Has the Nature of International Law Changed? Le Plus Ça Change...

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Has the Nature of International Law Changed? Le Plus Ça Change...

in Austrian Review of International and European Law Online


I P. C. Jessup, Transnational Law (1956). 2 W. Friedmann, The Changing Structure of International Law (1964). 3 H. Thierry, "L'Etat et 1'organisation de la societe internationale", Societe franqaise pour le droit international, L'Etat souverain a l'aube du XXI siècle 189 (1994). 4 See the discussion of international law and relations in L. Henkin, How Nations Behave. Law and Foreign Policy (1979).

5 H. Bull, "The Importance of Grotius in the Study of International Relations", in H. Bull/B. Kingsbury/A. Roberts (eds.), Hugo Grotius and International Relations 65, 78 (1992). 6 For a discussion of the current state of identification of norms of ius cogens see generally P.- M. Dupuy (ed.), Obligations multilaterales, Droit imperatif et Responsabilitg internationale des Etats (2003).

7 E. Denza, "Two Legal Orders: Divergent or Convergent?", 48 ICLQ 257 (1999). ' 8 D. Heathcoat-Amory, "The European Constitution" (2003).

9 For a useful discussion of views and practice on the issue see K. Zemanek, "Intervention in the 21't Century", Cursos Euromediterraneos. Bancaja de Derecho Intemacional, Vol. V, 612, 648-658 (2001).

10 A.- M. Slaughter, "A Chance to Reshape the U.N.", The Washington Post, 13 April 2003, at B.07. This and other press citations are reported in American Society of International Law, "ASIL Members Speak Out" (Spring 2003). 11 See, e.g., M. G. Kohen, "L'emploi de la force et la crise du Kosovo: Vers un nouveau desordre juridique international", 32 Revue belge de droit international 122 (1999). '2 T. M. Franck, "La Charte des Nations unies est-elle devenue un chiffon de papier?", Le Monde, 2 April 2003. '3 R. Gardner, Newsday, 20 March 2003 as cited in ASIL, supra note 10. On the present discussion see also generally F. Orrego Vicuna, "Uso de la Fuerza y Derecho Internacional", 36 Estudios Internacionales, No. 142, at 121 (2003).

" For a discussion of present thoughts on self defense, with particular reference to pre-emptive self defense, see R. S. Litwak, "The New Calculus of Pre-emption", 44 Survival, No. 4, at 53 (2002/2003). 'S R. Wedgwood, "Legal Authority Exists for a Strike against Iraq", Financial Times, 14 March 2003. 16 A. Roberts, "Law and the Use of Force after Iraq", 45 Survival 31, 34 (2003).

" A. V. Lowe, "Are Bush and Blair Breaking the Law?", The Times, 25 February 2003, at Law 3. 18 E. Brown Weiss, "The New International Legal System", in N. Jasentuliyana (ed.), Perspectives on International Law 63 (1995). 19 On the reinvention of the United Nations, see Slaughter, supra note 10.

20 F. Orrego Vicuna, International Dispute Settlement in a Global Society, (2004); Societe française pour le droit international (ed.), La juridictionnalisation du droit international (2003). 21 P. Allott, Eunomia. New Order for a New World (1990).

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