The Transit of Goods in Public International Law contextualizes transit as it exists in contemporary international law. Issues discussed in this volume are inextricably tied to the ongoing debate about state sovereignty and the globalization of the world's economies. Using the principles of systemic integration, effective rights, and economic cooperation, The Transit of Goods in Public International Law attempts to clarify the legal status of transit, its definition, and its enforceability under international law.
Beatriz Huarte Melgar, Ph.D. (2014), Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, is a lecturer and lawyer of international law. She has published several books and articles, including "Energy Transit in International Law - Concepts and Challenges" within the book Frontiers of International Economic Law (Brill Nijhoff, 2014).
This book is addressed to scholars, professors, students, and professionals of international law and to people interested in the topic of transit, freedom of transit, transport, WTO law, and international trade.