From Bilateralism to Community Interest
Essays in Honour of Bruno Simma
Edited by Ulrich Fastenrath, Rudolf Geiger, Daniel-Erasmus Khan, Andreas Paulus, Sabine von Schorlemer, and Christoph Vedder
Table of Contents
Bruno Simma: Teacher and Judge
1: Rosalyn Higgins: From Academic to Judge
2: Christopher McCrudden: Speech in Honour of Bruno Simma's Election to the International Court of Justice
3: Eric Stein: Bruno Simma, The Positivist?
4: Gerd Westdickenberg: Bruno Simma: A Friend, an Academic Teacher and a Partner Before Court
From Westphalia to World Community: Theoretical Perspectives on International Law
5: Andrea Bianchi: The Fight for Inclusion: Non-State Actors and International Law
6: Ulrich Fastenrath: A Political Theory of Law: Escaping the Aporia of the Debate on the Validity of Legal Argument in Public International Law
7: Benedict Kingsbury, Megan Donaldson: From Bilateralism to Publicness in International Law
8: Martti Koskenniemi: The Political Theology of Trade Law: The Scholastic Contribution
9: Andreas Paulus: Reciprocity Revisited
10: Dirk Pulkowski: Universal International Law's Grammar
11: Steven Ratner: From Enlightened Positivism to Cosmopolitan Justice: Obstacles and Opportunities
12: Peter-Tobias Stoll: The WTO as a Club: Rethinking Reciprocity and Common Interest
13: Daniel Thürer, Martin Zobl: Are Nuclear Weapons Really Legal? - Thoughts on the Sources of International Law and a Conception of the Law imperio rationis Instead of ratione imperii
The Institutional Dimension of Community Interests
14: Wolfgang Benedek: Multi-Stakeholderism in the Development of International Law
15: Brun-Otto Bryde: Transnational Democracy
16: James Crawford: Responsibilities for Breaches of Communitarian Norms: An Appraisal of Article 48 of the ILC Articles on Responsibility of States for Wrongful Acts
17: Vera Gowlland-Debbas: An Emerging International Public Policy?
18: Meinhard Hilf, Tim René Salomon: Running in Circles - Regionalism in World Trade and How It Will Lead Back to Multilateralism
19: Wolfgang Münch: The UN Laissez Passer - Legal Reflections and Managerial Issues
20: Hanspeter Neuhold: Legal Crisis Management: Lawfulness and Legitimacy of the Use of Force
21: Anne Peters: The Responsibility to Protect: Spelling out the Hard Legal Consequences for the UN Security Council and its Members
22: Pemmaraju Sreenivasa Rao: The International Community and the Developing Countries - The International Community: Factual Interdependencies
23: Sabine von Schorlemer: Implications of the World Financial Crisis - What Role for the UN?
24: Werner Schroeder, Andreas Th. Müller: Elements of Supranationality in the Law of International Organisations
25: Christian J. Tams: Individual States as Guardians of Community Interests
26: Friedl Weiss: Sketching 'Community interest' in EU Law
Placing Human Rights Centre Stage
27: Orna Ben-Naftali: Human, All Too Human Rights: Humanitarian Ethics and the Annihilation of Sodom and Gomorrah
28: Benedetto Conforti: The Specifity of Human Rights and International Law
29: Bardo Fassbender: Architectural Clarity or Creative Ambiguity? - The Place of the Human Rights Council in the Institutional Structure of the United Nations
30: Peter Hilpold: From Humanitarian Intervention to R2P: Making Utopia True?
31: Eckart Klein: Denunciation of Human Rights Treaties and the Principle of Reciprocity
32: Friedrich Kratochwil: Human Rights and Democracy: Is There a Place for Actual People(s)?
33: Hisashi Owada: Human Security and International Law
34: Alain Pellet and Daniel Müller: From Bilateralism to Community Interest - Reservations to Human Rights Treaties: Not an Absolute Evil...
35: Riccardo Pisillo Mazzeschi: The Relationship between Human Rights and the Rights of Aliens and Immigrants
36: Eibe Riedel: New Bearings to Social Rights? - The Communications Procedure under the ICESCR
37: Malcolm N. Shaw: Self-Determination, Human Rights and the Attribution of Territory
38: Christian Tomuschat: Universal Periodic Review: A New System of International Law with Specific Ground Rules?
39: Andreas Zimmermann: The Obligation to Prevent Genocide: Towards a General Responsibility to Protect?
The Law-Making Function: The Progressive Development of International Law
40: Franz Cede, Christina Binder: Is there an Austrian Contribution to the Codification of International Law?
41: Giorgio Gaja: A New Way for Submitting Observations on the Construction of Multilateral Treaties to the ICJ
42: Rudolf H. Geiger: Customary International Law in the Jurisprudence of the International Court of Justice: A Critical Appraisal
43: Gerhard Hafner: Is the Topic Responsibility of International Organizations Ripe for Codification? Some Critical Remarks
44: Andreas Heinemann: Business Enterprises in Public International Law - The Case for an International Code on Corporate Responsibility
45: Maurice Kamto: The Function of the Law and the Codification of the International Law in a Changing World
46: Sir Kenneth Keith: Bilateralism and Community in Treaty Law and Practice - of Warriors, Workers and (Hook-)Worms
47: Jan Klabbers: The Community Interest in the Law of Treaties: Ambivalent Conceptions
48: Georg Nolte: The ILC facing the Second Decade of the Twenty-first Century
49: Karl Zemanek: International Law Needs Development. But Whereto?
The Judicial Function: Balancing Individual and Community Interest
50: Armin von Bogdandy, Marc Jacob: The Judge as a Law-Maker: Thoughts on Bruno Simma's Declaration in the Kosovo Opinion
51: Enzo Cannizzaro, Beatrice I. Bonafé: Of Rights and Remedies: Sovereign Immunities and Fundamental Human Rights
52: Olivier Corten: Judge Simma's Separate Opinion in the Oil Platforms Case: To What Extent are Armed 53: Pierre-Marie Dupuy: Competition among International Tribunals and the Authority of the International Court of Justice
54: Thomas Fleiner: The Unilateral Secession of Kosovo as Precedent in International Law
55: Hans-Peter Folz: The Arbitration Panel for In Rem Restitution and Its Jurisprudence - Extreme Injustice in International Law
56: Francesco Francioni: The Right of Access to Justice to Challenge Security Council's Targeted Sanctions: After-Thoughts on Kadi
57: Jochen A. Frowein: Kosovo and Lotus
58: Burkhard Hess: European Civil Procedure and Public International Law
59: Carsten Hoppe: Trends and Trials - The Implementation of Consular Rights a Decade After LaGrand
60: Robert Howse, Ruti Teitel: Global Judicial Activism, Fragmentation and the Limits of Constitutionalism in International Law
61: Hans-Peter Kaul, Eleni Chaitidou: Balancing Individual and Community Interests - Reflections on the International Criminal Court
62: Horst G. Krenzler, Oliver Landwehr: 'A New Legal Order of International Law': On the Relationship between Public International Law and European Union Law after Kadi
63: Guillermo R. Moncayo, Martin Moncayo von Hase: The International Court of Justice and the Environment: The Recent Paper Mills Case
64: Mary Ellen O'Connell: The Natural Superiority of Courts
65: Karin Oellers-Frahm: Judicial Redress of War Related Claims by Individuals: the Example of the Italian Courts
66: Christoph Schreuer, Ursula Kriebaum: From Individual to Community Interest in International Investment Law
67: Bernardo Sepúlveda-Amor: Diplomatic and Consular Protection: the Rights of the State and the Rights of the Individual in the LaGrand and Avena Cases
68: Rudolf Streinz: Judicial Function: Balancing Individual and Community Interests - Does the European Court of Justice keep the balance in Kadi?
69: Rüdiger Wolfrum: Enforcing Community Interests through International Dispute Settlement: Reality or Utopia?
International Law in Various Contexts
70: Philip Alston: Using International Law to Combat Unlawful Targeted Killings
71: Andrea Gattini: Domestic Judicial Compliance with International Judicial Decisions: Some Paradoxes
72: Christine Kaufmann: International Law in Recession? - The Role of International Law When Crisis Hits: Food, Finance and Climate Change
73: Daniel-Erasmus Khan: Sailing the Wine-Dark Sea - An Unfinished Journey: Some very Preliminary Thoughts on Pirates and Other Pernicious People
74: August Reinisch: A History of the Doctrine of Odious Debts - Serving Individual/Bilateral or Community Interests?
75: Peter H. Sand: Environmental Damage Claims from the 1991 Gulf War: State Responsibility and Community Interests
76: Birgit Schmidt am Busch: Privatization of Military Flights in the Mesh of International and National Law
77: Nico Schrijver: The Impact of Climate Change: Challenges for International Law
78: Theodor Schweisfurth: The ILC's Articles on State Responsibility and the German Federal Constitutional Court
79: Joseph Weiler: Abraham, Jesus and the Western Culture of Justice