Whither the West?

International Law in Europe and the United States

Chiara Giorgetti (Redaktør) ; Guglielmo Verdirame (Redaktør)

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A collection of expert essays analyzing how American and European's views of international law are diverging as a reaction to globalization.

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Introduction. W[h]ither the west? The divided west and the shifting grounds of international law Chiara Giorgetti and Guglielmo Verdirame; Part I. The Idea of International Law in the Divided West: 1. International lawyers and legal forms transatlantic denials Jean d'Aspremont; 2. Are we (Americans) all international legal realists now? Harlan Cohen; 3. Are liberal internationalists still liberal? Guglielmo Verdirame; 4. The new, new sovereigntism or how the European union became disenchanted with international law and defiantly protective of its domestic legal order Mark A. Pollack; Part II. Specific Areas in International Law: Whither the West?: 5. Authority and dialogue state and official immunity in domestic and international courts Chime`ne Keitner; 6. Treaty conditions and constitutions walls, windows, or doors Edward T. Swaine; 7. International courts and tribunals in the USA and in Europe the increasingly divided west Chiara Giorgetti; 8. Unravelling a paradox of shared responsibility the disconnection between substantive and adjudicate law Andre Nollkaemper; 9. Divergent views on the content and relevance of the jus ad Bellum in Europe and the United States? The case of the US-Led military coalition against 'Islamic state' Tom Ruys and Luca Ferro.

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Chiara Giorgetti is Professor of Law at Richmond Law School, Virginia. She is an elected member of the American Law Institute, Vice President of the American Branch of the International Law Association and Chair of the Academic Council of the Institute for Transnational Arbitration. She clerked at the International Court of Justice and has acted as counsel in inter-state boundary disputes, claims commission and international investment arbitrations. Guglielmo Verdirame is Professor of International Law at Kings College London. He has previously held positions at the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford, was a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School and Director of Studies for Public International Law at The Hague Academy of International Law. He is the author of The UN and Human Rights: Who Guards the Guardians? (2011).