THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE: Global Trends: Law, Policy…

Hardcover | September 25, 2013

EditorM. Cherif Bassiouni, Joanna Gomula, Paolo Mengozzi

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Global Trends: Law, Policy and Justice is a Festschrift for Professor Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo which offers a broad and challenging view of the changing world society and the implications of globalization for the content and structure of the law, the development of judicial institutions andthe shaping of world policies. Contributions made by judges of international tribunals, scholars, and practitioners offers insights into different aspects of globalization and its implications on changes in the world system. It examines a variety of current issues relating to international law,judicial institutions and global policies, focusing on different aspects of globalization and its implications on key areas of the world system, with a particular focus on issues such as, human rights, global justice, global politics global environment and public goods. This special edition of The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence presents not only a systemic approach to changes in the world system but gives us the outline of the future evolution of the role of law, justice and policy in tomorrow's increasingly globalized society.Global Trends: Law, Policy and Justice offers the advantage of simultaneously covering new insights into the meaning and function of the concept of globalization, combined with a thorough analysis of the evolutionary trends in key areas of the world system to provide a unified vision. Global Trends: Law, Policy and Justice is a special edition of The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence, written in honor of Professor Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo.

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Global Trends: Law, Policy and Justice is a Festschrift for Professor Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo which offers a broad and challenging view of the changing world society and the implications of globalization for the content and structure of the law, the development of judicial institutions andthe shaping of world policies. Contributions...

M. cherif Bassiuoni is Emeritus Professor of Law at DePaul University. Joanna Gomula is Fellow at Lauterpacht Center for International Law. Paolo Mengozzi is Advocate General at the Court of Justice of the Europian Union. John G. Merrills is Emeritus Professor of International Law at the University of Sheffield. Rafael Nieto Navia is ...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:688 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.98 inPublished:September 25, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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M. Cherif Bassiouni: ForewordList of selected publications of Giuliana Ziccardi CapaldoList of Editors and ContributorsPart I: Normative and Procedural Aspects of International Law1. Pablo Antonio Fernandez Sanchez: The Principle of Consent in Peace Missions of the European Union - Guarantee to Ensure the Law, the Policy and the Justice of International Peace and Secur2. Joyeeta Gupta and Nadia Sanchez: The Common But Different Responsibility (CBDR) Principle Elaborated in Relation to Other Principles of Law3. Kishan Khoday: The Emerging South and the Evolution of Sovereignty over Natural Resources4. Robert Kolb: Auto termination et secession-rem en droit international public5. Antonio Tizzano: The Protection of Fundamental Rights: The European Court of Justice (ECJ) Key Contribution to European Union (EU) Constitutional DevelopmentsPart II: International Judicial Institution6. Mohamed Bennouna: The Advisory Function of the International Court of Justice in the Light of Recent Developments7. Philippe Couvreur: Regards sur la Cour permanente de justice internationale8. Philippe Gautier: Quelques reflexions sur l'acces ... la justice internationale dans le cadre du reglement des differends relatifs au droit de la mer9. Barbara Kwiatkowska: Fundamental Principle of "Without Prejudice" in Submissions to the United Nations Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf (UNCLCS) in East, South, West and North Africa10. Suzannah Linton and Firew Kebede Tiba: Judges and Rule of Law in Times of Political Change or Transition11. John Merrills: Reflections on International Adjudication in the Light of Recent Case LawPart III: International Criminal Justice12. Steven Becker: The Inequality of Harm: Unpunished Allied Atrocities, the Nuremberg Fallacy, and Why Global Criminal Justice Remains a Mirage13. Michael Bohlander and Taner Akcam: Echoes of the Genocide DS Reflections on Turkey's Treatment of Armenian Property Rights14. Olivier Corten: Etat de necessite et operations militaires ciblees15. Geert-Jan Alexander Knoops: The Legacy of the Charles Taylor Judgment: Challenging Selective Prosecutions of Political Leaders16. Anja Matwijkiw and Bronik Matwijkiw: Post-Conflict Justice: Legal Doctrine, General Jurisprudence and Stakeholder Frameworks17. Anna Oriolo: Compulsory Production of Evidence in International Criminal Proceedings: Public Interests at Stake Beyond Punishment of the Guilty18. Antonio Remiro Brotons: Malos tiempos para la justicia universalPart IV: Globalization and International Law19. Richard Falk: Overcoming the Global Crisis: A Humanistic Standpoint20. Hans Koechler: Global Powers and the Rule of Law21. Richard Mansbach: The Several Faces of Globalization22. George Modelski: Evolutionary Global Politics23. Rafael Nieto-Navia: State Responsibility in Respect of International Wrongful Acts of Third Persons: The Theory of Control24. Nicholas Onuf: Organizing for Good: Republican Theory in a Changing World25. Ulrich Petersmann: Global Constitutional Law? Why Cosmopolitan "Aggregate Public Goods" Must Be Protected by Cosmopolitan Conceptions of International Law26. Karen C. Sokol: The Possibility of Climate Manufacturing and the Need for Global Governance27. Ramesh Thakur and Thomas Weiss: Global Law and Global Governance: The United Nation's Role in Filling Gaps28. Anna Vigorito: Natural Disasters, Climate Change and World Heritage: The Evolution of the International Risk Prevention and Management Strategies29. Guiguo Wang: The New Haven School of Legal Theory and Traditional Chinese Cult