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d’Aspremont & Besson: The Oxford Handbook of the Sources of International Law

d’Aspremont & Besson: The Oxford Handbook of the Sources of International Law

Jean d’Aspremont (Univ. of Manchester – Law; Sciences Po – Law) & Samantha Besson (Université de Fribourg – Law) have published The Oxford Handbook of the Sources of International Law (Oxford Univ. Press 2017). Contents include:
  • Peter Haggenmacher, Sources in the Scholastic Legacy: Ius Naturae and Ius Gentium Revisited by Theologians,
  • Annabel S. Brett, Sources in the Scholastic Legacy: The (Re)construction of the Ius Gentium in the Second Scholastic
  • Dominique Gaurier, Sources in the Modern Tradition: An Overview of the Sources of the Sources in the Classical Works of International Law
  • Randall Lesaffer, Sources in the Modern Tradition: The Nature of Europe’s Classical Law of Nations
  • Miloš Vec, Sources in the 19th Century European Tradition: The Myth of Positivism
  • Lauri Mälksoo, Sources in the 19th Century European Tradition: Insights from Practice and Theory
  • Ole Spiermann, The History of Article 38 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice: ‘A Purely Platonic Discussion’?
  • Malgosia Fitzmaurice, The History of Article 38 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice: The Journey from the Past to the Present
  • Monica García-Salmones Rovira, Sources in the Anti-Formalist Tradition: A Prelude to Institutional Discourses in International Law
  • Upendra Baxi, Sources in the Anti-Formalist Tradition: ‘That Monster Custom, Who Doth All Sense Doth Eat’
  • Tony Carty & Anna Irene Baka, Sources in the Meta-History of International Law: A Phenomenological Reversal of Hegel-From Liberal Nihilism and the Anti-Metaphysics of Modernity to an Aristotelian Ethical Order
  • Mark Weston Janis, Sources in the Meta-History of International Law: A Little Meta-Theory-Paradigms, Article 38, and the Sources of International Law
  • Robert Kolb, Legal History as a Source: From Classical to Modern International Law
  • Samuel Moyn, Legal History as a Source: The Politics of Knowledge
  • David Lefkowitz, Sources in Legal Positivist Theories: Law as Necessarily Posited and the Challenge of Customary Law Creation
  • Jörg Kammerhofer, Sources in Legal Positivist Theories: The Pure Theory’s Structural Analysis of the Law
  • Jean d’Aspremont, Sources in Legal Formalist Theories: The Poor Vehicle of Legal Forms
  • Frederick Schauer, Sources in Legal Formalist Theories: Source Formality, With Special Attention to International Law,
  • Ingo Venzke, Sources in Interpretation Theories: The International Law-Making Process
  • Duncan B. Hollis, Sources in Interpretation Theories: An Interdependent Relationship,
  • Matthias Goldmann, Sources in the Meta-Theory of International Law: Exploring the Hermeneutics, Authority, and Publicness of International Law
  • Alexandra Kemmerer, Sources in the Meta-Theory of International Law: Hermeneutical Conversations,
  • Iain Scobbie, Legal Theory as a Source: Institutional Facts and the Identification of International Law,
  • Alain Papaux & Eric Wyler, Legal Theory as a Source: Doctrine as Constitutive of International Law
  • Pierre d’Argent, Sources and the Legality and Validity of International Law: What Makes Law ‘International’?
  • Mary Ellen O’Connell & Caleb Day, Sources and the Legality and Validity of International Law: Natural Law as Source of Extra-Positive Norms
  • Michael Giudice, Sources and the Systematicity of International Law: A Philosophical Perspective
  • Gleider I. Hernández, Sources and the Systematicity of International Law: A Co-Constitutive Relationship?
  • Erika de Wet, Sources and the Hierarchy of International Law: The Place of Peremptory Norms and Article 103 of the UN Charter Within the Sources of International Law
  • Mario Prost, Sources and the Hierarchy of International Law: Source Preferences and Scales of Values
  • Detlef von Daniels, Sources and the Normativity of International Law: A Post-Foundational Perspective
  • Nicole Roughan, Sources and the Normativity of International Law: From Validity to Justification,
  • Richard Collins, Sources and the Legitimate Authority of International Law: A Challenge to the ‘Standard View’?
  • José Luis Marti, Sources and the Legitimate Authority of International Law: Democratic Legitimacy and the Sources of International Law
  • Robert McCorquodale, Sources and the Subjects of International Law: A Plurality of Law-Making Participants
  • Bruno de Witte, Sources and the Subjects of International Law: The European Union’s Semi-Autonomous System of Sources
  • Yuval Shany, Sources and the Enforcement of International Law: What Norms International Law-Enforcement Bodies Actually Invoke?
  • Antonios Tzanakopoulos & Eleni Methymaki, Sources and the Enforcement of International Law: Domestic Courts-Another Brick in the Wall?
  • Samantha Besson, Sources of International Human Rights Law: How General is General International Law?
  • Bruno Simma, Sources of International Human Rights Law: Human Rights Treaties
  • Raphaël van Steenberghe, Sources of International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Law: Specific Features
  • Steven R. Ratner, Sources of International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Law: War Crimes and the Limits of the Doctrine of Sources
  • Catherine Redgwell, Sources of International Environmental Law: Formality and Informality in the Dynamic Evolution of IEL Norms
  • Jutta Brunnée, Sources of International Environmental Law: Interactional Law
  • Jan Klabbers, Sources of International Organizations’ Law: Reflections on Accountability
  • August Reinisch, Sources of International Organizations’ Law: Why Custom and General Principles are Crucial
  • Joost Pauwelyn, Sources of International Trade Law: Sources of Law in WTO Dispute Settlement
  • Donald H. Regan, Sources of International Trade Law: Understanding What the Vienna Convention Says About Identifying and Using ‘Sources for Treaty Interpretation’
  • Jorge E. Viñuales, Sources of International Investment Law: Theoretical Foundations of Unruly Practices
  • Stephan W. Schill, Sources of International Investment Law: Multilateralization, Arbitral Precedent, Comparativism, Soft Law
  • Ingrid B. Wuerth, Sources of International Law in Domestic Law: Domestic Constitutional Structure and the Sources of International Law
  • Cedric Ryngaert, Sources of International Law in Domestic Law: Relationship Between International and Municipal Law Sources

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