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This volume contains: - Means of Ensuring Compliance with and Enforcement of International Environment Law by R. WOLFRAM, Director of the Max-Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law. - The Formation of Customary International Law by M. MENDELSON, Professor at University College, London, UK.
Co-publication with: The Hague Academy of International Law.
Table of Contents - R. Wolfrum I. Introduction. II. Ensuring compliance and enforcement. III. Enforcing compliance by confrontational means. IV. Conclusions: developments and trends concerning the enforcement of international environmental commitments by confrontational means. V. Non-confrontational means to ensure compliance. VI. Conclusions: developments and trends concerning the enforcement of international environmental commitments by non-confrontational means. VII. Concluding remarks.
Table of Contents - M.H. Mendelson I. Introduction and approach. II. The objective element in customary international law. III. The subjective element in customary international law. IV. The contribution of treaties to the formation and determination of rules of customary law. V. New means of creating customary international law? VI. Epilogue. Table of cases. Selected bibliography.