Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Ebbesson, et al.: International Law and Changing Perceptions of Security Liber Amicorum Said Mahmoudi

Jonas Ebbesson, Marie Jacobsson, Mark Klamberg, David Langlet & Pål Wrange have published International Law and Changing Perceptions of Security: Liber Amicorum Said Mahmoudi (Brill | Nijhoff 2014). Contents include:
  • Ove Bring, The Use of Force under the UN Charter: Modification and Reform through Practice or Consensus
  • Iain Cameron, Regulating Private Military and Security Companies
  • Hans Corell, The Mandate of the United Nations Security Council in a Changing World
  • Per Cramér, Who is Responsible and for How Long? Final Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuel and the Obligation to Prevent Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons - A Swedish Perspective
  • Jonas Ebbesson, Social-Ecological Security and International Law in the Anthropocene
  • Richard Falk, Nonviolent Geopolitics: Law, Politics, and 21st Century Security
  • David I Fisher, The Progression of International Law in Fostering the Extraterritorial Prosecution of Child Sex Tourist Offences
  • Pär Hallström, Margin of Appreciation and National Security
  • Marie Jacobsson, Syria and the Issue of Chemical Weapons. A Snapshot of a Legal Time-frame: the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2118 (2013) and the OPCW Executive Council Decision
  • Mark Klamberg, International Law in the Age of Asymmetrical Warfare, Virtual Cockpits and Autonomous Robots
  • Timo Koivura, Climate Change and International Security
  • Abdul G. Koroma, Law of Sustainable Development in the Jurisprudence of the International Court of Justice
  • David Langlet, Minerals as Scarce Resources: the Quest for Secure and Sustainable Supply
  • Phoebe Okowa, The Security Council, the African Union and the International Criminal Court: Anatomy of a Problematic Relationship
  • Tullio Scovazzi & Ilaria Tani, Off-shore Wind Energy Development in International Law
  • Dinah Shelton, The Human Security of Endangered Peoples. Indigenous Groups Living in Isolation and First Contact
  • Geir Ulfstein, Towards an International Human Rights Judiciary?
  • Pål Wrange, Intervention in National and Private Cyberspace and International Law
  • Inger Österdahl, Human Rights before Security in Kadi and Beyond