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If public law is about constituting, maintaining and regulating governance, as some contend, then how does this play out on the international level?”, asks Jan Klabbers, in his contribution Global Governance before the ICJ: Re-reading the WHA Opinion. William Schabas deals with the questions surrounding the “Complementarity” issue in respect of referrals to national jurisdictions by the ICTR. These are just two outstanding examples of a variety of topics covered in Volume 13 (2009) of the Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law.
Also dealt with are Self-Judging Clauses in International Dispute Settlement; the EU Law and UN Law in Conflict: The Kadi Case; the negotiations in respect of the Mediterranean Guidelines for the Determination of Environmental Liability and Compensation, as well as the new African Court of Justice and Human Rights, to name just a few.
Again a well balanced and interesting Volume.
List of Contributors Abbreviations
Global Governance before the ICJ: Re-reading the WHA Opinion
Schabas, William A.,
Anti-Complementarity: Referral to National Jurisdictions by the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
Schill, Stephan/ Briese, Robyn,
“If the State Considers”: Self-Judging Clauses in International Dispute Settlement
EU Law and UN Law in Conflict: The Kadi Case
The Mediterranean Guidelines for the Determination of Environmental Liability and Compensation: The Negotiations for the Instrument and the Question of Damage that Can Be Compensated
Two Decades of International Electoral Support:Challenges and Added Value
The System of EU Crisis Management - From Bringing Peace to Establishing Democracy?
Lost (or Found) in Transition? The Anatomy of the New African Court of Justice and Human Rights
Legal Issues Arising from the Possible Inclusion of Private Military Companies in UN Peacekeeping
The Relation between International Law, Islamic Law and Constitutional Law of the Islamic Republic of Iran -
A Multilayer System of Conflict?
Hoelck Thjoernelund, Marie Christine,
State of Necessity as an Exemption from State Responsibility for Investments