The Humanization of International Law

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2006 Paperback NEAR FINE Paperback, xvi, 552 pp., This listing is a new book, a title currently in-print which we order directly and immediately from the publisher-Print on ... Demand title, produced to the highest standard, and there would be a delay in dispatch of around 15 working days. Paperback-This work aims to consider the influence of human rights and humanitarian law on general international law: the humanization of international law. Although human rights and humanitarian norms are central to the book, it is not a book about human rights and humanitarian law. Rather, it deals with the radiation, or the reforming effect, that human rights and humanitarian law have had on other fields of public international law. Because of the peculiarities of human rights law, this influence cannot be taken for granted. It is sometimes said that the elaboration of human rights norms and institutions has produced no less than a revolution in the system of international law. Is this true and if so in which parts of i Read more Show Less

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This work aims to consider the influence of human rights and humanitarian law on general international law: the humanization of international law. Although human rights and humanitarian norms are central to the book, it is not a book about human rights and humanitarian law. Rather, it deals with the radiation, or the reforming effect, that human rights and humanitarian law have had on other fields of public international law. Because of the peculiarities of human rights law, this influence cannot be taken for granted. It is sometimes said that the elaboration of human rights norms and institutions has produced no less than a revolution in the system of international law. Is this true and if so in which parts of international law? By examining most areas of public international law, the author attempts to demonstrate that the influence of human rights and humanitarian norms has not remained confined to one sector of international law, but that its influence has spread to many parts, albeit to varying degrees.
The Humanization of International Law is a revised and updated version of the General Course on Public International Law delivered by the author at the Hague Academy of International Law in 2003.

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 The humanization of the law of war 1
Ch. 2 Criminalization of violations of international humanitarian law 91
Ch. 3 The law of treaties 187
Ch. 4 Humanization of state responsibility : from bilateralism to community concerns 247
Ch. 5 Subjects of international law 307
Ch. 6 Sources of international law 357
Ch. 7 International courts 425
Ch. 8 UN institutions and the protection of human rights 473
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