Research Handbook on the Law of Treaties (Research Handbooks in International Law Series)

Research Handbook on the Law of Treaties (Research Handbooks in International Law Series)

By: Andreas Zimmermann (editor), Christian J. Tams (editor), Antonios Tzanakopoulos (editor)Hardback

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The Research Handbook on the Law of Treaties provides an authoritative treatment of fundamental issues in international treaty law. Identifying key challenges facing the modern law of treaties, the Handbook addresses the current regime and comments on potential directions of the law. Rather than an article-by-article commentary on provisions applicable to treaties, the Handbook offers an innovative study of their spatial, personal and temporal dimensions and of the tensions that arise due to the need for both flexibility and certainty in treaty relations. It analyses the interaction between treaty regimes and potential ruptures, as well as the expansion of treaty law to international organisations, corporations and individuals. Each chapter includes an `agenda for research', highlighting areas where future work could yield significant results. This pioneering Handbook will prove an invaluable resource for researchers and advanced students, as well as providing unique insights for practitioners of international law.

About Author

Edited by Christian J. Tams, Professor of International Law, University of Glasgow, UK, Antonios Tzanakopoulos, Associate Professor of Public International Law, University of Oxford, UK and Andreas Zimmermann, Professor of Public International Law, University of Potsdam, Germany Assistant Editor: Athene E. Richford, Research Assistant, University of Glasgow, UK

Contents

Contents Introduction Christian J Tams, Antonios Tzanakopoulos and Andreas Zimmermann PART I: PRINCIPLES 1. The Law of Treaties; or, Should this Book Exist? Vaughan Lowe 2. The Law of Treaties through the Interplay of its Different Sources Enzo Cannizzaro 3. Regulating Treaties: A Comparative Perspective Martins Paparinskis 4. Theorizing Treaties: The Consequences of the Contractual Analogy Akbar Rasulov 5. The Effects of Treaties in Domestic Law Andre Nollkaemper PART II: DIMENSIONS 6. The Temporal Dimension: Non-retroactivity and Its Discontents Markus Kotzur 7. The Spatial Dimension: Treaties and Territory Marko Milanovic 8. The Personal Dimension: Challenges to the pacta tertiis Rule Alexander Proelss PART III: TENSIONS 9. Formalism versus Flexibility in the Law of Treaties Jean d'Aspremont 10. Integrity versus Flexibility in the Application of Treaties Katherine del Mar 11. Pacta sunt servanda versus Flexibility in the Suspension and Termination of Treaties Sotirios-Ioannis Lekkas and Antonios Tzanakopoulos 12. Uniformity versus Specialisation (1): The Quest for a Uniform Law of Inter-State Treaties Malgosia Fitzmaurice and Panos Merkouris 13. Uniformity versus Specialisation (2): A Uniform Regime of Treaty Interpretation? Michael Waibel PART IV: INTERACTIONS AND RUPTURES 14. Regime-collisions: Tensions Between Treaties (and How to Solve Them) Jasper Finke 15. Responding to Deliberately-created Treaty Conflicts Surabhi Ranganathan 16. Treaty Breaches and Responses Christian J Tams 17. Succession to Treaties and the Inherent Limits of International Law Andreas Zimmermann and James G. Devaney 18. Treaties and Armed Conflict Yael Ronen PART V: EXPANSIONS 19. Treaties and International Organisations: Uneasy Analogies Philippa Webb 20. Treaty Law and Multinational Enterprises: More than Internationalized Contracts? Markos Karavias 21. Treaties and Individuals: Of Beneficiaries, Duty-bearers, Users, and Participants Ilias Plakokefalos Index

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780857934772
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 680
  • ID: 9780857934772
  • ISBN10: 0857934775

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