Essays in honour of ian brownlie

Israel and Palestine The World Bank and Indigenous Peoples ; Expulsion, Removal, and the Non-Derogable Obligation ; Maritime Delimitation After Denmark v, Norway: He includes the deliberations and findings of political organs of the League of Nations and the United Nations, as well as a study of the quality of prohibition of force Responsibility of international organizations: International Criminal Environmental Law ; State Responsibility and the Genocide Convention ; Two Studies in the Creation of States ; 6.

International Law ; 7. From Reform to Realism: Parallel to this reflection by the Commission, diplomats and public officials, the body of international case-law and literature on the many facets of the topic has steadily been growing.

The Council of Europe ; He is widely recognized as one of the leading international lawyers of our time, and as well known and appreciated as much for his seminal publications and teaching over the years, as for his work as a practitioner.

His commitment to international law as a system for the regulation of affairs between states has long been characterized by a strong sense of ideals, political and human, but also by an awareness, duly transmitted to his students, and of what law is in practice, of what is achievable, and of what remains to be done.

Adjudicatory Jurisdiction Over Multilateral Enterprises: Principles of public international law by Ian Brownlie Book editions published between and in 4 languages and held by 3, WorldCat member libraries worldwide "[T]he text reflects materials available by 7 July "--Preface Basic documents on human rights by Ian Brownlie Book 86 editions published between and in 3 languages and held by 3, WorldCat member libraries worldwide Completely revised and updated, this third edition of Basic Documents on Human Rights is designed to provide a useful collection of sources on human rights in the form of a handbook.

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Who is a Government in Exile? Some Areas of Continuity and Change ; The aim of the collection has always been to provide students with essential documents to enable them then to obtain a thorough grounding in this diverse and fascinating area of law.

A Taste of Armageddon: Resource Entitlement in the Law of the Sea: The collection is a very personal one reflecting the close and warm relationship between teacher and students and results in a wide-ranging overview of the subjects supervised by Professor Brownlie during more than forty years as an academic teacher.

The Reality of International Law

Read and enjoy this volume of essays for the breadth of their coverage, and you will at the same time learn from the insights they offer into the many issues with which they are concerned. To express their gratitude for his supervision and support, a number of his present and former students from Oxford and London many now prominent in academic life, foreign affairs, and practicehave written this collection of essays in honour of their former teacher.

Coverage is given to recent United Nations declarations and conventions, European Institutions and conventions, the contribution of the International Labor Organization, and developments in Latin America, Africa, and Asia in human rights.

Two Japanese Contributions ; Defences to Responsibility in the Jurisprudence of International Tribunals ; The Quality of Justice: Back to the Future ; 8.The Reality of International Law: Essays in Honour of Ian Brownlie.

Edited by Guy S Goodwin-Gill and Stefan Talmon [Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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The Reality of International Law: Essays in Honour of Ian Brownlie

Written to honour Professor Brownlie on the occasion of his retirement, this collection of essays, all written by his former students, demonstrates the depth and breadth of his influence on Read more. Written to honour Professor Brownlie on his retirement, this collection of essays, all written by former students of his demonstrate the influence he had on international law as both a teacher and a practitioner over a 40 year period.

This collection takes its title from Brownlie's personal contribution to the development of the subject. Essays in Honour of Ian Brownlie (Oxford University Press, ), pp. Who is a legitimate government in exile? Towards normative criteria for governmental legitimacy in international law Stefan Talmon I.

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