Monday, April 6, 2015

Marossi & Bassett: Economic Sanctions under International Law

Ali Z. Marossi & Marisa R. Bassett have published Economic Sanctions under International Law: Unilateralism, Multilateralism, Legitimacy, and Consequences (Asser Press 2015). Contents include:
  • Alexander Orakhelashvili, The Impact of Unilateral EU Economic Sanctions on the UN Collective Security Framework: The Cases of Iran and Syria
  • Hisae Nakanishi, The Construction of the Sanctions Regime Against Iran: Political Dimensions of Unilateralism
  • Najwa M. Nabti, Increasing the Cost of Rape: Using Targeted Sanctions to Deter Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict
  • Rahmat Mohamad, Unilateral Sanctions in International Law: A Quest for Legality
  • Daniel H. Joyner, International Legal Limits on the Ability of States to Lawfully Impose International Economic/Financial Sanctions
  • Nema Milaninia, Jus ad bellum economicum and jus in bello economico: The Limits of Economic Sanctions Under the Paradigm of International Humanitarian Law
  • Paul Waart, Economic Sanctions Infringing Human Rights: Is There a Limit?
  • Antonios Tzanakopoulos, Sanctions Imposed Unilaterally by the European Union: Implications for the European Union’s International Responsibility
  • Ali Z. Marossi, Unilateralism and Power of Revision
  • Katariina Simonen, Economic Sanctions Leading to Human Rights Violations: Constructing Legal Argument
  • Pierre-Emmanuel Dupont, The Arbitration of Disputes Related to Foreign Investments Affected by Unilateral Sanctions
  • S. Ghasem Zamani & Jamshid Mazaheri, The Need for International Judicial Review of UN Economic Sanctions
  • Katariina Simonen, Final Comment: Legal Review of New EU Sanctions Against Russia in Light of Recent Jurisprudence of the European Courts