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Max Planck yearbook of United Nations law. Volume 7, 2003 [electronic resource] / editors, Jochen A. Frowein, R�udiger Wolfrum ; managing editor, Christiane E. Philipp.

Contributor(s): Frowein, Jochen Abr, 1934- | Wolfrum, R�udiger | Philipp, Christiane, 1959- | Max-Planck-Institut f�ur Ausl�andisches �Offentliches Recht und V�olkerrecht.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Leiden [Netherlands] ; Boston : Martinus Nijhoff Pub., c2004Description: 1 online resource.ISBN: 9789047412892 (electronic bk.); 9047412893 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): United Nations | International law | International agencies | International courts | LAW -- InternationalGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 341 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
List of Contributors; Abbreviations; The Attack of September 11, 2001, the WarsAgainst the Taliban and Iraq: Is There a Need to Reconsider International Law on the Recourse to Force and the Rules in Armed Conflict?; The Classification of States and the Creation of Status within the International Community; All Illusions Shattered? Looking Back on a Decade of Failed Attempts toReform the UN Security Council; Regional Integration According to Article XXIVGATT -- Between Law and Politics; The Prospects of 21st Century Constitutionalism; Focus: ICC and International Criminal Law; Annex.
Summary: Now in its seventh year, the Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law has become a much sought-after forum for essays in international law related to the UN. Volume seven is divided into two parts. The first part comprises topics like the wars against the Taliban and Iraq with an emphasis on the use of force and rules in armed conflict, as well as the question of so-called Rogue States and how to deal with them, or how to proceed with the Security Council Reform after a decade of failed attempts to reform it. The second part deals with the ICC and international criminal law. This volume is th.
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"Max-Planck-Institut f�ur ausl�andisches �offentliches Recht und V�olkerrecht."

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List of Contributors; Abbreviations; The Attack of September 11, 2001, the WarsAgainst the Taliban and Iraq: Is There a Need to Reconsider International Law on the Recourse to Force and the Rules in Armed Conflict?; The Classification of States and the Creation of Status within the International Community; All Illusions Shattered? Looking Back on a Decade of Failed Attempts toReform the UN Security Council; Regional Integration According to Article XXIVGATT -- Between Law and Politics; The Prospects of 21st Century Constitutionalism; Focus: ICC and International Criminal Law; Annex.

Now in its seventh year, the Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law has become a much sought-after forum for essays in international law related to the UN. Volume seven is divided into two parts. The first part comprises topics like the wars against the Taliban and Iraq with an emphasis on the use of force and rules in armed conflict, as well as the question of so-called Rogue States and how to deal with them, or how to proceed with the Security Council Reform after a decade of failed attempts to reform it. The second part deals with the ICC and international criminal law. This volume is th.

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