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The Resource A wiser century? : judicial dispute settlement, disarmament and the laws of war 100 years after the Second Hague Peace Conference, edited by Thomas Giegerich ; assistant editor, Ursula E. Heinz

A wiser century? : judicial dispute settlement, disarmament and the laws of war 100 years after the Second Hague Peace Conference, edited by Thomas Giegerich ; assistant editor, Ursula E. Heinz

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A wiser century? : judicial dispute settlement, disarmament and the laws of war 100 years after the Second Hague Peace Conference
Title
A wiser century?
Title remainder
judicial dispute settlement, disarmament and the laws of war 100 years after the Second Hague Peace Conference
Statement of responsibility
edited by Thomas Giegerich ; assistant editor, Ursula E. Heinz
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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OHX
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no index present
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non fiction
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bibliography
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1947-
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  • Giegerich, Thomas
  • Heinz, Ursula E.
  • Universität Kiel
Series statement
Veröffentlichungen des Walther-Schücking-Instituts für internationales Recht an der Universität Kiel̈,
Series volume
Bd. 173
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Humanitarian law
  • War (International law)
  • Dispute resolution (Law)
  • Disarmament
Label
A wiser century? : judicial dispute settlement, disarmament and the laws of war 100 years after the Second Hague Peace Conference, edited by Thomas Giegerich ; assistant editor, Ursula E. Heinz
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Publication
Copyright
Note
"The papers published in this volume were presented at an international symposium organized by the Walther Schücking Institute for International Law and held at Kiel from 8-10 November 2007"--Pref
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
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nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Disarmament obligations of and assurances of non-use by nuclear weapons states
  • Heike Krieger
  • Keeping weapons of mass destruction from terrorists - an international law perspective
  • Christian Schaller
  • Conventional disarmament - nothing new on the Geneva front?
  • Knut Dörmann
  • International humanitarian law in the European Union's common foreign and security policy, in particular the EU code of conduct on arms exports
  • Christiane Höhn
  • Protean Jus ad Bellum
  • Sean D. Murphy
  • Prevention and containment of war - two fateful missions unaccomplished
  • The international community's "responsibility to protect" populations from war crimes and other international crimes
  • Christine Gray
  • Preventing and rebuilding failed states
  • Kirsten Schmalenbach
  • Humanitarian law and human rights: intersecting circles or separate spheres?
  • Dagmar Richter
  • Can victims of human rights violations claim damages?
  • Rainer Hofmann
  • From trusteeship to self-determinationa and back again: the role of the Hague regulations in the evolution of international trusteeship and the framework of rights and duties of occupying powers
  • Ralph Wilde
  • Thomas Giegerich
  • The law on the unilateral termination of occupation
  • Eyal Benventisti
  • A return to trusteeship? A comment on international territorial administration
  • Gregory H. Fox
  • The International Committee of the Red Cross and the challenges of today's armed conflicts
  • Robert Heinsch
  • The ICRC's compilation of the customary rules of humanitarian law
  • Walter Kälin
  • Terrorism and asymmetric conflicts - a role for the Martens clause?
  • Hans-Hoachim Heintze
  • Walther Schückling's contribution to the international rule of law
  • Nowhere to go? - the obligation to settle disputes peacefully in the absence of compulsory jurisdiction
  • Karin Oellers-Frahm
  • How has Article 36 (2) of the ICJ statute fared?
  • Bruno Simma
  • The continued relevance of compromissory clauses as a source of ICJ jurisdiction
  • Christian J. Tams
  • The Aegean conflict - an unsettled despute in Turkey's EU accession course
  • Frank Hoffmeister
  • The European Court of Justice getting in the way: the abortive MOX Plant arbitration
  • Oliver Dörr
  • Jost Delbrück
  • Panel discussion: Has international law civilized conflicts since 1907?
  • Christine Chinkin, Christian Tomuschat, Natalino Ronzitti
  • The Hague Peace Conferences and a century of further struggles
  • Stephen C. Neff
  • Weapons of mass destruction: reduction of stockpiles and non-proliferation
  • Ian Anthony
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
522 pages
Isbn
9783428130405
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010369124
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)429980393
Label
A wiser century? : judicial dispute settlement, disarmament and the laws of war 100 years after the Second Hague Peace Conference, edited by Thomas Giegerich ; assistant editor, Ursula E. Heinz
Publication
Copyright
Note
"The papers published in this volume were presented at an international symposium organized by the Walther Schücking Institute for International Law and held at Kiel from 8-10 November 2007"--Pref
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Disarmament obligations of and assurances of non-use by nuclear weapons states
  • Heike Krieger
  • Keeping weapons of mass destruction from terrorists - an international law perspective
  • Christian Schaller
  • Conventional disarmament - nothing new on the Geneva front?
  • Knut Dörmann
  • International humanitarian law in the European Union's common foreign and security policy, in particular the EU code of conduct on arms exports
  • Christiane Höhn
  • Protean Jus ad Bellum
  • Sean D. Murphy
  • Prevention and containment of war - two fateful missions unaccomplished
  • The international community's "responsibility to protect" populations from war crimes and other international crimes
  • Christine Gray
  • Preventing and rebuilding failed states
  • Kirsten Schmalenbach
  • Humanitarian law and human rights: intersecting circles or separate spheres?
  • Dagmar Richter
  • Can victims of human rights violations claim damages?
  • Rainer Hofmann
  • From trusteeship to self-determinationa and back again: the role of the Hague regulations in the evolution of international trusteeship and the framework of rights and duties of occupying powers
  • Ralph Wilde
  • Thomas Giegerich
  • The law on the unilateral termination of occupation
  • Eyal Benventisti
  • A return to trusteeship? A comment on international territorial administration
  • Gregory H. Fox
  • The International Committee of the Red Cross and the challenges of today's armed conflicts
  • Robert Heinsch
  • The ICRC's compilation of the customary rules of humanitarian law
  • Walter Kälin
  • Terrorism and asymmetric conflicts - a role for the Martens clause?
  • Hans-Hoachim Heintze
  • Walther Schückling's contribution to the international rule of law
  • Nowhere to go? - the obligation to settle disputes peacefully in the absence of compulsory jurisdiction
  • Karin Oellers-Frahm
  • How has Article 36 (2) of the ICJ statute fared?
  • Bruno Simma
  • The continued relevance of compromissory clauses as a source of ICJ jurisdiction
  • Christian J. Tams
  • The Aegean conflict - an unsettled despute in Turkey's EU accession course
  • Frank Hoffmeister
  • The European Court of Justice getting in the way: the abortive MOX Plant arbitration
  • Oliver Dörr
  • Jost Delbrück
  • Panel discussion: Has international law civilized conflicts since 1907?
  • Christine Chinkin, Christian Tomuschat, Natalino Ronzitti
  • The Hague Peace Conferences and a century of further struggles
  • Stephen C. Neff
  • Weapons of mass destruction: reduction of stockpiles and non-proliferation
  • Ian Anthony
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
522 pages
Isbn
9783428130405
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010369124
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)429980393

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