Últimas Actualizaciones del Evento
La 67 sesión de la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas empezará el 18 de septiembre en Nueva York. Encuentra acá la agenda.
Además, el 24 de Septiembre se desarrollará la reunión de alto nivel sobre el Estado de Derecho. Más informaciones en la página del evento.
También les recordamos el informe del Secretario General de marzo 2012: “En aras de la justicia: un programa de acción para reforzar el Estado de Derecho en los planos nacional e internacional” (A/66/749)“.
Andrea K. Bjorklund (Univ. of California, Davis – Law) & August Reinisch (Univ. of Vienna – Law) have published International Investment Law and Soft Law (Edward Elgar Publishing 2012). Contents include:
- Andrea K. Bjorklund & August Reinisch, Introduction: The ILA Study Group on the Role of Soft Law Instruments in International Investment Law
- Moshe Hirsch, Sources of International Investment Law
- Melaku Geboye Desta, Soft Law in International Law: An Overview
- Andrea K. Bjorklund, Assessing the Effectiveness of Soft Law Instruments in International Investment Law
- Kate Miles, Soft Law Instruments in Environmental Law: Models for International Investment Law? Leer el resto de esta entrada »
Zürn, Nollkaemper, & Peerenboom: Rule of Law Dynamics in an Era of International and Transnational Governance
Michael Zürn (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung), André Nollkaemper (Universiteit van Amsterdam – Law), & Randy Peerenboom (La Trobe Univ. – Law) have published Rule of Law Dynamics in an Era of International and Transnational Governance (Cambridge Univ. Press 2012). Contents include:
- Wolfgang Merkel, Measuring the quality of rule of law: virtues, perils, results
- Helmut Philipp Aust & Georg Nolte, International law and the rule of law at the national level
- Tim Gemkow & Michael Zürn, Constraining international authority through the rule of law: legitimatory potential and political dynamics
- Gunnar Folke Schuppert, New modes of governance and the rule of law: the case of transnational rule-making
- Frank Schimmelfennig, Rule of law promotion policies in comparison
- Monika Heupel, Rule of law promotion through international organizations and NGOs
- Paulette Lloyd, Beth Simmons & Brandon Stewart, Combating transnational crime: the role of learning and norm diffusion in the current rule of law wave
- Linn Hammergren, Rule of law challenges in middle income countries and donor approaches to addressing them
- Tilmann Röder, Civil-military cooperation in building the rule of law
- John Gillespie, Developing a theoretical framework for evaluating rule of law promotion in developing countries
- Richard Zajac Sannerholm, Rule of law promotion after conflict: experimenting in the Kosovo laboratory
- Sarah Nouwen, The ICC’s intervention in Uganda: which rule of law does it promote?
- Randall Peerenboom, Michael Zürn & André Nollkaemper, From rule of law promotion to rule of law dynamics
Source: International Law Reporter
Ingo Venzke (Univ. of Amsterdam – Amsterdam Center for International Law) has published How Interpretation Makes International Law: On Semantic Change and Normative Twists (Oxford Univ. Press 2012). Here’s the abstract:
Challenging the classic narrative that sovereign states make the law that constrains them, this book argues that treaties and other sources of international law form only the starting point of legal authority. Interpretation can shift the meaning of texts and, in its own way, make law. In the practice of interpretation actors debate the meaning of the written and customary laws, and so contribute to the making of new law. In such cases it is the actor’s semantic authority that is key – the capacity for their interpretation to be accepted and become established as new reference points for legal discourse. Leer el resto de esta entrada »
Kern Alexander (Univ. of Zurich – Law) & Rahul Dhumale (UBS) have published Research Handbook on International Financial Regulation (Edward Elgar Publishing 2012). The table of contents is here. Here’s the abstract:
The globalisation of financial markets has attracted much academic and policymaking commentary in recent years, especially with the growing number of banking and financial crises and the current credit crisis that has threatened the stability of the global financial system. This major new Research Handbook sets out to address some of the fundamental issues in financial regulation from a comparative and international perspective and to identify some of the main research themes and approaches that combine economic, legal and institutional analysis of financial markets.
Source: International Law Reporter
With more than 40,000 attendees from national and local governments, international organizations, businesses, and civil society, as well as more than fifty heads of state and close to 500 ministers, the Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development (“Rio+20” or “UNCSD”), which took place June 20-22, 2012, was one of the largest international conferences in recent history. For the upcoming High Level Meeting on the Rule of Law at the National and International Levels later this month in New York and the recently launched Sustainable Development Solutions Network, both sponsored by the UN, Rio+20 laid important environment-focused groundwork related to governance and the rule of law.
Its name invites comparison with the monumental achievements of the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development (“Earth Summit”), at which governments endorsed several binding and non-binding international agreements that have shaped the international discourse about sustainable development in the intervening twenty years. Leer el resto de esta entrada »
The following information on the Chinese Journal of Comparative Law (CJCL) has become available:
We invite submissions for The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law (CJCL), a brand-new law journal the inaugural issue of which to be officially published by the Oxford University Press in March 2013. The Journal will publish two issues each year and will accommodate substantial articles and shorter works including but not confined to legislative commentaries, case notes and book reviews.
ABOUT THE CJCL: The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law (CJCL) is an independent, peer-reviewed, general comparative law journal published under the auspices of the International Academy of Comparative Law (IACL) and in association with the Silk Road Institute for International and Comparative Law (SRIICL) at Xian Jiaotong University, PR China. Leer el resto de esta entrada »