Obligations Erga Omnes and International Crimes: A Theoretical Inquiry Into the Implementation and Enforcement of the International Responsibility of States

Pirmais vāks
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1996. gada 11. apr. - 465 lappuses
This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the law of State responsibility. It addresses fundamental questions such as: which subjects of international law are entitled to invoke the responsibility of the author state; the forms of reparation demands which may be made; and the means and counter-measures (including the use and level of force) which may be employed to enforce demands. "Audience: " Academics and researchers in international law.
 

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INTRODUCTION
1
CHAPTER
8
CHAPTER 2
74
THE LEGAL INTERESTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY
91
CHAPTER 3
132
CHAPTER 4
204
THE RIGHT OF AN INJURED STATES AND THE UNITED NATIONS
212
CHAPTER 5
279
THE RIGHT OF AN INJURED STATES AND THE UNITED NATIONS
286
of aggression
309
THE RIGHT OF AN INJURED STATES AND THE UNITED
354
FINAL OBSERVATIONS
397
APPENDIX
409
REFERENCES
424
INDEX
445
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