International Law, Conventions and Justice

Edited by David A. Frenkel, LL.D.

ISBN: 978-960-9549-09-7, 308 pages

First published in 2011 by ATINER

Price: Paperback: 50 (It includes Shipping and Handling)

Electronic copy: 30

 

 

Table of Contents

List of Contributors

 

1

Introduction

David Frenkel

 

5

Part I: Origin, Conventions, Disputes

The Origins of Sovereignty in the Hellenic World

Jorge Emilio Núñez Curti

 

13

The Environmental Principle of Compatibility in International Fishery Disputes An Interpretative Exposition of its Archetypal Legal Format

Alexandros X.M. Ntovas

27

Intellectual Property and Human Rights: The Case of Copyright

Ana Eduarda Santos

 

47

Climate Change at the Edges of Legal Rationality

Kirk W. Junker

 

65

The Impact of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) on International Cultural Musical Exchange

John Thomas

 

81

Conceptualising International Peace Mediation - Bring Back the Law

Brenda Daly and Noelle Higgins

 

93

The Differences between International and Non-International Armed Conflict New Tendencies in the Morden Society

Sandra Fabijanić Gagro

 

105

Insoluble Dilemma: Armenian-Azerbaijan Conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh

Farhad Mirzayev

119

Part II: Justice

 

 

The United Nations and Human Rights: A New Light for the Charter

Nathalie Meurens

 

133

The Ever-Evolving Processes for Enforcing the Judgments of the European Court of Human Right

John Cary Sims

 

149

Shorter way to the Court? System of Preliminary References Procedure under the Umbrella of Principle of Effective Judicial Protection

Agata B. Capik

 

159

The Organisation of Social Services in Europe: From Philanthropy to Social Solidarity

Manuela Consito

 

179

A State of Rightlessness: The Egregious Case of North Korea

Morse H. Tan

 

191

Reflections on the Intricate Relationship between International Justice and Africa

Eric Jeanpierre

 

209

The Doctrine of the Exhaustion of Local Remedies in the African Region for the Protection of Human Rights The Implications of the ECOWAS Court Nonconformist Stance

Dane Ally

229

International Patent Regime, HIV/AIDS Pandemic, and Access to Essential Medicines in Developing Countries

Evaristus Oshionebo

 

239

The WTO and Public Health, Access to Essential Medicine in HIV/AIDs: The Developing Countries Perspective

Isaac Igwe

 

255

Making WTO Remedies Work for Developing Nations: The Need for Class Actions

Phoenix Cai

 

281

US Internal Immiration Enforcement

Lorraine Schmall

 

291