The Hague, the Netherlands : Hague Academic Press ; New York : Cambridge University Press, c2008.
Book — xix, 209 p. ; 25 cm.
Part I. Beyond the United Nations Charter - Peace, Security and the Role of Justice:
1. Peace, Security and the Role of Justice Philippe Sands QC--
2. Les reactions aux nouvelles menaces ... la paix et ... la securite dans le cadre de la Charte des Nations Yves Daudet--
3. The Role of the International Criminal Court in an Emerging System of International Justice Navi Pillay--
4. Repenser la reforme du conseil de securite : representativite, transparence, performance Linos Alexandre Sicilianos-- Part II. International Politics and International Law - Military Intervention as a Legitimate Means:
5. The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty-- from Political Will to a Legally Binding Instrument and Beyond. A Case Study Jaap Ramaker--
6. Negotiating Peace, Security and Justice Paul Meerts--
7. Multinational Peace Support Operations: Problems and Prospects Kees Homan--
8. UN Reform and NATO Transformation: The Missing Link Dick A. Leurdijk--
9. Legitimation of Military Operations Leon Wecke-- Part III. A Case Study on Rwanda - How to Re-Establish Peace and Security after Genocide:
10. La repression du genocide des Rwandais Tutsi: d'Arusha vers les Collines Rwandaises Francois-Xavier Nsanzuwera--
11. La contribution des femmes Rwandaises a la creation d'une nouvelle situation de paix Jacqueline Rusilibya--
12. How the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Is a Crucial Element in the Re-establishment of a New Situation of Peace and Security in Rwanda Hassan B. Jallow--
13. The Importance of Truth and Reconciliation Commissions to the Process of Re-Establishing a New Situation of Peace and Security in Rwanda Howard Varney.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
This volume contains a selection of articles resulting from the third 'From Peace to Justice' conference, organised by the Hague Academic Coalition (HAC). It focuses on current and emerging threats to global security, identifies some of the most urgent new non-traditional threats and examines whether these can be addressed within the UN Charter framework. Views from a range of disciplines are presented and discussed, resulting in a diverse yet coherent compilation that is a useful resource for academics, international lawyers, judges, diplomats, political scientists, historians and NGOs. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Paris : Librairie générale de droit & de jurisprudence, 1906.
Book — 1 online resource (149, 18, 20 pages)
Contains the proceedings of an arbitration commission in Paris in 1905 over the claims of a French citizen, Louis Aboilard, against the republic of Haiti, in the matter of a contract for electrifying the city of Jacmel, Haiti. Solon Ménos, abritrator.
Paris, International Institute of Intellectual Co-operation, 1936.
Book — xi, 514 p. 25 cm.
pt.I. Report on the preparatory memoranda and addresses delivered at the inaugural meeting of the London conference (1935)--pt. II. Extracts from the memoranda and from the discussion: I. Some opinions on collective security. II. Fundamental principles. III. Prevention of war: Peaceful settlement of international disputes. Reduction and limitation of armaments. Moral disarmament. IV. Repression of war: Prohibition of recourse to force and determination of the aggressor. Sanctions and measures of mutual assistance. Regional agreements. Neutrality.--pt. III. Final report and addresses delivered at the closing meeting. Appendices.