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Parution : 12/2020
Editeur : Springer
ISBN : 978-3-0305-2027-4
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European International Law Traditions

Sous la direction de Peter Hilpold

Présentation de l'éditeur

International Law is usually considered, at least initially, to be a unitary legal order that is not subject to different national approaches. Ex definition it should be an order that transcends the national, and one that merges national perspectives into a higher understanding of law. It gains broad recognition precisely because it gives expression to a common consensus transcending national positions.

The reality, however, is quite different. Individual countries’ approaches to International Law, and the meanings attached to different concepts, often diverge considerably. The result is a lack of comprehension that can ultimately lead to outright conflicts.

In this book, several renowned international lawyers engage in an enquiry directed at sorting out how different European nations have contributed to the development of International Law, and how various national approaches to International Law differ. In doing so, their goal is to promote a better understanding of theory and practice in International Law.

 

Sommaire

What Are and to What Avail Do We Study European International Law Traditions?

Hilpold, Peter

The Concept of International Law: The German Perspective

Tomuschat, Christian

The ‘Austrian School of International Law’: The Influence of Austrian International Lawyers on the Formation of the Present International Legal Order

Koeck, Heribert Franz

The Concept of International Law: The Italian Perspective

Focarelli, Carlo

The French Tradition of International Law

Hamann, Andrea

British Contributions to Public International Law

Wood, Michael

Exploring Belgian and Dutch “Traditions” in International Law

Wouters, Jan (et al.)

International Law from a Nordic Perspective

Holtermann, Jakob v. H. (et al.)

The Russian Concept of International Law as Imperial Legacy

Mälksoo, Lauri

International Adjudication Under Particular Consideration of International Criminal Justice: The German Contribution

Bock, Stefanie

German and European Ordo-Liberalism and Constitutionalism in the Postwar Development of International Economic Law

Petersmann, Ernst-Ulrich

Conclusions

Hilpold, Peter

337 pages.  137,14 €

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