Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law, Volume 10 (2006)

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Now in its tenth year, the Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law has become a much sought after forum for essays in international law related to the UN.
Volume 10 (2006) contains articles on topics such as the reform of the United Nations and the future of its Charter; wrongdoing of international civil servants; international law and military operations in space; trade in agriculture and human rights; world cultural heritage protection; and questions of an Internationalized Pouvoir Constituant.
This is only a selection and shows the variety of topics. This volume is therefore again a must for any academic or practitioner involved in international law and questions concerning the United Nations.

For more information on this yearbook please visit the website of the Max Planck Institute

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Table of Contents

List of Contributors,

Abbreviations,

Schrijver, Nico J., The Future of the Charter of the United Nations Download this article,

Hilpold, Peter, The Duty to Protect and the Reform of the United Nations – A New Step in the Development of International Law?,

Münch, Wolfgang, Wrongdoing of International Civil Servants – Referral of Cases to National Authorities for Criminal Prosecution,

Schmitt, Michael N., International Law and Military Operations in Space,

Mechlem, Kerstin, Harmonizing Trade in Agriculture and Human Rights: Options for the Integration of the Right to Food into the Agreement on Agriculture,

Segura-Serrano, Antonio, Internet Regulation and the Role of International Law,

Zacharias, Diana, Cologne Cathedral versus Skyscrapers – World Cultural Heritage Protection as Archetype of a Multilevel System,

Haule, Romuald R., Some Reflections on the Foundation of Human Rights – Are Human Rights an Alternative to Moral Values?,

Nurmukhametova, Elvira, Problems in Connection with the Efficiency of the World Bank Inspection Panel,

Dann, Philipp/ Al-Ali, Zaid, The Internationalized Pouvoir Constituant – Constitution-Making Under External Influence in Iraq, Sudan and East Timor,

Leininger, Julia, Democracy and UN Peace-Keeping – Conflict Resolution through State-Building and Democracy Promotion in Haiti,

Moschtaghi, Ramin, Organisation and Jurisdiction of the Newly Established Afghan Courts – The Compliance of the Formal System of Justice with the Bonn Agreement,

Knust Rassekh Afshar, Mandana, The Case of an Afghan Apostate – The Right to a Fair Trial Between Islamic Law and Human Rights in the Afghan Constitution,

LL.M. Theses:

Klein Bronfman, Marcela, Fair and Equitable Treatment: An Evolving Standard,

Cherro Varela, Karina, The New Chilean Arbitration Law: Will Chile Become a New International Arbitration Venue?

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