Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Ronzitti: Coercive Diplomacy, Sanctions and International Law

Natalino Ronzitti (LUISS Guido Carli - Law) has published Coercive Diplomacy, Sanctions and International Law (Brill | Nijhoff). Contents include:
  • Natalino Ronzitti, Foreword
  • Natalino Ronzitti, Sanctions as Instruments of Coercive Diplomacy: an International Law Perspective
  • Michael Bothe, Compatibility and Legitimacy of Sanctions Regimes
  • Bryan R. Early, Confronting the Implementation and Enforcement Challenges Involved in Imposing Economic Sanctions
  • Marco Gestri, Sanctions Imposed by the European Union: Legal and Institutional Aspects
  • Charlotte Beaucillon, Practice Makes Perfect, Eventually? Unilateral State Sanctions and the Extraterritorial Effects of National Legislation
  • Nigel D. White, Sanctions Against Non-State Actors
  • Thilo Marauhn & Ignaz Stegmiller, Sanctions and the Protection of Human Rights: The Role of Sanctions Committees
  • Monica Lugato, Sanctions and Individual Rights
  • Daniel H. Joyner, International Legal Limits on the Ability of States to Lawfully Impose International Economic/Financial Sanctions Andrea Atteritano & Maria Beatrice Deli, An Overview of International Sanctions’ Impact on Treaties and Contract
  • Marina Mancini, UN Sanctions Targeting Individuals and ICC Proceedings: How to Achieve a Mutually Reinforcing Interaction
  • Francesco Giumelli, From Effective to Useful Sanctions: Lessons Learned from the Experience of the European Union
  • Joachim Krause, Western Economic and Political Sanctions as Instruments of Strategic Competition with Russia – Opportunities and Risks
  • Natalino Ronzitti, Conclusion