タイトルThe Oxford Handbook of United Nations Treaties (Oxford Handbooks)
著者・編者
  • Simon Chesterman
  • David M. Malone
  • Santiago Villalpando
出版社;Oxford Univ Press
出版年;2019年
ISBN;9780190947842
テキストリンクamazon

内容紹介

The United Nations is a vital part of the international order. Yet this book argues that the greatest contribution of the UN is not what it has achieved (improvements in health and economic development, for example) or avoided (global war, say, or the use of weapons of mass destruction). It is, instead, the process through which the UN has transformed the structure of international law to expand the range and depth of subjects covered by treaties. This handbook offers the first sustained analysis of the UN as a forum in which and an institution through which treaties are negotiated and implemented. Chapters are written by authors from different fields, including academics and practitioners; lawyers and specialists from other social sciences (international relations, history, and science); professionals with an established reputation in the field; younger researchers and diplomats involved in the negotiation of multilateral treaties; and scholars with a broader view on the issues involved. The volume thus provides unique insights into UN treaty-making. Through the thematic and technical parts, it also offers a lens through which to view challenges lying ahead and the possibilities and limitations of this understudied aspect of international law and relations.

著者について

Simon Chesterman is Dean of the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law and Editor of the Asian Journal of International Law. David M. Malone is Under-Secretary General of the United Nations and Rector of the UN University, headquartered in Tokyo. Santiago Villalpando is the Legal Advisor of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

目次
  • List of Contributors Simon Chesterman, David M. Malone, and Santiago Villalpando: 
  • Introduction to the Oxford Handbook of United Nations Treaties 
  • PART I EVOLUTION-UN TREATY-MAKING IN PRACTICE AND IN THEORY 
  • 1: Ian Johnstone: The UN Charter and Its Evolution 
  • 2: Shirley V. Scott: Treaty-Making in International Organizations: International Relations Theory 
  • 3: Stephen Mathias: Treaty-Making at the United Nations: The View from the Secretariat 
  • 4: Christian J. Tams: The Role of Treaties in Pursuing the Objectives of the UN Charter 
  • 5: Giorgio Gaja: The Place of Treaties in the Codification and Progressive Development of International Law 
  • 6: Alan Boyle: The Choice of a Treaty: Hard Law versus Soft Law 
  • PART II PRACTICE-SCHOLARLY AND PRACTITIONER ACCOUNTS OF UN TREATY-MAKING 
  • A: International Peace and Security 
  • 7A: Barry Kellman: United Nations Weapons Control Treaties 
  • 7B: Daniël Prins: Creating from Chaos: Practitioner Reflections on Multilateral Treaty-Making 
  • 8A: Pierre Klein: Terrorism 
  • 8B: A. Rohan Perera: Terrorism: Practitioner Reflection 
  • 9: Tanja Masson-Zwaan and Roberto Cassar: The Peaceful Uses of Outer Space 
  • B: Economic and Social Development 
  • 10: Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger and Alexandra Harrington: Environment and Sustainable Development 
  • 11: George P. Politakis: The ILO's Standard-Setting: The First One Hundred Years 
  • 12: Hilary Charlesworth: Women 
  • 13: Drugs and Crime David Bewley-Taylor and Martin Jelsma: 
  • 14: Makane Moïse Mbengue: Trade and Development 
  • 15: Tullio Scovazzi: Culture 
  • 16: Sam Johnston: The Practice of UN Treaty-Making Concerning Science 
  • 17A: Allyn L. Taylor: Health 17B: Gian Luca Burci: Health: Practitioner Comment 
  • 18: Edward Kwakwa: Intellectual Property C: Human Rights 
  • 19: Jane Connors: The Human Rights Treaty Body System 
  • 20: Bertrand G. Ramcharan: The Covenants 
  • 21: Helen Keller and Corina Heri: The Committees on Human Rights and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 
  • 22: Guy S. Goodwin-Gill: United Nations Treaty-Making: Refugees and Stateless Persons 
  • 23A: Salvatore Zappalà: International Criminal Law and UN Treaties 
  • 23B: Hirad Abtahi and Philippe Kirsch: International Criminal Law: Practitioner Reflection 
  • D: International Law 
  • 24A: Malgosia Fitzmaurice: Law of Treaties 
  • 24B: Lionel Yee: Law of Treaties: Practitioner Reflection 
  • 25A: Yoshifumi Tanaka: Law of the Sea 
  • 25B: Tommy Koh: Negotiating the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea: A Practitioner's Reflection 
  • 26: Davinia Aziz and Alison See: Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations and Specialized Agencies 
  • 27: Sanderijn Duquet and Jan Wouters: Diplomatic and Consular Relations 
  • 28: Corinne Montineri: International Commercial Arbitration 
  • 29: Pierre Bodeau-Livinec: Responsibility of States and International Organizations 
  • PART III TECHNIQUE-INNOVATION IN TREATY-MAKING AT THE UNITED NATIONS 
  • 30: Michael Wood: The Negotiation of Multilateral Treaties at the United Nations: A Negotiator's View 
  • 31: Philippa Webb: The Participation of Nonstate Actors in the Multilateral Treaty Process 
  • 32: Jan Klabbers: Participation of International Organizations in UN Treaties 
  • 33: Jonathan Agar and Christel Mobech: The Role of the United Nations in Promoting Transparency in the International Treaty Framework: A view through the registration and publication of treaties under article of the charter of the united nations 
  • 34: Arancha Hinojal-Oyarbide: The Role of the Secretary-General of the United Nations as Depositary of Multilateral Treaties