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By Pauwelyn, Joost
His recurring theme is how to marry trade and non-trade rules, or economic and non-economic objectives at the international level.
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By Bonnitcha, Jonathan
This book seeks to determine the level of substantive protection that investment treaties should provide to foreign investment.
By Costelloe, Daniel
This work explores in new depth the legal consequences of peremptory norms.
By Haye, Eve la
Does international law make perpetrators responsible for war crimes committed during civil wars?
By Fox, Gregory H.
This book analyzes the legal implications of international organizations assuming the powers of national governments.
By Sturchler, Dr. Nikolas; Series edited by Crawford, James; Bell, John
This book examines the relationship between military coercion and international law.
By Mitchell, Andrew D.
A guide to how the World Trade Organization interprets the rules and solutions to disputes between its Members.
By Henckels, Caroline
Caroline Henckels examines how investment tribunals should balance competing state and investor interests in determining state liability in regulatory disputes.
By Amerasinghe, C. F.
A detailed study of the law of international organisations, in principle and in practice.
By Temperman, Jeroen
This book conceptualizes the 'prohibition of advocacy of religious hatred' from the perspectives of international and comparative law.
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