Human Dimension of International Law - Antonio Cassese

Human Dimension of International Law

Selected Papers of Antonio Cassese

; Paola Gaeta (Redaktør) ; Salvatore Zappalà (Redaktør)

Antonio Cassese was awarded the Wolfgang Friedmann Memorial Award for 2007 for outstanding contributions to the field of international law Les mer
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Antonio Cassese was awarded the Wolfgang Friedmann Memorial Award for 2007 for outstanding contributions to the field of international law
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ISBN: 9780199232918
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I THE HUMAN DIMENSION OF WARS ; A. GENERAL ; 1. Current trends in the Development of the Law of Armed Conflict ; 2. The Martens Clause: Half a Loaf or Simply Pie in the Sky? ; 3. Revolution and International Law ; B. CLASSES OF WARS AND BELLIGERENTS ; 4. Wars of National Liberation and Humanitarian Law ; 5. Civil War and International Law ; 6. The Spanish Civil War and the Development of Customary Law Concerning Internal Armed Conflicts ; 7. The Status of Rebels under the 1977 Geneva Protocol on Non-International Armed Conflicts ; C. MEANS OF WARFARE ; 8. The Prohibition of Indiscriminate Means of Warfare ; 9. Weapons Causing Unnecessary Suffering: Are They Prohibited? ; 10. Means of Warfare: The Traditional and the New Law ; D. MILITARY OCCUPATION ; 11. Powers and Duties of an Occupant in Relation to Land and Natural Resources ; 12. Legal Considerations on the International Status of Jerusalem ; II OUR COMMON RIGHTS ; A. TORTURE AND INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENTS ; 13. Prohibition of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment ; 14. Can the Notion of Inhuman and Degrading Treatment be Applied to Socio-Economic Conditions? ; 15. A New Approach to Human Rights: The European Convention for the Prevention of Torture ; 16. The European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment Comes of Age ; B. ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE AND HUMAN RIGHTS ; 17. Foreign Economic Assistance and Respect for Civil and Political Rights: Chile - A Case Study ; 18. Foreign Economic Assistance and Human Rights: Two Different Approaches ; 19. A 'Contribution' by the West to the Struggle against Hunger: the Nestle affair ; III FIGHTING STATE AND INDIVIDUAL CRIMINALITY ; A. STATE 'CRIMINALITY' V. INDIVIDUAL'S CRIMINAL LIABILITY ; 20. Remarks on the Present Legal Regulation of Crimes of States ; 21. On the Current Trends towards Criminal Prosecution and Punishment of Breaches of International Humanitarian Law ; B. INTERNATIONAL CRIMES OF INDIVIDUALS ; 22. The International Community, Terrorism and Human Rights ; 23. Terrorism is also Disrupting Some Crucial Legal Categories of International Law ; 24. Crimes against Humanity: Comments on Some Problematical Aspects ; C. RESPONDEAT SUPERIOR V. SUBORDINATES' LIABILITY ; 25. Abraham and Antigone: Two Conflicting Imperatives ; D. NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE ; 26. The Statute of the International Criminal Court: Some Preliminary Reflections
Antonio Cassese (1937), Professor of International Law, University of Florence; former President of the Council of Europe Committee for the Prevention of Torture; former Judge and President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia; Chairman of the UN International Commission of Enquiry into Violations of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law in Darfur; and a Member of the Institut de Droit International.

Paola Gaeta (1967), Legal Assistant ICTY (1996/1997), PhD in Law, European University Institute (1997), Lecturer in international law University of Florence (1998/2001), Associate Professor of International Law (2001/2005) full professor of international law (since 2005). Visiting Fellow at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Cambridge, UK (2006) and at the TMC Asser Institute, The Hague (2007).

Salvatore Zappala (1972), Legal Assistant ICTY (1995/1997), PhD candidate European University Institute (1997/2000) Lecturer in international law University of Pisa (2001/2004), Associate Professor of International law University of Florence (2004/2006), Full Professor of International Law University of Catania (since 2006).