; the European Community, the law of the sea and accountability - an ever changing and challenging relationship, Ellen Hey; legal consequences of EC participation in international environmental agreements, Phoebe Okowa.