Author: Curtis F.J. DoebblerPublish On: 2018-03-19
I am grateful to Rowman & Littlefield for the opportunity to work on this new version of the Dictionary of Public International Law, which has been entirely rewritten from the earlier edition by Boleslaw A. Boczek.
Author: Curtis F.J. Doebbler
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
The Dictionary of Public International Law contains a chronology, an introduction, a glossary of foreign terms, a list of Treaties and Cases, an extensive bibliography, and an index. The dictionary section has over 400 cross-referenced entries.
A Dictionary Boleslaw Adam Boczek. Annex : Bibliography A. RESEARCH TOOLS : BIBLIOGRAPHIES , GUIDES , INDEXES Beyerly , Elizabeth . Public International Law : A Guide to Information Sources . London : Munsell Pub- lishing , 1991 .
Author: Boleslaw Adam Boczek
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
International Law: A Dictionary is a pathbreaking study of the development of international law from the earliest times to the present for students, scholars, legal professionals, and other interested readers. Combining the features of a brief encyclopedic dictionary and a textbook, readers are acquainted with the basic tenets of public international law. Preceding the main text are a list of acronyms and abbreviations, a glossary of Latin phrases, a chronology of major developments, a table of cases with references to entries and a list of the 373 entries. Numerous cross-references lead the reader to relevant entries, and the abundant references to primary sources, mostly treaties and court cases, enable the reader to locate research materials. The selected bibliography includes books, research aids, textbooks, and casebooks as well as recent books on special international law topics.
Heeding Orwell's warning, my argument begins with the definitions of corruption, asset recovery, and human rights to property in common (English) usage and public international law. I then illustrate how asset recovery has been ...
Author: Radha Ivory
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A human rights analysis of international efforts to confiscate wealth in grand corruption cases that focuses on protections for property.
... the 'general power of government, administration and disposition ..., a capacity recognized and delineated by international law': Brownlie, Principles of Public International Law (6th ed.), 106. Cf. Westlake, International Law, ...
Author: Clive Parry
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Rev. ed. of : Parry and Grant encyclopaedic dictionary of international law. 2nd ed. 2004.
Author: Beatriz Huarte MelgarPublish On: 2015-01-08
The different use of these notions is unclear; therefore, to study the status of the concept of “transit” and “transit of goods” in international law it is necessary to define both terms. “Right” is defined by Black's Law Dictionary as, ...
Author: Beatriz Huarte Melgar
Publisher: Hotei Publishing
The Transit of Goods in Public International Law, examines the legal status of transit, its definition, and its enforceability under international law using principles of systemic integration, effective rights, and economic cooperation.
Dictionaries. Bernhardt, R (ed), Encyclopedia of Public International Law (Amsterdam, North-Holland, 1992). Bledsoe, RL and Boczek, BA, The International Law Dictionary (Oxford, Clio, 1987). Boczek, BA, International Law: A ...
Author: Jan Wouters
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
This textbook offers for the first time a comprehensive analysis of the classic doctrines and main areas of international law from a European perspective, meeting the needs of the many European law schools teaching public international law in English. Special attention is devoted to the practice of the European Union, the Council of Europe and European States – both civil law and common law countries – with regard to international law. In particular the book analyses the interplay between international law, EU law and national law in the case law of the Court of Justice of the EU, the European Court of Human Rights and national jurisdictions in Europe. It provides the reader with insights into how the international legal practice of the EU and its Member States impacts the development of international law, both in terms of doctrines such as treaty-making and customary law, the exercise of (extraterritorial) jurisdiction, state responsibility and the settlement of disputes, as well as particular sub-fields of international law, such as human rights law and international economic law. In addition the book covers other important areas such as the use of force and collective security, the law of armed conflict, and global and regional international organisations. It provides European perspectives on all these issues and will be of great value to students, scholars and practitioners.
A. Bilateral, Multilateral, Plurilateral592 307. we begin with some definitions. The vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties (vCLT) refers to ... General Course on Public International Law 245 A. Bilateral, multilateral, plurilateral.
Author: James Crawford
Also available as an e-book Chance, Order, Change: The Course of International Law, General Course on Public International Law by J. Crawford The course of international law over time needs to be understood if international law is to be understood. This work aims to provide such an understanding. It is directed not at topics or subject headings — sources, treaties, states, human rights and so on — but at some of the key unresolved problems of the discipline. Unresolved, they call into question its status as a discipline. Is international law “law” properly so-called ? In what respects is it systematic ? Does it — can it — respect the rule of law ? These problems can be resolved, or at least reduced, by an imaginative reading of our shared practices and our increasingly shared history, with an emphasis on process. In this sense the practice of the institutions of international law is to be understood as the law itself. They are in a dialectical relationship with the law, shaping it and being shaped by it. This is explained by reference to actual cases and examples, providing a course of international law in some standard sense as well.
Legal Definition of Accountability Jowitt's Dictionary of English Law defines accountability as: (1) The condition ... relate directly to state accountability under public international law,884 which is perfectly adequate because states ...
Author: Emmanuel K. Nartey
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
This volume identifies a coherent legal principle in order to establish a novel duty of care for corporate human rights violations and environmental damages. It examines whether tort and civil law offer better accountability and remedies for victims of corporate human rights abuses, and carries out an in-depth and critical analysis of the concept of corporate accountability. Moreover, a fundamental part of this book is devoted to examining the extent to which international criminal law influences international human rights law in its use of tort law and civil law remedies. Finally, the book sets out a theoretical mechanism for duty of care, as well as a proposal for the establishment of a ‘Hybrid International Transnational Corporation Court’ that would have the potential to effectively interpret the concept of the corporate duty of care under tort law.
Author: Kriangsak KittichaisareePublish On: 2017-02-28
Public international law is the body of law governing international relations among States and/or international ... defined as “the notional environment in which communication over computer networks occurs” (Oxford English Dictionary), ...
Author: Kriangsak Kittichaisaree
This compact, highly engaging book examines the international legal regulation of both the conduct of States among themselves and conduct towards individuals, in relation to the use of cyberspace. Chapters introduce the perspectives of various stakeholders and the challenges for international law. The author discusses State responsibility and key cyberspace rights issues, and takes a detailed look at cyber warfare, espionage, crime and terrorism. The work also covers the situation of non-State actors and quasi-State actors (such as IS, or ISIS, or ISIL) and concludes with a consideration of future prospects for the international law of cyberspace. Readers may explore international rules in the areas of jurisdiction of States in cyberspace, responsibility of States for cyber activities, human rights in the cyber world, permissible responses to cyber attacks, and more. Other topics addressed include the rules of engagement in cyber warfare, suppression of cyber crimes, permissible limits of cyber espionage, and suppression of cyber-related terrorism. Chapters feature explanations of case law from various jurisdictions, against the background of real-life cyber-related incidents across the globe. Written by an internationally recognized practitioner in the field, the book objectively guides readers through on-going debates on cyber-related issues against the background of international law. This book is very accessibly written and is an enlightening read. It will appeal to a wide audience, from international lawyers to students of international law, military strategists, law enforcement officers, policy makers and the lay person.