Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law, 2001

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Jochen Abr Frowein, Christiane E. Philipp
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Nov 1, 2001 - Law - 777 pages
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Now in its fifth year, the "Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law" is becoming a much sought-after forum for essays by the most distinguished professors in international law. These essays cover a variety of topics related to the activities of the United Nations: from the role of the Security Council to UN treaties, from environmental issues to humanitarian law. The "Yearbook" also contains essays e.g. on the World Bank, the IAEA, and the WTO. Volume 5 focuses in particular on the international dispute settlement system with articles on the activities of international courts and tribunals as well as the contributions to settlement of disputes by other institutions such as the World Bank Inspection Panel. But there are also tackled subjects as the future of peace-keeping, the UN Transitional Administration in Kosovo and East Timor, as well as human rights and their implementation. This book is a must-have for any academic involved in international law. For more information on this yearbook please visit the website of the Max Planck Institute
 

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Contents

Watts Sir Arthur
21
Warioba Joseph Sinde
42
OettersFrahm Karin
67
Stahn Carsten
105
Suez Srebrenica Rwanda and the Brahimi Report
185
Stroh Dagmar
249
Aust Anthony
285
Symonides Janusz
307
SeibertFohr Anja
399
Roos Stefanie Ricarda
473
Dinstein Yoram
523
Oude Elferink Alex G
551
Deficient Relationship
609
Ohlboff Stefan Schloemann Hannes
675
Book Reviews
735
Copyright

Buergentbal Thomas
341

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