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Custom's future : international law in a changing world

Author: Curtis A Bradley
Publisher: New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2016.
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Although customary international law has long been an important source of rights and obligations in international relations, there has been extensive debate in recent years about whether this body of law is equipped to address complex modern problems such as climate change, international terrorism, and global financial instability. In addition, there is growing uncertainty about how, precisely, international and  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Erscheint auch als:
Custom's future
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Curtis A Bradley
ISBN: 9781107082670 1107082676 9781107443105 1107443105
OCLC Number: 929155467
Description: xii, 379 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Custom's past / Emily Kadens --
Customary international law adjudication as common law adjudication / Curtis A. Bradley --
Customary international law as a dynamic process / Brian D. Lepard --
Custom, jus cogens, and human rights / John Tasioulas --
Customary international law : how do courts do it? / Stephen J. Choi and Mitu Gulati --
Custom's method and process : lessons from humanitarian law / Monica Hakimi --
The growing obsolescence of customary international law / Joel P. Trachtman --
The strange vitality of custom in the international protection of contracts, property and commerce / Chin Leng Lim --
The decline of customary international law as a source of international criminal law / Larissa van den Herik --
Customary international law and public goods / Niels Petersen --
Reinvigorating customary international law / Andrew T. Guzman and Jerome Hsiang --
The evolution of codification : a principal-agent theory of the International Law Commission's influence / Laurence R. Helfer and Timothy Meyer --
Custom and informal international lawmaking / Jan Wouters and Linda Hamid --
Custom's bright future : the continuing importance of customary international law / Omri Sender and Michael Wood.
Responsibility: edited by Curtis A. Bradley, Duke University School of Law.
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