Friday, January 30, 2015

Chinkin & Baetens: Sovereignty, Statehood and State Responsibility: Essays in Honour of James Crawford

Christine Chinkin (London School of Economics - Law) & Freya Baetens (Leiden Univ. - Law) have published Sovereignty, Statehood and State Responsibility: Essays in Honour of James Crawford (Cambridge Univ. Press 2015). Contents include:
  • Philippe Sands, An Australian in England
  • Ivan Shearer, James Crawford: the earlier years
  • Susan Marks & Karen Knop, The war against cliché: dispatches from the international legal front
  • Michael Byers, International law and the responsibility to protect
  • Ralph Wilde, Human rights beyond borders at the World Court
  • Margaret Young, Fragmentation, regime interaction and sovereignty
  • Lluis Paradell-Trius, The legitimacy of investment treaties: between exit, voice and James Crawford's quest for a more democratic international law
  • Don Rothwell, Polar territorial and maritime sovereignty in the twenty-first century
  • Keun-Gwan Lee, An enquiry into the palimpsestic nature of territorial sovereignty in East Asia – with particular reference to the Senkaku/Diaoyudao question
  • Ole Spiermann, General legal characteristics of states: a view from the past of the Permanent Court of International Justice
  • Christine Chinkin, The Security Council and statehood
  • Alexander Orakhelashvili, The dynamics of statehood in the practice of international and English courts
  • Tom Grant, How to recognise a state (and not): some practical considerations
  • Tom Musgrave, An analysis of the 1969 Act of Free Choice in West Papua
  • Yael Ronen, Recognition of the State of Palestine: still too much too soon?
  • Suzanne Lalonde, The role of the Uti Possidetis Principle in the Resolution of Maritime Boundary Disputes
  • Ineta Ziemele, A room for 'state continuity' in international law? A constitutionalist perspective
  • Christian Tams, Law-making in complex processes: the World Court and the modern law of state responsibility
  • Douglas Guilfoyle, Defending individual ships from pirates: questions of state responsibility and immunity
  • Yutaka Arai-Takahashi, Excessive collateral civilian casualties and military necessity: awkward crossroads in international humanitarian law between state responsibility and individual criminal liability
  • Martin Dawidowicz, Third-party countermeasures: observations on a controversial concept
  • Isabelle Van Damme, The Appellate Body's use of the articles on state responsibility in US – anti-dumping and countervailing duties (China)
  • Kate Parlett, The application of the rules on countermeasures in investment claims: visions and realities of international law as an open system
  • Damien Geradin, The external relations of the European Union and its Member States: lessons from recent developments in the economic sphere
  • Freya Baetens, Invoking, establishing and remedying state responsibility in mixed multi-party disputes: lessons from Eurotunnel