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Titel: Towards World Constitutionalism: Issues in the Legal Ordering of the World Community

ISBN: 9004146121
EAN: 9789004146129
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Ronald St John MacDonald, Douglas M. Johnston
BRILL ACADEMIC PUB

Oktober 2005 - gebunden - 968 Seiten

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This collection of essays is an important resource for scholars and practitioners, and for all those concerned with the future of international law, and the world community.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Foreword Ambassador Tommy Koh;
Part 1: Foundations of the International Legal Community;
1. World Constitutionalism in the Theory of International Law Douglas M. Johnston;
2. Multilateralism in the Age of US Hegemony Christian Tomuschat;
3. American Unilateralism and the Rule of Law Robert F. Turner;
4. International Democratic Constitutionalism Brun-Otto Bryde;
Part 2: Uniformity and Diversity in International Law;
5. The Globalisation of Philosophy and the Philosophy of Globalisation Philip Allott;
6. A Transcivilizational Perspective on Global Legal Order in the Twenty-First Century Yasuaki Onuma;
7. International Law as a Cultural Perspective: Towards a Convergence of Civilizations? Saeid Mirzaee-Yengejeh;
8. Fragmentation of International Law? A View from Russia Roman A. Kolodkin;
9. Centrifugal and Centripetal Tendencies in the International System: Some Reflections V.S. Mani;
10. Universalism, Regionalism and Localism in the Age of Globalization Wladyslaw Czaplinski;
11. The Search for Universal Justice Eric Wyler and Alain Papaux;
Part 3: Geopolitics, Values and the Clash of Civilizations;
12. Contributions of Islam to the Development of a Global Community Based on Rules of International Law Ahmed Abou-El-Wafa;
13. Developing Countries in the Group of 77: A Journey in Multilateral Diplomacy 1964-2004 Awni Behnam;
14. America's Doctrines: The Monroe and Bush Doctrines Compared Alfred P. Rubin;
Part 4: The Historical Development of International Legal Institutions;
15. The Basic Principles of UN Charter Law Karl Zemanek;
16. The Legislative Powers of the United Nations Security Council (NO) Munir Akram and Syed Haider Shah;
17. Legislative Powers of the Security Council Axel Marschik;
18. Contribution of the General Assembly to the Constitutional Development and Interpretation of the United Nations Charter Manuel Rama-Montaldo;
19. The Relevance of International Adjudication Revisited: Reflections on the Need and Quest for International Compulsory Jurisdiction Antonio Augusto Cancado Trindade;
20. The Legal Ordering of International Trade: From GATT to the WTO Donald M. McRae;
21. The Legal Ordering of Environmental Protection Alexandre Kiss;
22. Accountability of International Organizations: A Critical View Gerhard Hafner;
23. Forging a Multilayered System of Global Governance Charlotte Ku;
Part 5: Confrontations with Established Principles of International Law;
24. Security Concerns and National Sovereignty in the Age of World-Wide Terrorism Vaughan Lowe;
25. Terrorism and Non-State Organizations B.G. Ramcharan;
26. The Doctrine of "Just War" and Contemporary International Law (DISK) Benedetto Conforti;
27. Pirates, the Enemies of Humankind, and the Concept of Universal Jurisdiction Hilario G. Davide, Jr.;
28. The Legitimacy of "Leader States": The Demise of State Equality Sienho Yee;
Part 6: Idealism and the Arena: International Law under Stress;
29. Solidarity as a Constitutional Principle: Its Expanding Role and Inherent Limitations Karel Wellens;
30. Straddling Law and Politics: Judicial Review in International Law Jan Klabbers;
31. The Meaning of International Constitutional Law Bardo Fassbender;
32. The International Community as a Legal Community Ronald St. J. Macdonald;
33. The United Nations of the Future B.G.Ramcharan; About the Contributors; Index.
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