- Rain Liivoja & Jarna Petman, Preface
- Eyal Benvenisti, Legislating for Humanity: May states compel others to promote global interests?
- Martti Koskenniemi, Declaratory Legislation: Towards a geneology of neoliberal legalism
- Friedrich Kratochwil, Legalism and the 'Dark' Side of Global Governance
- Gianluigi Palombella, Global Legalisation and its Discontents
- Joost Pauwelyn, Ramses A. Wessel & Jan Wouters, Informal International Law as Presumptive Law: Exploring new modes of law-making
- Wouter Werner, Mankind's Territory and the Limits of International Law-making
- Inger Österdahl, (International) Law!
- Kaarlo Tuori, Perspective in Law
- Rene Uruena, Law-making through Comparative International Law? Rethinking the role of domestic law in the international legal system
- Katja Creutz, International Responsibility and Problematic Law-making
- Malgosia Fitzmaurice, Law-making and International Environmental Law: The legal character of decisions of conferences of the parties
- Panos Kautrakos, In Search of a Voice: EU law constraints on member states in international law-making
- Päivi Leino, 'In Principle the Full Review': What justice for Mr Kadi?
- Geir Ulfstein, Law-making by Human Rights Treaty Bodies
- Enzo Cannizzaro, Peremptory Law-making
- James E. Hickley Jr., Law-making and the Law of the Sea: The BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico
- Marja Lehto, Slowly but Surely? The challenge of the responsibility to protect
- Rain Liivoja, Treaties, Custom and Universal Justisdiction
- Jarna Petman, Making the Right Choice: Constructing rules for antiterrorist operations
Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Liivoja & Petman: International Law-making: Essays in Honour of Jan Klabbers
International Law-making: Essays in Honour of Jan Klabbers (Routledge 2013). Contents include: