Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Hamamoto, Sakai, & Shibata: Essays in Honour of Professor Ryuichi Ida

Shotaro Hamamoto (Kyoto Univ. - Law), Hironobu Sakai (Kyoto Univ. - Law), & Akiho Shibata (Kobe Univ. - Law) have published "L’être situé", Effectiveness and Purposes of International Law: Essays in Honour of Professor Ryuichi Ida (Brill | Nijhoff 2015). Contents include:
  • Shotaro Hamamoto, L’État situé dans le droit international de l’investissement
  • Tomonori Mizushima, “L’État situé” in the Context of the Accession of Developing Countries to the WTO
  • Zhian Wang, The Functional Approach in le droit international de développement: A Theoretical Appraisal
  • Sakda Thanitcul, Emerging Economies and International Economic Law: A Case Study on Thailand
  • Mari Takeuchi, Universal Jurisdiction in a Context: From Dialectic to Dialogue
  • Tomohiko Kobayashi, Running Many FTAs is Like Balancing between Many Bicycles: A Multidimensional Comparison of Institutional Provisions in Japan’s FTAs
  • Dai Tamada, Provisional Measures in Investor-State Dispute Settlement: Reappearance of Community of Investment Interests?
  • Hironobu Sakai, New Relationship between the United Nations and Regional Organizations in Peace Security: A Case of the African Union
  • Akiho Shibata, International and Domestic Laws in Collaboration: An Effective Means of Environmental Liability Regime-Making
  • Tatsuya Abe, New Perspectives on Soft Law: Towards More Effective Regime Governance
  • Takuhei Yamada, The Defence of Necessity as Customary International Law: The Fisheries Jurisdiction Case (Spain v. Canada) Re-examined
  • Machiko Kanetake, Catching Up with Society – What, How, and Why: The Regulation of the UN Security Council’s Targeted Sanctions