International Law and Power: Perspectives on Legal Order and Justice : Essays in Honour of Colin Warbrick

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Kaiyan Homi Kaikobad, Michael Bohlander
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2009 - 593 עמודים
Undoubtedly one of the paragons of public international law in contemporary times, Colin Warbrick is truly held in high esteem by his peers at home and abroad. His breadth of knowledge is reflected in a large number of scholarly works and in his appointment as a Specialist Adviser to the Select Committee on the Constitution of the House of Lords and as a consultant to both the Council of Europe and OSCE. This "festschrift" celebrates on his retirement as Barber Professor of Jurisprudence at Birmingham University, his extraordinary talent and academic career by bringing together a group of eminent judges, practitioners and academics to write on international human rights, international criminal justice and international order and security, fields in which Professor Warbrick has left an indelible mark.

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Chapter One Collective Complaints Under the European Social
Chapter Two The European Convention on Human Rights
Non Liquet and International Law
A Sceptical
Chapter Five The Nature of State Obligations in Relation to Child
The Nature of International
Chapter Seven International Organisations and International Human
Chapter Nine Neither Here Nor There? The Status of International
Chapter Thirteen Explosive Remnants of the War between Eritrea
Chapter Fourteen International Law and the Violence of NonState
Chapter Fifteen The Disordered Medley of International Tribunals
Concept and Substance in
Chapter Seventeen Does the Optional Clause Still Matter?
A Search for Their
British Military
Chapter Twenty Non Consensual Aerial Surveillance in the Airspace

Chapter Ten Killing Many to Save a Few? Preliminary Thoughts about
Chapter Eleven Conduct and Proof of Conduct Two Fundamental
The Bosnian Genocide

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Professor K. H. Kaikobad" formerly Legal Adviser to the Government of Bahrain, is currently Director of Research at the Law School, Brunel University. As a specialist in title to territory, both land and maritime, he has published extensively in this and other areas of international law, including the law of the United Nations and international adjudication and arbitration. His three monographs reflect these interests. A member of the Pakistan High Court Bar, Professor Kaikobad has advised a number of governmental entities and professional societies and has broadcast extensively via radio and television on various international crises, including the conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran and the Kashmir dispute. Professor Michael Bohlander was a member of the German judiciary for over 13 years up to 2004 when he joined the Law School, University of Durham. Between 1999 and 2001, he was the Senior Legal Officer of Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. Among other notable achievements, Professor Bohlander is the editor-in-chief of the "International Criminal Law Review." He has published nine books and monographs and over 100 scholarly works in comparative and international criminal law, transitional justice, the judiciary and the legal profession. His work has been cited by the highest German courts.

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