Coexistence, Cooperation and Solidarity: Liber Amicorum Rüdiger Wolfrum

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Holger P. Hestermeyer
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2011 - Law - 2 pages
This Liber Amicorum, dedicated to Judge Rüdiger Wolfrum of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, highlights paradigmatic changes in international law, a body of law which moved during the 20th century from a law of coexistence to one of cooperation and which is now about to reflect notions of solidarity going even beyond cooperative undertakings. This leitmotif of Rüdiger Wolfrum s academic research and judgeship is represented in a comprehensive collection of essays by eminent scholars and practitioners of international law covering specific aspects of international law, including law of the sea, human rights, international environmental law, international dispute settlement, peace and security, global governance and domestic law. With its multifaceted and comprehensive overview of the evolution of international law in recent years and detailed study of current challenges this collection is a unique source of insight for all those interested in this fascinating field of law.
 

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Doris König, M.C.L. (1982), Prof., Dr. iur. (1989) is a Professor of Public Law, European and International Law at Bucerius Law School, Hamburg. Her main research areas include European Union Law, International Environmental Law, the International Law of the Sea and Human Rights Law. She is the chairperson of the International Foundation for the Law of the Sea and has extensively published on law of the sea issues.

Peter-Tobias Stoll, Prof., Dr. iur. (1993) is a Professor of Public Law and International Law at Göttingen University, Germany and a Director at the Institute of International Law and European Law. Together with Rüdiger Wolfrum, he serves as general editor of the Max-Planck-Commentaries of World Trade Law. He chairs the International Economic Interest Group of the European Society of International Law. Also, he is the German Director of the Sino-German Institute for Legal Studies of the Universities of Nanjing and Göttingen.

Volker Röben, Prof. Dr. iur., LLM, LLM, is Professor of Public International Law, Swansea University School of Law.

Silja Vöneky, Prof., Dr. jur. (2001), is a Professor of Public International Law, Comparative Law, and Ethics of Law at the University of Freiburg i. Br., Germany. Her areas of focus include International Law, International Humanitarian Law, International Environmental Law, the Law of the Sea, the relation of Ethics and Law, and German and Foreign Public Law.

Anja Seibert-Fohr, S.J.D. (2004) in International Law, George Washington University, is Head of the Minerva Research Group at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg. She has published extensively on international human rights, international criminal law and comparative constitutional law including Prosecuting Serious Human Rights Violations (OUP 2009), and co-edited the Max Planck Commentaries on World Trade Law (Vol. 3, Brill 2007).

Nele Matz-Lück, LL.M. (2001), Dr. jur. (2003) is a senior research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg. Her research focus covers different fields of public international law including the law of the sea, international environmental law and the law of treaties.

Holger Hestermeyer, Dr. iur. (2006) is head of the Otto Hahn Group at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg. He has published widely on international and constitutional law, including Human Rights and the WTO (OUP, 2007) and - as co-editor - Vol. 5 of the Max Planck Commentaries on World Trade Law (Brill, 2011).

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