Read On! International Law and…

August Reinisch, Mary E. Footer & Christina Binder have just edited Select Proceedings of the European Society of International Law, Vol. 5 (2014) (Hart 2016), available here

Table of Contents:


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PART I: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS ADJUDICATION
1. Judicial Engagement in International Human Rights Comparativism Anja Seibert-Fohr
2. Jurisprudential Dialogue in Supranational Human Rights Litigation in Africa Magnus Killander
3. Human Rights Adjudication as Transnational Adjudication: A Peripheral Case of Domestic Courts as International Law Adjudicators Samantha Besson
4. A New Doctrine on the Block? The European Court of Human Rights and the Responsible Courts Doctrine Basak Çali
PART II: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND NATIONAL LAW
5. International Law through the National Prism: The Role of Domestic Law and Jurisprudence in Shaping International Investment Law Hege Elisabeth Kjos
6. National Case Law as a Generator of International Refugee Law: Rectifying an Imbalance within the UNHCR Guidelines on International Protection Cecilia M Bailliet
7. National Law as an Unpredictable Generator of International Law: The Case of Norm Export at the World Trade Organization Gregory Messenger
8. International Investment Agreements and Good Governance: Norm and Institutional Design, Internalisation and Domestic Rule-making Mavluda Sattorova
PART III: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND TRADE AND INVESTMENT
9. Investment Law at the Crossroads of Public and Private International Law Andrea K Bjorklund, Georgios Petrochilos, Stephan W Schill and Diane A Desierto
10. The Forced Co-Existence of Trade and Investment Provisions in Preferential Trade and Investment Agreements and the Regulatory Architecture of the Systems of Trade and Investment Law Catharine Titi
11. The Shared Responsibility of the EU for Member States’ Financial Crisis Measures as a Defence in International Investment Claims Anastasios G Gourgourinis
PART IV: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
12. Subsequent Treaty Practice: The Work of the International Law Commission Georg Nolte
13. A Gap, a Map, and an Intellectual Trap: Changing Conceptions of Regime Interaction and of Interdisciplinarity Jeffrey L Dunoff
PART V: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES
14. The Challenges Posed by Cyber-Attacks to the Law on Self-Defence Irène Couzigou
15. ‘Culturomics’ and International Law Research Jamie Trinidad
PART VI: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE SOCIAL AND HUMAN SCIENCES
16. Opium as an Object of International Law: Doctrines of Sovereignty and Intervention Jessie Hohmann
17. International Law in Transit: The Concept of ‘Indigenous Peoples’ and its Transitions in International, National and Local Realms-the Example of the Bedouin in the Negev Emma Nyhan
18. Fragmented Feminisms: Critical Feminist Thinking in the Post-millennium Era Gina Heathcote
PART VII: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND SPORT
19. ‘For the Game, For the World’-And also for Human Rights? Analysing Human Rights Obligations of International Sports Associations Lars Schönwald
20. Emerging Fair Trial Guarantees Jernej Letnar Cernic
21. International Sports Law and the Fight against Doping: An Analysis from an International Human Rights Perspective Carmen Pérez González
PART VIII: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES
22. Engaging International Law and Literature with Kafka, Deleuze and Guattari Ekaterina Yahyaoui Krivenko
23. An Introduction to the Idea of International Law and the International Community in Contemporary Catholic Theology 5Aleš Weingerl
24. The Ideological Structure of the Early Jus Gentium and its Implications for the Current Debate about Normative Hierarchy and Public Policy in the International Community Dimitrios A Kourtis
25. The Inextricable Connection between Historical Consciousness and International Law: New Imperialism, the International Court of Justice and its Interpretation of the Inter-temporal Rule Mieke van Der Linden
PART IX: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE AESTHETIC
26. Engaged Visual Art as a Tool for Normative Renewal in International Human Rights: The Case of Ariella Azoulay’s Potential History (2012) Eva Brems and Hilde van Gelder
27. Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage: An Inter-disciplinary Approach to International Law Janet Blake
28. Zero Dark Thirty: International Law, Torture and Representation Daniel Joyce and Gabrielle Simm
29. À la Maison-Blanche: le président des États-Unis se soucie-t-il du droit international lorsqu’il décide d’une intervention militaire? Olivier Corten
EPILOGUE
30. ‘International Law and ….’ Variations on a Theme Vera Gowlland-Debbas –
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