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Alessandra Sardu Ph.D.

authorities charged with recognition and enforcement have no discretion to review the award once its authenticity has been established. Neither domestic public policy considerations of the forum State may stand in the way of enforcement, nor may the award be subject to scrutiny concerning compliance with

Thomas Dörschel

contain information on particular subjects. This first note is in- tended to introduce the web sites of inter- national organisations. Have you got any suggestions with regard to further interesting peacekeeping web sites that we have not included? Please let us know! [inpe@jur.uni-frankfurt.de] Finally

Project itself, gives full scope to the reflections by those who themselves have participated in the management of international responses to complex emergencies. 3An examination of different paradigms of this relationship is the subject of Larry Minear and Thomas G. Weiss, Humanitarian Politics (New York

Clemens Treichl and August Reinisch

foreign governments’ at any given time.” 8 This has game-changing implications, meaning that international organizations, subject to the IOIA , 9 do not enjoy absolute immunity in the US and that the exceptions to immunity set out in the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (‘ FSIA ’) 10

Makane Moïse Mbengue and Rukmini Das

development of international legal rules on this subject, and the extent of their silence, which provides an opportunity for development through practice. Absent also is a comparative review of existent rules in different international fora, assessing their relative merits and demerits, in the interest of

Reparations for Mass Torts Involving the United Nations

Misguided Exceptionalism in Peacekeeping Operations

Carla Ferstman

that “the obligation to make reparation, as well as the scope of such reparation, must be subject, in the case of the UN, to the rules of the organization, and more particularly, to the lex specialis rule within the meaning of draft article 63”. 12 As is described later in this article, the

Henry G. Schermers and Niels M. Blokker

concerned. In the present chapter, decision-making procedures will be discussed. The different types of decision that can be taken form the subject matter of Chapter Eight. Some readers may prefer to study the various types of decisions that can be taken before investigating how they are adopted. However

For the Sake of Present and Future Generations

Essays on International Law, Crime and Justice in Honour of Roger S. Clark

Edited by Suzannah Linton, Gerry Simpson and William A. Schabas

Professor Roger Stenson Clark has played a pivotal role in developing International Criminal Law, and the movement against nuclear weapons. He was one of the intellectual and moral fathers of the International Criminal Court. This Festschrift brings together forty-one appreciative friends to honour his remarkable contribution. The distinguished contributors provide incisive contributions ranging from the reform of the Security Council, to rule of law and international justice in Africa, to New Zealand cultural heritage, to customary international law in US courts, and more. Threaded through these richly diverse contributions is one common feature: a belief in values and morality in human conduct, and a passion for transformative use of law, ‘for the sake of present and future generations.’

the laying of mines in order to improve security conditions so as to minimize the danger to UNOMIG personnel and to create conditions for the effective performance of its mandate; 16. Decides to extend the mandate of UNOMIG for a new period terminating on 31 July 1997 subject to a review by the

Henry G. Schermers and Niels M. Blokker

institutional law. 35 1. Creation of a legal person §1148  Unlike ordinary treaties, constitutions not only regulate rights and duties between states, but also - and even primarily - create new subjects of international law. As the International Court of Justice has observed, the object of constitutions “is to