Sunday, September 23, 2018

van Hoogstraten: New Challenges to International Law: A View from The Hague

Steven van Hoogstraten has published New Challenges to International Law: A View from The Hague (Brill | Nijhoff 2018). Contents include:
  • Steven van Hoogstraten, Introduction
  • Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf, Compulsory Jurisdiction of the Court under the Optional Clause
  • Yves Daudet, The Hague Academy of International Law and the Development of the Settlement of Disputes as a Global Mechanism
  • Niels Blokker, The Constitutional Role of the ICJ within the UN System
  • Jeroen Vervliet, Mediation as an Alternative for International Dispute Settlement
  • François Roux, Vers une nouvelle philosophie pour la justice pénale internationale
  • Alphons M. M. Orie, What Is There to Find for a Criminal Lawyer in the Peace Palace ?
  • Serge Vlaar, The PCA, the Hague Courts and the Yukos case
  • Willem van Genugten, The Universalization of Human Rights
  • Nico Schrijver, Global Protection of Human Rights. Who Can See the Wood for the Trees ?
  • Carsten Stahn, ICTY and the New Law on Genocide
  • Steven van Hoogstraten, The Peace Palace and New Challenges to Peace Diplomacy
  • Philippe Couvreur, Le Palais de la Paix, la CIJ et la Fondation Carnegie
  • Steven van Hoogstraten, The Right to Food, a Standard for Civilization ?
  • Steven van Hoogstraten, Closing Statement