A Wiser Century? : Judicial Dispute Settlement, Disarmament and the Laws of War 100 Years after the Second Hague Peace Conference

Main description: The Hague Peace Conferences of 1899 and 1907 dealt with three interlinked topics: the peaceful settlement of disputes, including by arbitration; the restriction of armaments and military budgets; the laws of war. The first two were aimed at preventing the outbreak of war, not by re...

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Main Author: Giegerich, Thomas
Other Authors: Heinz, Ursula E
Format: eBook
Published: Berlin Duncker & Humblot 2009
Edition:1. Aufl.
Series:Veröffentlichungen des Walther-Schücking-Instituts für Internationales Recht an der Universität Kiel
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Collection: Duncker & Humblot eBooks 2007- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Inhalt: Introduction: T. Giegerich, Prevention and Containment of War: Two Fateful Missions Unaccomplished - J. Delbrück, Walther Schücking's Contribution to the International Rule of Law - S. C. Neff, The Hague Peace Conferences and a Century of Further Struggles - Non-Proliferation and Disarmament: I. Anthony, Weapons of Mass Destruction: Reduction of Stockpiles and Non-Proliferation - H. Krieger, Disarmament Obligations of and Assurances of Non-Use by Nuclear Weapon States - C. Schaller, Keeping Weapons of Mass Destruction from Terrorists. An International Law Perspective - K. Dörmann, Conventional Disarmament: Nothing New on the Geneva Front? - C. Höhn, International Humanitarian Law in the European Union's Common Foreign and Security Policy, in Particular the EU Code of Conduct on Arms Exports - The Ups and Downs of International Humanitarian Law: S. D. Murphy, Protean Jus ad Bellum - C.
  • Gray, The International Community's "Responsibility to Protect" Populations from War Crimes and Other International Crimes - K. Schmalenbach, Preventing and Rebuilding Failed States - D. Richter, Humanitarian Law and Human Rights: Intersecting Circles or Separate Spheres? - R. Hofmann, Can Victims of Human Rights Violations Claim Damages? - R. Wilde, From Trusteeship to Self-Determination 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 - E. Benvenisti, The Law on the Unilateral Termination of Occupation - G. H. Fox, A Return to Trusteeship? A Comment on International Territorial Administration - R. Heinsch, The International Committee of the Red Cross and the Challenges of Today's Armed Conflicts - W. Kälin, The ICRC's Compilation of the Customary Rules of Humanitarian Law - H.-J.
  • Heintze, Terrorism and Asymmetric Conflicts: A Role for the Martens Clause? - Dispute Settlement by International Courts or Arbitral Tribunals: K. Oellers-Frahm, Nowhere to Go? The Obligation to Settle Disputes Peacefully in the Absence of Compulsory Jurisdiction - B. Simma, How Has Article 36 (2) of the ICJ Statute Fared? - C. J. Tams, The Continued Relevance of Compromissory Clauses as a Source of ICJ Jurisdiction - F. Hoffmeister, The Aegean Conflict. An Unsettled Dispute in Turkey's EU Accession Course - O. Dörr, The European Court of Justice Getting in the Way: The Abortive MOX Plant Arbitration - C. Chinkin / C. Tomuschat / N. Ronzitti, Panel Discussion: Has International Law Civilized Conflicts since 1907?.