Institutional Supports for the International Rule of Law

Institutional Supports for the International Rule of Law

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780415857369
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 08/26/2014
Series: Challenges of Globalisation Series
Pages: 194
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Charles Sampford is the Director of the Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law,Griffith University, Australia, a joint initiative with the United Nations University, Griffith, QUT, ANU, Jindal Global University and the Center for Asian Integrity in Manila.

Ramesh Thakur is the Director of the Centre for Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament (CNND) in the Crawford School, Australian National University.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction Charles Sampford and Ramesh Thakur Part 1 2. International Criminal Justice: At the vortex of power, norms and a sifting global order Ramesh Thakur 3. Norms as Frames for Institutions: The Pact of Paris, Nuremberg, and the International Rule of Law William Maley 4. Rethinking international Rule of Law: International Rule of Law as International Legitimacy Jean-Marc Coicaud Part 2 5. Special Rapporteurs and the Development of the International Rule of Law Michael Kirby 6. International Criminal Court in the Development of International Rule of Law: A reflection of Asian/African views Rahmat Mohamad 7. The Building of the International Rule of Law through the Work of the International Criminal Courts Vesselin Popovski 8. National Militaries and the Development of the International Rule of Law John Sanderson 9. The Prospects for UN Security Council Reform: Implications for the international rule of law Sam Daws Part 3 10. Disputes over Exemplary Justice: The situation in the Republic of Kenya before the International Criminal Court Edwin Bikundo 11. No Longer a Moot Point: International NGO Tribunals Charles Sampford 12. Refugee Machinery and the Development of the International Rule of Law Angus Francis

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