Law in the Service of Human Dignity: Essays in Honour of Florentino Feliciano

Law in the Service of Human Dignity: Essays in Honour of Florentino Feliciano

by Steve Charnovitz
     
 

ISBN-10: 0521852536

ISBN-13: 9780521852531

Pub. Date: 10/31/2005

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

This volume assembles essays from notable international jurists, academics, and practitioners who offer new insights regarding the jurisprudence of world trade law, the changing landscape of investment arbitration, and other vital topics in international adjudication. The collection will be of special interest to World Trade Organization analysts as the

Overview

This volume assembles essays from notable international jurists, academics, and practitioners who offer new insights regarding the jurisprudence of world trade law, the changing landscape of investment arbitration, and other vital topics in international adjudication. The collection will be of special interest to World Trade Organization analysts as the contributors include six current or former members, as well as several leading trade law commentators. Among the key issues discussed are the WTO environmental cases, trade and human rights, and potential reforms of the WTO dispute system.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521852531
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
10/31/2005
Pages:
448
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 1.34(d)

Table of Contents

List of contributors; Preface; Biographical note; List of abbreviations; Part I. Reflections on the Contributions of Florentino Feliciano to International Law: 1. A judge's judge: Justice Florentino P. Feliciano's philosophy of the judicial function Michael Reisman; 2. The benign first mate Rosalyn Higgins; 3. The Aristotelian James Bacchus; 4. Trade and economic justice according to law Julio A. Lacarte; Part II. Insights into the World Trade Organization: 5. Justice Feliciano and the WTO environmental cases: laying the foundations of a 'constitutional jurisprudence' with implications for developing countries John H. Jackson; 6. International trade law, human rights and theories of justice Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann; 7. Developing countries and the international trading system Said El-Naggar; 8. North-South issues of foreign direct investments in the WTO: is there a middle of the road approach? Mitsuo Matsushita; 9. The participation of developing countries in WTO dispute settlement and the role of the Advisory Centre on WTO Law Leo Palma; 10. Reform of the WTO dispute settlement system: what to expect from the Doha Development Round? Peter Van den Bossche; 11. Interpretation and application of the WTO Rules: Florentino Feliciano and the First Seven Luis Olavo Baptista; 12. Dispute settlement in the WTO: on the trail of a court Héléne Ruiz Fabri; 13. A proposal to introduce an Advocate General's position into WTO dispute settlement A. L. C. de Mestral and M. Auerbach-Ziogas; 14. Arbitration at the WTO: a terra incognita to be further explored Laurence Boisson de Chazournes; 15. The challenges to the legitimacy of the WTO Debra P. Steger; 16. The World Trade Organization after Cancún Guiguo Wang; Part III. The Changing Landscape of Investment Arbitration: 17. The reshaping of the international law on foreign investment by concordant bilateral investment treaties Stephen M. Schwebel; 18. ICSID arbitration and the state's increasingly remote consent: apropos the Maffezini case Brigitte Stern; 19. The notion of investment in recent practice Rudolf Dolzer; 20. Arbitration of investment disputes under UNCITRAL Rules and the choice of applicable law Giorgio Sacerdoti; Part IV. New Challenges in International Adjudication: 21. From Preston to Prescot: globalising legitimate expectation Francisco Orrego Vicúna; 22. The Independence of the international judiciary: some introductory thoughts Philippe Sands; 23. 'Straddling and highly migratory flags' before the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea Tullio Treves; 24. Collective security and the personification of peace Charlotte Ku; 25. Some thoughts on 'Asian' approaches to international dispute resolution M. C. W. Pinto; 26. The 'Cameroon v. Nigeria: Equatorial Guinea Intervening (Land and Maritime Boundary) Judgement Barbara Kwiatkowska; Bibliography of works by Florentino Feliciano; Index.

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