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The chapter VII powers of the United Nations Security Council

Author: Erika De Wet
Publisher: Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart Pub., 2004.
Series: Studies in International Law, v. 3.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This study provides a comprehensive analysis of the powers of the Security Council under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Erika De Wet
ISBN: 1841134228 9781841134222
OCLC Number: 642561822
Notes: Índice.
Description: XVIII, 413 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1 IntroductionPart I: Judicial Review2 Advisory Opinions of the International Courts of Justice (ICJ) as a Mechanism for Judicial Review3 Judicial Review as an Emerging General Principle of Law and its Implications for Contentious Proceedings Before the ICJPart II: Limitations to the Security Council's Chapter VII Powers4 Limits to the Security Council's Discretion under Article 39 of the Charter5 An Overview of the Substantive Limits to the Security Council's Discretion under Articles 40, 41 and 42 of the Charter6 Limits to the Security Council's Discretion to Impose Economic Sanctions7 Limits to the Security Council's Discretion to Authorise States and Regional Organisations to use Force8 Limits to the Security Council's Discretion to Authorise the Civil Administration of Territories 9 Limits to the Security Council's Discretion to Adopt (Quasi-) Judicial Measures10 Conclusion
Series Title: Studies in International Law, v. 3.
Responsibility: Erika De Wet.

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...the book manages to add thoughtful insights into a core question of the law of international organizations...De Wet presents her arguments in a lucid and enlightening way. The book is very well Read more...

 
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