International law in the new age of globalization
Title By: Byrnes, Andrew [Edited by] | Hayashi, Mika [Edited by] | Michaelsen, Christopher [Edited by]Material type: BookPublisher: Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, c2013.Description: xv, 448 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9789004228801Program: MIST900Subject(s): International law | GlobalizationDDC classification: 341
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
The competence of the Security Council under the UN Charter to adopt sanctions : targeting private individulas / Christopher Michaelsen --- International dispute resolution in an era of globalization / Anna Spain -- The ICJ as a guardian of community interests? legal limitations on the use of provisional measures / Yoshiyuki Lee-Iwamoto -- Clearance of remnants of war and its assistance as collective responsibility : the case of the Ottawa Convention (Mine Ban Convention ) / Mika Hayashi -- The use of force and the emerging international judicial system / Philippa Webb -- The "interoperability" of international humanitarian law and human rights law : evaluating the legal tools available to negotiate their relationship / Sarah McCosker -- Regional streamlining of international trade and international human rights / Norms-Ljiljana Biukovic -- Managing fragmentation through governance : international environmental law in a globalized world / Karen N. Scott -- The public policy dimensions of MNE legal personality : is it time to unveil the masters of globalization? / Robin F. Hansen -- Norms of consultation with indigenous peoples : decentralization of international law formation or reinforcement of states' roles? / Dwight Newman -- Co-regulation and the role of transnational corporations as subjects in implementing international environmental law / Anastasia Telesetsky -- The parameters of vicarious corporate : criminal liability for genocide under international law / Michael J. Kelly -- Business corporations as non-state actors in international law : a brand-new international law-making process through investment treaty arbitration / Michael J. Kelly -- The significance of the recent enactment of Japan's Sovereign Immunity Act in the new age of globalization / Tomonori Mizushima -- Looking for legitimate claims : scope of NAFTA Chapter 11 and limitation of responsibility of host state / Charles-Emmanuel Cote.
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.