- Vaughan Lowe, The Law of Treaties; or, Should this Book Exist?
- Enzo Cannizzaro, The Law of Treaties through the Interplay of its Different Sources
- Martins Paparinskis, Regulating Treaties: A Comparative Perspective
- Akbar Rasulov, Theorizing Treaties: The Consequences of the Contractual Analogy
- André Nollkaemper, The Effects of Treaties in Domestic Law
- Markus Kotzur, The Temporal Dimension: Non-retroactivity and Its Discontents
- Marko Milanovic, The Spatial Dimension: Treaties and Territory
- Alexander Proelss, The Personal Dimension: Challenges to the pacta tertiis Rule
- Jean d’Aspremont, Formalism versus Flexibility in the Law of Treaties
- Katherine del Mar, Integrity versus Flexibility in the Application of Treaties
- Sotirios-Ioannis Lekkas & Antonios Tzanakopoulos, Pacta sunt servanda versus Flexibility in the Suspension and Termination of Treaties
- Malgosia Fitzmaurice & Panos Merkouris, Uniformity versus Specialisation (1): The Quest for a Uniform Law of Inter-State Treaties
- Michael Waibel, Uniformity versus Specialisation (2): A Uniform Regime of Treaty Interpretation?
- Jasper Finke, Regime-collisions: Tensions Between Treaties (and How to Solve Them)
- Surabhi Ranganathan, Responding to Deliberately-created Treaty Conflicts
- Christian J Tams, Treaty Breaches and Responses
- Andreas Zimmermann & James Devaney, Succession to Treaties and the Inherent Limits of International Law
- Yaël Ronen, Treaties and Armed Conflict
- Philippa Webb, Treaties and International Organisations: Uneasy Analogies
- Markos Karavias, Treaty Law and Multinational Enterprises: More than Internationalized Contracts?
- Ilias Plakokefalos, Treaties and Individuals: Of Beneficiaries, Duty-bearers, Users, and Participants
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Tams, Tzanakopoulos, & Zimmermann: Research Handbook on the Law of Treaties
Research Handbook on the Law of Treaties (Edward Elgar Publishing 2014). Contents include: