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The Practice of Shared Responsibility in International Law

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André Nollkaemper, Ilias Plakokefalos, Matthew Saul, Gleider I. Hernández, Michael J. Strauss, Helen Duffy, Aristoteles Constantinides, Patrick Gallahue, Saskia Hufnagel, Göran Sluiter, Gentian Zyberi, Henrik Ringbom, Yoshifumi Tanaka, Efthymios Papastavridis, Yoshinobu Takei, Kees Bastmeijer, Seline Trevisanut, Pablo Mendes de Leon, Hanneke van Traa, Maarten den Heijer, Niels Frenzen, Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen, Anne T. Gallagher, Ray Murphy, Siobhán Wills, Ademola Abass, Marten Zwanenburg, Frederik Naert, Matteo Tondini, Enrico Milano, Chia Lehnardt, Dan Joyner, Olufemi Amao, Stephan Wittich, James Flett, Owen McIntyre, Katharina Kummer Peiry, Peter H. Sand, Arie Trouwborst, Jacqueline Peel, Catherine Redgwell
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  • Date Published: February 2017
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107107090

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  • This is the third book in the series Shared Responsibility in International Law, which examines the problem of distribution of responsibilities among multiple states and other actors. In its work on the responsibility of states and international organisations, the International Law Commission recognised that attribution of acts to one actor does not exclude possible attribution of the same act to another state or organisation. Recognising that the applicable rules and procedures for shared responsibility may differ between particular issue areas, this volume reviews the practice of states, international organisations, courts and other bodies that have dealt with the issue of international responsibility of multiple wrongdoing actors in a wide range of issue areas, including energy, extradition, investment law, NATO-led operations and fisheries. These analyses jointly assess the fit of the prevailing principles of international responsibility and provide a basis for reform and further development of international law.

    • Offers the broadest possible outlook of the practice of shared responsibility, reviewing the practice in thirty-nine specific issue areas of international law
    • No other single volume exists in which so many issue areas of international law have been analysed and collected
    • Provides unique insights and contributes to the understanding of how questions of shared responsibility have been dealt with in practice, in multiple different issue areas of international law
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    • Date Published: February 2017
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107107090
    • length: 1228 pages
    • dimensions: 237 x 158 x 62 mm
    • weight: 2.03kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    List of contributors
    Editors' preface
    List of abbreviations
    Table of treaties and other international legal instruments
    Table of cases
    1. The practice of shared responsibility: a framework for analysis André Nollkaemper and Ilias Plakokefalos
    Statehood:
    2. Internationally administered territories Matthew Saul
    3. Federal states Gleider I. Hernández
    4. Territorial leases Michael J. Strauss
    International Criminal Law and Cooperation:
    5. Detention and interrogation abroad: the 'extraordinary rendition' programme Helen Duffy
    6. Extradition Aristoteles Constantinides
    7. International drug control Patrick Gallahue
    8. Cross border law enforcement Saskia Hufnagel
    9. International criminal tribunals and their relation to states Göran Sluiter
    10. Responsibility of states and individuals for mass atrocity crimes Gentian Zyberi
    International Law of the Sea:
    11. Ship-source marine pollution Henrik Ringbom
    12. Land-based marine pollution Yoshifumi Tanaka
    13. Piracy Efthymios Papastavridis
    14. Fisheries Yoshinobu Takei
    15. Environmental protection of the deep seabed Ilias Plakokefalos
    16. Antarctica Kees Bastmeijer
    17. Search and rescue operations at sea Seline Trevisanut
    International Space Law:
    18. Space law Pablo Mendes de Leon and Hanneke van Traa
    International Refugee Law:
    19. Refoulement Maarten den Heijer
    20. Extraterritorial refugee protection Niels Frenzen
    21. Private actor involvement in migrant management Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen
    22. Human rights and human trafficking Anne T. Gallagher
    International Military Operations:
    23. United Nations peacekeeping operations Ray Murphy and Siobhán Wills
    24. African Union operations Ademola Abass
    25. North Atlantic Treaty Organization-led operations Marten Zwanenburg
    26. European Union common security defence policy operations Frederik Naert
    27. Coalitions of the willing Matteo Tondini
    28. Occupation Enrico Milano
    29. Private military contractors Chia Lehnardt
    30. Arms control Dan Joyner
    International Economic Law:
    31. Multinational corporations Olufemi Amao
    32. International investment law Stephan Wittich
    33. The World Trade Organization and the European Union and its Member States in the WTO James Flett
    International Environmental Law:
    34. Transboundary water resources Owen McIntyre
    35. Transboundary movement of hazardous waste and chemicals Katharina Kummer Peiry
    36. Transboundary air pollution Peter H. Sand
    37. Nature conservation Arie Trouwborst
    38. Climate change Jacqueline Peel
    39. Liability for transboundary harm Ilias Plakokefalos
    Energy:
    40. Energy Catherine Redgwell
    41. Conclusions André Nollkaemper and Ilias Plakokefalos
    Index.

  • Editors

    André Nollkaemper, Universiteit van Amsterdam
    André Nollkaemper is Professor of Public International Law at the Faculty of Law, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Director of the Amsterdam Center for International Law, and Director of the SHARES Research Project. He is president of the European Society of International Law, member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, and (external) legal advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.

    Ilias Plakokefalos, Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands
    Ilias Plakokefalos is Assistant Professor of International Law at Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands and Senior Research Associate at the Netherlands Institute for the Law of the Sea. Previously, he was Post-Doctoral Researcher in the SHARES Project at Universiteit van Amsterdam. He has been guest lecturer at the University of Oxford and at Université Catholique de Lille.

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    Jessica Schechinger, Universiteit van Amsterdam

    Contributors

    André Nollkaemper, Ilias Plakokefalos, Matthew Saul, Gleider I. Hernández, Michael J. Strauss, Helen Duffy, Aristoteles Constantinides, Patrick Gallahue, Saskia Hufnagel, Göran Sluiter, Gentian Zyberi, Henrik Ringbom, Yoshifumi Tanaka, Efthymios Papastavridis, Yoshinobu Takei, Kees Bastmeijer, Seline Trevisanut, Pablo Mendes de Leon, Hanneke van Traa, Maarten den Heijer, Niels Frenzen, Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen, Anne T. Gallagher, Ray Murphy, Siobhán Wills, Ademola Abass, Marten Zwanenburg, Frederik Naert, Matteo Tondini, Enrico Milano, Chia Lehnardt, Dan Joyner, Olufemi Amao, Stephan Wittich, James Flett, Owen McIntyre, Katharina Kummer Peiry, Peter H. Sand, Arie Trouwborst, Jacqueline Peel, Catherine Redgwell

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