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International Law between Universalism and Fragmentation.

Author: Buffard.
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff 2009.
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Genre/Form: Electronic resource
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Buffard.
ISBN: 1282399004 9781282399006
OCLC Number: 741347455
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover --
Contents --
PREFACE --
GERHARD HAFNER --
Biographic Summary --
Bibliography --
ABBREVIATIONS --
INTRODUCTION --
1 Einige pers246;nliche Bemerkungen zu Gerhard Hafner (Hans Winlker) --
2 Gerhard Hafner: Portr228;t eines 246;sterreichischen V246;lkerrechtlers (Franz Cede) --
I FRAGMENTATION AND THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW --
3. Une relecture de la th233;orie des sous-syst232;mes en droit international (Isabelle Buffard) --
4 Hierarchy in International Law within the Context of Its Fragmentation (Zdzislaw Galicki) --
5 Hard Law Strikes Back How the Recent Focus on the Rule of13;Law Promotes Compliance with Norms in International Relations (Axel Marschik) --
6 The Concept of International Community in International Law:13;Theory and Reality (Pemmaraju Sreenivasa Rao) --
7 The Proliferation of International Dispute Settlement Mechanisms:13;The Threat of Fragmentation vs. the Promise of a More Effective System?13;Some Refl ections From the Perspective of Investment Arbitration (August Reinisch) --
8 Boundaries of Justice? An International Law Approach (Daniel Th252;rer) --
II BASIC PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW --
9 Rechtliche Hegung von Gewalt zwischen Theorie und Praxis (Michael Bothe) --
10 The Three Cores of Aggression (Antonio Remiro Brot243;ns) --
11 Intergenerational Equity Revisited (Malgosia Fitzmaurice) --
12 Democratization: Supply-Stimulated or Demand-Induced? (Rein M252;llerson) --
13 The Principle of Non-Discrimination in International Economic Law:13;A Conceptual and Historical Sketch (Friedl Weiss) --
14 The Prohibition to Use Force after Sixty Years of Abuse (Karl Zemanek) --
III SOURCES INCLUDING CODIFICATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW --
15 The Pacta Sunt Servanda Rule in the Vienna Convention on the13;Law of Treaties: A Pillar and its Safeguards (Christina Binder) --
16 Variations on the Theme of Soft International Law (Hanspeter Neuhold) --
17 The Rule of Law, Codifi cation and the Role of Gerhard Hafner (Ferdinand Trauttmansdorff) --
18 The General Assembly and the International Law Commission:13;What Happens to the Commissions Work and Why? (Michael Wood) --
IV SUBJECTS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND IMMUNITIES --
19 Implications of the Independence of Kosovo for International Law (Wolfgang Benedek) --
20 The Merits and Defects of the 2004 UN Convention on State Immunity:13;Gerhard Hafners Contribution to its Adoption by the United Nations (Hazel Fox) --
21 The International Customary Law Nature of Immunity from Measures of Constraint for State Cultural Property on Loan (Andrea Gattini) --
22 La cr233;ation de lEtat dIsra235;l 224; la lumi232;re du droit international (Marcelo G. Kohen) --
23 Legal Personality or not The Recent Attempts to Improve the Status of the OSCE (Helmut Tichy & Ulrike K246;hler) --
24 In the Twilight Zones of the State (Christian Tomuschat) --
25 Some Peculiarities of the UN Convention on Jurisdictional Immunities of States and Their Property: a Footnote on the Codifi cation Technique (Tullio Treves) --
V INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW --
26 Responsibility of States and Individuals for Genocide and other International Crimes (Vladimir-Djuro Degan) --
27 Individuelle versus Staatenverantwortlichkeit im Zusammenhang mit V246;lkermord (Frank H246;pfel) --
28 The International Criminal Court International Humanitarian Law at Work (Hans-Peter Kaul) --
29 Irrelevance of Offi cial Capacity Article 27 Rome Statute Undermined by Obligations under International Law or by13;Agreements, Article 98? (Otto Triffterer) --
30 The Cr.

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