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by Karin Oellers-Frahm,Andreas Zimmermann


Dispute Settlement in Public International Law: Texts and Materials epub

ISBN: 3540417435

ISBN13: 978-3540417439

Author: Karin Oellers-Frahm,Andreas Zimmermann

Category: Law

Subcategory: Administrative Law

Language: English

Publisher: Springer; 2nd completely rev. and updated ed. 2001 edition (June 8, 2001)

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The Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law.

ISBN-13: 978-3642625992. The Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law.

Read by Karin Oellers-Frahm.

Описание: Brownlie& Principles of Public International Law has been the definitive guide to international law for over 40 years.

Dispute Settlement in Public International Law, Texts and Materials Oellers-Frahm Karin, Zimmermann Andreas Springer 9783540417439 : In recent years, instruments and institutions for dispute. Описание: Brownlie& Principles of Public International Law has been the definitive guide to international law for over 40 years.

Dispute Settlement in Public International Law: Texts and Materials. Compiled by K. OELLERS-FRAHM and N. WUHLER. THESE two books complement each other, the one being a short guide and the other a collection of treaty provisions relating to dispute settlement. The first book provides a useful introduction to all the peaceful means of settlement of disputes listed in Article 33 of the UN Charter. Each method is defined, its evolution, various forms and current use discussed with a final sec-tion in each chapter assessing its significance.

Zimmermann, Dispute Set-tlement in Public International Law, Texts and Materials, 2001.

I. Introduction II. Reasons for Conflicting Jurisdiction. Zimmermann, Dispute Set-tlement in Public International Law, Texts and Materials, 2001. In international law, the judicial settlement of disputes is not entrusted to a pre-disposed system of jurisdiction; there does not exist an obliga-tory jurisdiction as in national law. Under Article 33 of the UN Char-ter, states are free to settle their disputes by any means they want to, so long as these means are peaceful; there is, thus, no obligation to have re-course to judicial settlement.

By (author) Karin Oellers-Frahm, Compiled by Norbert Wuhler.

Unlike an earlier collec tion published by the Max Planck Institute in 1961, which contained only treaties entered into by the Federal Republic of Germany, the attempt has been made in this volume to present texts and materials on international dispute settlement on a world wide scale.

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2010 and Oellers-Frahm and Zimmermann 2001. Dispute Settlement in Public International Law: Texts and Materials. Abbot, Kenneth, Robert Keohane, Andrew Moravcsik, Anne-Marie Slaughter, and Duncan Snidal. The Concept of Legalization. Oellers-Frahm, Karin, and Andreas Zimmermann, eds.

In recent years, instruments and institutions for dispute settlement have multiplied. They now cover almost all areas of international law ranging from international economic law and international criminal law to more traditional fields such as arbitration procedures. Given this development, it became necessary, if not mandatory, to envisage a revised, updated and considerably enlarged second edition of the standard compilation of texts and materials on dispute settlement in public international law, which was first published in 1984 under the auspices of the Heidelberg Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law. Continuing that tradition, the second edition has largely retained the purpose and concept of the publication, namely to make available to researchers, scholars and practitioners a comprehensive collection of more than 150 different instruments which are otherwise sometimes rather difficult to find elsewhere.