- Matthew Happold, Introduction
- Nigel D. White, The Security Council, the Security Imperative and International Law
- Isobel Roele, Ascertaining Inchoate Threats to International Peace and Security
- Daniel H. Joyner, Nuclear Non-Proliferation and the UN Security Council in a Multipolar World: Can International Law Protect States from the Security Council?
- Dominika Švarc, Using Force in International Affairs: the Role of International Law in Contemporary International Politics
- James Summers, Russia and the Competing Spheres of Influence: the Case of Georgia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia
- Alexander Orakhelashvili, Hegemony, Multipolarity and the System of International Law
- Jörg Kammerhofer, Orthodox Generalists and Political Activists in International Legal Scholarship
- Silviya Lechner, Basic Rights and Global Justice: The Problem of International Coercion
- Jean D'Aspremont & Eric de Brabandere, The Duality of the Legitimacy of Global Actors in the International Legal Order
- Christian Pippin, Democracy as a Global Norm: Has It Finally Emerged?
- Pablo Pareja-Alcaraz, International Law and East Asia's Regional Order: The Strengthening of a Fundamental Institution
- Rima Tkatova, Post-Soviet States and International Law in a Multipolar World
- Katja Samuel, Universality, the UN and the Organisation of the Islamic Conference: Single, Complementary, or Competing Legal Orders?
- Carmen Draghici, The Development of Self-Contained Regimes as an Obstacle to UN Global Governance
- Aurel Sari, The Relationship between Community Law and International Law after Kadi: Did the ECJ Slam the Door on ‘Effective Multilateralism?
Monday, October 24, 2011
Happold: International Law in a Multipolar World
Matthew Happold (Univ. of Luxembourg - Law) has published International Law in a Multipolar World (Routledge 2011). Contents include: