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Overview

The present collection of essays for Martti Koskenniemi provides a wide-ranging overview of the state of Nordic international legal scholarship. In addition to the more theoretical discussions, it engages with a variety of current debates (such as the war on terrorism, the criminalization of international law and the position of human rights in the European Union, for example). The collection, with a mixture of academics and practitioners, will prove useful to scholars in international law, international relations and related disciplines, as well as officials of states and international organizations.

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From the Publisher
'This birthday present is a fitting tribute to an inspired scholar/guide'.
Daniel Warner, Nordic Journal of International Law, Volume 73.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789004136168
  • Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 11/19/2003
  • Pages: 532
  • Product dimensions: 6.56 (w) x 9.64 (h) x 1.58 (d)

Meet the Author

Jarna Petman is a Research Fellow at the Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights, teaching international law and legal theory at the Univeristy of Helsinki. Her main publications include a book on the law governing the use of force co-authored in Finnish in 1999, Voimankäytön oikeuttaminen ja sotilaallisten järjestelmien muutokset Euroopassa ja Suomessa.
Jan Klabbers is Professor of International Law at the University of Helsinki. His main books include The Concept of Treaty in International Law (1994) and An Introduction to International Institutional Law (2003).
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Table of Contents

Editors: Introduction,
Inger Österdahl: The Surprising Originality of the African Charter on Human Rights and People’s Rights,
Pål Wrange: The Prince and the Discourse: Commenting and Advising on International Law,
Martin Scheinin: Capital Punishment and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights: Some Issues of Interpretation in the Practice of the Human Rights Committee,
Holger Rotkirch: A Peace Institute on the War-Path: The Application of the Treaty on Open Skies to the Neutralized and Demilitarized Åland Islands and the Powers of the Åland Autonomy,
Allan Rosas: Construing International Law and Order,
Jarna Petman: The Problem of Evil and International Law,
Merja Pentikäinen: The Right to Speak for the Women’s Cause: May Also Women Participate? The Case of the Holy See in the UN,
Esa Paasivirta: Human Rights, Diplomacy and Sanctions: Aspects to ‘Human Rights Clauses’ in the External Agreements of the European Union,
Tuomas Ojanen: The times they are a-changin’ — the Reaction of European Courts and National Courts,
Gregor Noll: Force, Partisanship, Dislocation: An Essay on International Law in the State of the Exceptional,
Rein Müllerson: International Law Between Anarchy and Hegemony,
Timo Makkonen: Between Anti-Essentialism and Anti-Everything — Is There Anything? On Critique, Cross-Disciplinarity and Culture,
Päivi Leino: When Every Picture Tells a Story: The European Court of Justice and the Jigsaw Puzzle of External Human Rights Competence,
Marja Lehto: Terrorism in International Law — an Empty Box or Pandora’s Box?,
Tuomas Kuokkanen: Putting Gentle Pressure on Parties: Recent Trends in the Practice of the Implementation Committee under the Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution,
Erkki Kourula: Questions and Observations Relating to the International Criminal Court,
Timo Koivurova: What Is the Principle of Due Diligence?,
Jan Klabbers: (I Can't Get No) Recognition: Subjects Doctrine and the Emergence of Non-State Actors,
Päivi Kaukoranta: Negotiations of the Treaty on Open Skies Revisited: Finnish Features,
Marie Jacobsson: Maritime Security: an Individual or a Collective Responsibility?,
Joni Heliskosk: Fundamental Rights versus Economic Freedoms in the European Union: Which Paradigm?,
Lauri Hannikainen: The World after 11 September 2001: Is the Prohibition of the Use of Force Disintegrating?,
Rolf Einar Fife: The Duty to Render Assistance at Sea: Some Reflections after Tampa,
Ove Bring: Dag Hammarskjöld and the Issue of Humanitarian Intervention,
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Cases.
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