International law stories

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Other Authors: Noyes, John E. 1951-, Dickinson, Laura A, Janis, Mark W
Format: Book
Published: New York, NY : Foundation Press/Thomson/West, 2007
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Table of Contents:
  • Part I. Nuremberg and its progeny. Chapter 1: Nuremberg and its legacy / Theodor Meron and Jean Galbraith
  • Chapter 2: Filártiga v. Peña-Irala: Judicial internalization into domestic law of the customary international law norm against torture / Harold Hongju Koh
  • Chapter 3: The Velásquez Rodríguez case: The development of the inter-American human rights system / Claudio Grossman
  • Chapter 4: The Soering case: The long reach of the European Convention on Human Rights / David Seymour and Jennifer Tooze
  • Part II. International law: the domestic impact. Chapter 5: Foster v. Neilson and United States v. Percheman: Judicial enforcement of treaties / Carlos M. Vázquez
  • Chapter 6: The Paquete Habana: Customary international law as part of our law / William S. Dodge
  • Chapter 7: Missouri v. Holland: birds, wars, and rights / Mark W. Janis
  • Chapter 8: Hamdan v. Rumsfeld: Domestic enforcement of international law / Oona A. Hathaway
  • Part III. International law: interstate conflicts. Chapter 9: The Caroline: international law limits on resort to force / John E. Noyes
  • Chapter 10: The reparation for injuries case: The law of nations is transformed into international law / David J. Bederman
  • Chapter 11: The Nicaragua case: preserving world peace and the World Court / Mary Ellen O'Connell
  • Chapter 12: The LaGrand case: a story of many miscommunications / Bruno Simma and Carsten Hoppe
  • Chapter 13: Abu Ghraib: the battle over institutional culture and respect for international law within the U.S. military / Laura A. Dickinson