Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law, Volume 4 (2000)

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Now in its fourth year, the Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law is becoming a much sought-after forum for essays by the most distinguished professors in international law. These essays cover a variety of topics related to the activities of the United Nations: from the role of the Security Council to UN treaties, from environmental issues to humanitarian law.
Volume 4 focuses on new trends in the enforcement of erga omnes obligations and the role of International Law after Kosovo. It also contains topical articles such as "The International Labour Organization in its Second Century" and "The Thematic Rapporteurs and Working Groups of the United Antions Commission on Human Rights". This book is a must-have for any academic involved in international law.

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

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Zemanek, Karl, New Trends in the Enforcement of erga omnes Obligations

Eitel, Tono, The UN Security Council and its Future Contribution in the Field of International Law

Neuhold, Hanspeter, Collective Security After "Operation Allied Force"

Francioni, Francesco, Of War, Humanity and Justice: International Law After Kosovo

Lyman, Princeton N., Saving the UN Security Council - A Challenge for the United States

Charnovitz, Steve, The International Labour Organization in its Second Century

Yee, Sienho, The Time Limit for the Ratification of Proposed Amendments to the Constitutions of International Organizations

Treves, Tullio, Advisory Opinions of the International Court of Justice on Questions Raised by Other International Tribunals

Bank, Roland, Cooperation with the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in the Production of Evidence

van Boven, Theo, The Petition System under the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination

Rudolf, Beate, The Thematic Rapporteurs and Working Groups of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights

Gautier, Philippe, The Reparation for Injuries Case Revisited: The Personality of the European Union

Röben, Volker, Institutional Developments under Modern International Environmental Agreements

Wolfrum, Rüdiger/Matz, Nele, The Interplay of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and the Convention on Biological Diversity

Vigni, Patrizia, The Interaction between the Antarctic Treaty System and the Other Relevant Conventions Applicable to the Antarctic Area

Khan, Rahmatullah, United Nations Peace-keeping in Internal Conflicts

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