タイトルResearch Handbook on International Law and Peace (Research Handbooks in International Law)
著者・編者;Cecilia M. Bailliet 編集
出版社;Edward Elgar Pub
出版年;2019年
ISBN;9781788117463
テキストリンクamazon

内容紹介

Peace is an elusive concept, especially within the field of international law, varying according to historical era and between contextual applications within different cultures, institutions, societies, and academic traditions. This Research Handbook responds to the gap created by the neglect of peace in international law scholarship. Explaining the normative evolution of peace from the principles of peaceful co-existence to the UN declaration on the right to peace, this Research Handbook calls for the fortification of international institutions to facilitate the pursuit of sustainable peace as a public good.It sets forth a new agenda for research that invites scholars from a broad array of disciplines and fields of law to analyse the contribution of international institutions to the construction and implementation of sustainable peace. With its critical examination of courts, transitional justice institutions, dispute resolution and fact-finding mechanisms, this Research Handbook goes beyond the traditional focus on post-conflict resolution, and includes areas not usually found in analyses of peace such as investment and trade law. Bringing together contributions from leading researchers in the field of international law and peace, this Research Handbook analyses peace in the context of law applicable to women, refugees, environmentalism, sustainable development, disarmament, and other key contemporary issues.This thoughtful Research Handbook will be a crucial tool for policymakers, practitioners, and academics in the fields of international law, human rights, jus post bellum, and development. Its comprehensive insights to the field will also be of benefit for students of political science, law, and peace studies.

著者について

Edited by Cecilia M. Bailliet, Institute for Public and International Law, University of Oslo, Norway

目次 
  • 1. Introduction: Researching International Law and Peace Cecilia M. Bailliet 
PART I THE NORMATIVE SCOPE OF PEACE AND ITS EXCEPTIONS 
  • 2. The Politics of Peace and Law: Realism, Internationalism and the Cosmopolitan Challenge Kristoffer Liden and Henrik Syse 
  • 3. Normative Foundation of the International Law of Peace in a Post-Western Age Cecilia M. Bailliet 
  • 4. The Good Faith Obligation to Maintain International Peace and Security and the Pacific Settlement of Disputes Cecilia M. Bailliet and Simon O'Connor 
  • 5. Protecting Which Peace for Whom against What? A Conceptual Analysis of Collective Security Pal Wrange 
  • 6. Protection of Human Rights and the Maintenance of International Peace and Security: Necessary Precondition or a Clash of Interests? Ola Engdahl 
PART II PRECONDITIONS OF PEACE 
  • 7. Human Rights Violations and Conflict Risk: A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment Kjersti Skarstad 
  • 8. Traps of Violence: A Human Rights Analysis of the Relationship between Peace and Sustainable Development Bard A. Andreassen 
  • 9. World Peace and International Investment: The Role of Investment Treaties and Arbitration Ole Kristian Fauchald and Daniel Behn 
  • 10. Environmentally Sustainable Development and Peace: The Role of International Law Christina Voigt 
  • 11. Nuclear Abolition from Baruch to the Ban Kjolv Egeland 
  • 12. The Potential of the Arms Trade Treaty to Reduce Violations of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law Gro Nystuen and Kjolv Egeland 
PART III CIVIL SOCIETY PARTICIPATION IN THE PROMOTION AND SAFEGUARDING OF PEACE 
  • 13. Non-Discrimination and Equality as the Foundations of Peace Vibeke Blaker Strand 
  • 14. Refugees and Peace Maja Janmyr 
  • 15. Transforming Reality: Employing International Law to End Practices that Exclude Women as Peacemakers, Peacekeepers, and Peacebuilders Cornelia Weiss 
PART IV INSTITUTIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF PEACE 
  • 16. Promoting Peace Through the International Law of Peace Operations Kjetil Mujezinovic Larsen 
  • 17. Quasi-Judicial Mechanisms: International Fact-Finding ? Cecilie Hellestveit 
  • 18. Building Trust Through Accountability: Transitional Justice in the Search for Peace Jemima Garcia-Godos 
  • 19. The Role and Contribution of International Courts in Furthering Peace as an Essential Community Interest Gentian Zyberi 
  • 20. World Peace through World Trade? The Role of Dispute Settlement in the WTO Ole Kristian Fauchald 
  • 21. Promoting peace and stability in cyberspace Sean Kanuck 
  • 22 The Constitutional Dimension of Peace Azin Tadjdini Epilogue Juan Carlos Sainz-Borgo 
  • Index