L Homme dans la Soci t Internationale
L’humanisme et le dévouement sont sans doute les caractères essentiels de l’œuvre juridique du Professeur Paul Tavernier, tant à l’Université qu’auprès des institutions diverses, spécialement européennes, auxquelles il a contribué. Plus de 80 auteurs se sont associés pour rendre hommage au Professeur Tavernier et ont décidé de s’inscrire dans le sillage de cet humanisme. Tout d’abord, en donnant pour titre aux Mélanges « L’homme dans la société internationale ». Ensuite, en choisissant des sujets d’études qui portent respectivement sur le droit international et les organisations internationales, la paix et la sécurité internationale, les droits de l’homme, la démocratie et l’État de droit, le droit international humanitaire et le droit international pénal et, pour finir, le dialogue entre les civilisations. L’ensemble donne un ouvrage d’une densité et d’une richesse exceptionnelles, issu de la plume des meilleurs spécialistes, en provenance du monde entier, des questions abordées : universitaires, juges nationaux et internationaux et avocats. L’universitaire, le praticien du droit, mais aussi la personne simplement intéressée par les questions abordées, tous trouveront dans cet ouvrage une référence utile pour la réflexion et la pratique.
The Council of Europe
The Council of Europe, of which all European States are members, plays a pivotal role in the promotion and protection of human rights, democracy, and the rule of law in Europe. Bringing together specialist scholars and practitioners, The Council of Europe: Its Laws and Policies offers profound insights into the functioning of the organization. The organization's primary and secondary law, its institutional structure, and its far-reaching fields of activities are comprehensively and systematically analysed. This volume investigates the impact of the Council's activities within the national legal systems of the Member States and the dense web of relationships between the Council of Europe and other international organisations. An important reference work on one of the most influential organizations in Europe, the book concludes that the Council of Europe has played a considerable role in the constitutionalization process of regional public international law.
Revue fran aise de droit administratif
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International Law in the New Age of Globalization
The essays in this volume address various challenges posed by globalization to the international legal order, in fields which include the use of force, humanitarian law, international trade and investment law, dispute resolution, human rights, and environmental law.
The United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. A burgeoning human rights movement followed, yielding many treaties and new international institutions and shaping the constitutions and laws of many states. Yet human rights continue to be contested politically and legally and there is substantial philosophical and theoretical debate over their foundations and implications. In this volume, distinguished philosophers, political scientists, international lawyers, environmentalists and anthropologists discuss some of the most difficult questions of human rights theory and practice: what do human rights require of the global economy? Does it make sense to secure them by force? What do they require in jus post bello contexts of transitional justice? Is global climate change a human rights issue? Is there a human right to democracy? Does the human rights movement constitute moral progress? For students of political philosophy, human rights, peace studies and international relations.
Article 31 3 c VCLT and the Principle of Systemic Integration
In Article 31(3)(c) VCLT and the Principle of Systemic Integration the author offers a detailed analysis of and innovative solutions to all the problems relating to Article 31(3)(c) VCLT and its application by international courts when interpreting treaty provisions.
In one of the most important publications on the European Convention and Court of Human Rights in recent years, a wide range of fundamental practical and theoretical problems of crucial importance are addressed in an original and critical way bringing a fresh, coherent and innovative order into well-known battle zones. The analysis revolves around the Courta (TM)s fair balance-test and comprises in-depth analyses of e.g. methods of interpretation, proportionality, the least onerous means-test, the notion of absolute rights, subsidiarity, formal and substantive principles, evidentiary standards, proceduralisation of substantive rights etc. The author coins the term of a oeprimaritya in order to clarify the obligation of the Contracting Parties to implement the Convention in domestic law.
Towards Implementing Universal Human Rights
This unique collection has been compiled to mark the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the activities of the Human Rights Committee established under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. It reflects various aspects of the Committee and its activities and is comprised of articles contributed exclusively by its members, past and present. The Festschrift is divided into five chapters. Chapter I comprises four articles dealing with the UN system of human rights protection in general and the role and work of the Human Rights Committee in particular. Chapter II contains two articles on the historical aspects of the Committee, both in retrospect and prospect. Chapter III covers three articles, each dealing with the Committee's different activities of a general nature, whereas Chapter IV includes six articles, each analyzing Committee activities of a specific nature. Chapter V is composed of only one article, a case study of domestic implementation of the Covenant. This is a must-have collection for government officials, academics, NGO personnel and students interested in studying human rights in a worldwide perspective.
The Age of Agade
The Age of Agade is the first book-length study of the Akkadian period of Mesopotamian history, which saw the rise and fall of the world’s first empire during more than a century of extraordinary political, social, and cultural innovation. It draws together more than 40 years of research by one of the world’s leading experts in Assyriology to offer an exhaustive survey of the Akkadian empire. Addressing all aspects of the empire, including its statecraft and military, territory and cities, arts, religion, economy, and production, The Age of Agade considers what can be said of Akkadian political and social history, material culture, and daily life. A final chapter also explores how the empire has been presented in modern historiography, from the decipherment of cuneiform to the present, including the extensive research of Soviet historians, summarized here in English for the first time. Drawing on contemporaneous written and artifactual sources, as well as relevant materials from succeeding generations, Foster introduces the reader to the wealth of evidence available. Accessibly written by a specialist in the field, this book is an engaging examination of a critical era in the history of early Mesopotamia.
A System of Moral Philosophy
Published posthumously in 1755, these volumes offer the most comprehensive account of the moral and political philosophy of Francis Hutcheson.