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Politics, Values and Functions: International Law in the 21st Century; Essays in Honor of Professor Louis Henkin

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The editors and contributors have formed this collection to honor Louis Henkin in his 80th year. He has contributed greatly to the fields of international and constitutional law, to teaching and scholarship, to the international community and to each of the contributors and editors personally. They wanted to acknowledge his outstanding work and they wanted to inspire the next generation of international lawyers by highlighting the impact of Henkin's contribution to international and constitutional scholarship. The editors believe the essays in this collection demonstrate tangibly what can be accomplished by a great and committed mind. The international community profits greatly from his commitment.
As will be clear from the list of authors, the topics are dealt with in an outstanding manner; quality needs no praise.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789041105141
  • Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 11/1/1997
  • Pages: 488

Table of Contents

Introduction; J. Charney, D. Anton, M.E. O'Connell.
1. Questions of Theory. The Decline of the Nation-State and its Implications for International Law; O. Schachter.
Peaceful Separation: 'A New Virus'? E. Stein.
Community Based on Autonomy; T.M. Franck.
Third Party Dispute Settlement and International Law; J.I. Charney.
Interim Measures for the Protection of Human Rights; R. Higgins.
'The Court Cannot Conclude Definitively.' Non Liquet Revisited; P. Weil.
2. Constitutional Questions. Nationalizing International Law: Essay in Honor of Louis Henkin; A.F. Lowenfeld.
International Agreements, The Senate and the Constitution; D.F. Vagts.
The Great 1994 Sovereignty Debate: United States Acceptance and Implementation of the Uruguay Round Results; J.H. Jackson.
Historic Influences of American Constitutionalism upon German Constitutional Development: Federalism and Judicial Review; H. Steinberger.
3. Human Rights Inquiries. Modern Constitutions and Human Rights Treaties; T. Buergenthal.
Derogations under Article 15 of the European Convention on Human Rights; R. St. J. Macdonald.
Francis Lieber's Code and Principles of Humanity; T. Meron.
Reflections on International Criminal Prosecution and Punishment of Violations of Humanitarian Law; A. Cassese.
4. Questions of Ocean Law. Managing the Law of the Sea: Ambassador Pardo's Forgotten Second Idea; L.B. Sohn.
Whither International Institutional Arrangements to Support Ocean Law? L.A. Kimball.
Law for the Sea's Biological Diversity; D.K. Anton.
U.S. Security Interests in a Post-Cold War World and the Law of the Sea; E.L. Miles.
Human Rights and the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea; B.H. Oxman.
5. Use of Force. Force, a Culture of Law, and American Interests; J.L. Hargrove.
Use of Force and Constitutionalism; L.F. Damrosch.
Regulating the Use of Force in the 21st Century: The Continuing Importance of State Autonomy; M.E. O'Connell.
Louis Henkin Selected Publications and Presentations.
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