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Coercive Diplomacy, Sanctions and International Law:

Edited by: Natalino Ronzitti

ISBN13: 9789004299887
Published: April 2016
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
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This volume explores sanctions as instruments of coercive diplomacy, delving into theoretical arguments and combining perspectives from international law and international relations scholars and practitioners.

Primary questions include the compatibility and legitimacy of sanctions regimes, enforcement measures, including the role of sanctions committees, and the practice of circumventing sanctions. Legal and institutional aspects of the practice of the European Union are addressed.

The extraterritorial effects of national legislation implementing sanctions imposed by individual States are investigated. A focus is on the impact of sanctions on non-State actors. The connections with the protection of human rights and the adverse impact on individual rights are considered.

The implementation of sanctions is addressed in view of their legal limitation and the concept of proportionality, their consequences upon existing treaties and contracts, their effectiveness, and their strategic implications.

Public International Law
Table of Cases
Table of Treaties, Legislation and Other Documents
List of Abbreviations
List of Contributors
Foreword Natalino Ronzitti
Chapter 1. Sanctions as Instruments of Coercive Diplomacy: an International Law Perspective Natalino Ronzitti
Chapter 2. Compatibility and Legitimacy of Sanctions Regimes Michael Bothe
Chapter 3 Confronting the Implementation and Enforcement Challenges Involved in Imposing Economic Sanctions Bryan R. Early
Chapter 4. Sanctions Imposed by the European Union: Legal and Institutional Aspects Marco Gestri
Chapter 5. Practice Makes Perfect, Eventually? Unilateral State Sanctions and the Extraterritorial Effects of National Legislation Charlotte Beaucillon
Chapter 6. Sanctions Against Non-State Actors Nigel D. White
Chapter 7. Sanctions and the Protection of Human Rights: The Role of Sanctions Committees Thilo Marauhn and Thilo Marauhn
Chapter 8. Sanctions and Individual Rights Monica Lugato
Chapter 9. International Legal Limits on the Ability of States to Lawfully Impose International Economic/Financial Sanctions Daniel H. Joyner
Chapter 10. An Overview of International Sanctions’ Impact on Treaties and Contract Andrea Atteritano and Maria Beatrice Deli
Chapter 11. UN Sanctions Targeting Individuals and ICC Proceedings: How to Achieve a Mutually Reinforcing Interaction Marina Mancini
Chapter 12. From Effective to Useful Sanctions: Lessons Learned from the Experience of the European Union Francesco Giumelli
Chapter 13.Western Economic and Political Sanctions as Instruments of Strategic Competition with Russia – Opportunities and Risks Joachim Krause
Conclusion Natalino Ronzitti