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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
An Introduction to Contemporary International Law: A Policy-Oriented Perspective.
Oxford : Oxford University Press, ©2014
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Notes:||The Remedy of Diplomatic Protection.|
|Description:||1 online resource (674 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; An Introduction to Contemporary International Law; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; About the Author; Preface to the Third Edition; Preface to the Second Edition; Preface to the First Edition; Part one Delimitation of the Task; 1. International Law in a Policy-Oriented Perspective; Myths and Realities about International Law; Inadequacies of Traditional Approaches to International Law; The Policy-Oriented Approach of the New Haven School; Part two Participants; 2. Nation-States; Statehood; The Principle of Self-Determination. External Self-Determination in Practice: The Cases of Québec and KosovoSelf-Determination and World Order; The Theory and Practice of Recognition; Problems of Self-Determination and Recognition in Practice: The Evolution of Taiwan Statehood; 3. International Governmental Organizations; The U.N. System; International Organizations as Subjects of International Law; The United Nations and World Order; 4. Nongovernmental Organizations and Associations; Political Parties; Nongovernmental Organizations; Private Associations; 5. The Individual; Part three Perspectives. 6. Minimum World Order and Optimum World OrderCommon Humanity and Diverse Identifications and Expectations; Contending Systems of World Order; Differing Perspectives Today; Religion and World Order; China and World Order; Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL); People and Human Security at the Center of World Order; Part four Arenas; 7. Establishment of and Access to Arenas of Authority; Establishment; Access; Compulsory Third-Party Decision Making; International Court of Justice (ICJ); Ad Hoc Arbitral Tribunals; Dispute Settlement under the Convention on the Law of the Sea. Dispute Settlement in the World Trade Organization (WTO)Investor-State Dispute Resolution; Part five Bases of Power; 8. Control over Territory; 9. Control and Use of the Sea; Basic Community Policy; Trends in Decision and Conditioning Factors; Internal Waters; The Territorial Sea; International Straits; Archipelagos; The Contiguous Zone; The Exclusive Economic Zone; The Continental Shelf; High Seas; The Area; The 1994 Agreement; Dispute Settlement under the 1982 Convention; Law of the Sea Claims; Appraisal; 10. Control and Use of Other Resources; International Rivers; Airspace; Outer Space. Polar RegionsThe Global Environment; Toward Global Cooperation on Climate Change; 11. Control of People: Nationality and Movement; Basic Community Policy; Trends in Decision and Conditioning Factors; Control of Community Membership via Nationality; Conferment of Nationality; Withdrawal of Nationality; Statelessness; Multiple Nationality; Control of Movement of People; Competence to Admit, Exclude, and Expel vs. Individual Demands to Enter, Stay, and Leave; Asylum; Extradition; Terrorism; Appraisal; 12. Protection of People: From Alien Rights to Human Rights.|
In the third edition of this most welcome and important book, Professor Lung-chu Chen enhances his already well-established reputation as a scholar in both the United States and in Asia. He applies a