Austrian Review of International and European Law 2001

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Gerhard Loibl
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Jan 1, 2003 - Law - 474 pages
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The Austrian Review of International and European Law is an annual publication that provides a scholarly forum for the discussion of issues of public international and European law, with particular emphasis on topics of special interest for Austria. Its analytical articles focus on theoretical questions, current developments, and emerging tendencies in all areas of the field, including detailed reviews of relevant recent literature. Issues of human rights law and the law of international organisations are also covered. An important integral element of the Review is its digest of Austrian practice in public international law, encompassing both executive and judicial developments. The editorial board and advisory board comprise scholars and practitioners in public international and European law, ensuring that the Review adequately reflects the interrelationships between current developments and the continuing evolution of this important area of legal theory and practice.
 

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Contents

Malgosia Fitzmaurice
3
Michael Schoiswohl
45
Erich Schweighofer
91
David Turns
123
Dieter Blumenwitz
183
Noelle Quenivet
205
Markus Reiterer
241
AUSTRIAN PRACTICE IN INTERNATIONAL LAW 20002001
265
Stephan Wittich Konrad G Biihler Otto Dietrich Michael Schoiswohl
281
Isabelle Buffard Christian Ebner Gerhard Hafner
361
BOOK REVIEWS
435
BOOK NOTES
463
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