1 décembre 2016

REVUE : Netherlands Yearbook of International Law (vol. 46, 2015)

Catherine MAIA

The latest volume of the Netherlands Yearbook of International Law (vol. 46, 2015) is out.

Jus Cogens: Quo Vadis 

Maarten den Heijer & Harmen van der Wilt, Jus Cogens and the Humanization and Fragmentation of International Law  
Dinah Shelton, Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of Jus Cogens  
Ulf Linderfalk, Understanding the Jus Cogens Debate: The Pervasive Influence of Legal Positivism and Legal Idealism  
Jean d’Aspremont, Jus Cogens as a Social Construct Without Pedigree  
Alexander Orakhelashvili, Audience and Authority: The Merit of the Doctrine of Jus Cogens  
Stefan Kadelbach, Genesis, Function and Identification of Jus Cogens Norms  
Thomas Kleinlein, Jus Cogens as the ‘Highest Law’? Peremptory Norms and Legal Hierarchies  
Elizabeth Santalla Vargas, In Quest of the Practical Value of Jus Cogens Norms  
Louis J. Kotzé, Constitutional Conversations in the Anthropocene: In Search of Environmental Jus Cogens Norms  
Cathryn Costello & Michelle Foster, Non-refoulement as Custom and Jus Cogens? Putting the Prohibition to the Test  
Thomas Cottier, Improving Compliance: Jus Cogens and International Economic Law
Valentina Vadi, Jus Cogens in International Investment Law and Arbitration 

Dutch Practice in International Law 

Cedric Ryngaert, Immunities of International Organizations Before Domestic Courts: Reflections on the Collective Labour Case Against the European Patent Organization  
Roel Schutgens & Joost Sillen, Judicial Review on the Island of Saint Martin: An Example for The Kingdom of the Netherlands?  
Jasper Krommendijk, Between Pretence and Practice: The Dutch Response to Recommendations of International Human Rights Bodies

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