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Parution : 11/2016
Editeur : Edward Elgar
ISBN : 978-1-7819-5318-1
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International Law and Migration

Édité par Vincent Chetail

Coll. International Law, 1320 pages

Présentation de l'éditeur

This collection takes stock of the important legal scholarship devoted to the multifaceted impact of international law on migration. It highlights the great diversity of the legal literature and provides a representative and didactic mapping of the key issues and rules at stake. The selected papers explore the core notions of movement, sovereignty and globalization. They also examine the complex and conflicting issues raised by alienage, citizenship and the rule of law as well as the main controversies surrounding the legal protection of migrant workers and refugees in contemporary international law.

The original introduction by the editor illuminates these important issues on this highly relevant topic.

Vincent Chetail, Professor of Public International Law and Director, Global Migration Centre, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland

Contributors include : A.T. Alienikoff, J. Bhabha, L.S. Bosniak, B.S. Chimni, G.S. Goodwin-Gill, J.C. Hathaway, S.S. Juss, J.A.R. Nafziger, P.J. Spiro, D. Weissbrodt.

 

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PART I - PEOPLES ON THE MOVE, SOVEREIGNTY AND GLOBALIZATION

1. James A.R. Nafziger (1983), ‘The General Admission of Aliens under International Law’, American Journal of International Law, 77 (4), October, 804–47

2. Guy S. Goodwin-Gill (1975), ‘The Limits of the Power of Expulsion in Public International Law’, British Yearbook of International Law, 47, 55–156 

3. Colin Harvey and Robert P. Barnidge, Jr. (2007), ‘Human Rights, Free Movement, and the Right to Leave in International Law’, International Journal of Refugee Law, 19 (1), March, 1–21 

4. Satvinder S. Juss (2004), ‘Free Movement and the World Order’, International Journal of Refugee Law, 16 (3), July, 289–335 

5. Catherine Dauvergne (2004), ‘Sovereignty, Migration and the Rule of Law in Global Times’, The Modern Law Review, 67 (4), July, 588–615 

6. Vincent Chetail (2014), ‘The Transnational Movement of Persons under General International Law – Mapping the Customary Law Foundations of International Migration Law’, in Vincent Chetail and Céline Bauloz (eds), Research Handbook on International Law and Migration, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1–72 

 

PART II - ALIENAGE, CITIZENSHIP AND THE RULE OF LAW

7. Myres S. McDougal, Harold D. Lasswell and Lung-chu Chen (1976), ‘The Protection of Aliens from Discrimination and World Public Order: Responsibility of States Conjoined with Human Rights’, American Journal of International Law, 70 (3), July, 432–69 

8. David Weissbrodt and Stephen Meili (2009), ‘Human Rights and Protection of Non-Citizens: Whither Universality and Indivisibility of Rights?’, Refugee Survey Quarterly, 28 (4), 34–58 

9. Ryszard Cholewinski (2010), ‘Human Rights of Migrants: The Dawn of a New Era?’, Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 24, 585–615 

10. Cathryn Costello (2012), ‘Human Rights and the Elusive Universal Subject: Immigration Detention Under International Human Rights and EU Law’, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 19 (1), Winter, 257–303 

11. Andreas Fischer-Lescano, Tillman Löhr and Timo Tohidipur (2009), ‘Border Controls at Sea: Requirements under International Human Rights and Refugee Law’, International Journal of Refugee Law, 21 (2), July, 256–96 

12. Jens Vedsted-Hansen (2007), ‘Migration and the Right to Family and Private Life’, in Vincent Chetail (ed.), Mondialisation migration et droits de l’homme: le droit international, en question/Globalization, migration and human rights: international law under review, Brussels: Bruylant, 689–722 

13. Jacqueline Bhabha (2003), “More than their Share of Sorrows”: International Migration Law and the Rights of Children’, Saint Louis University Public Law Review, 22, 253–74 

14. Peter J. Spiro (2011), ‘A New International Law of Citizenship’, American Journal of International Law, 105 (4), October, 694–746 [53]

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