Queen Mary studies in international law ; 31. International Law E-Books Online, Collection 2018, ISBN ; 9789004353329.
Actio Popularis before International Courts and Tribunals examines actio popularis in the context of the symbiotic relationship between procedural and substantive normativity in international law. Actio popularis is an important procedural tool devised to address the challenges posed by the relativization of substantive normativity and recognition of norms established to protect collective interests in international law. Farid Ahmadov's analysis underlines the ineffectiveness of bipolar litigation in enforcement of collective obligations in international law and the importance of introducing new procedural mechanisms to address the challenges posed by the transition from bilateralist to multilateralist normativity. The volume highlights the subtle link between interpretation of standing rules and the ways in which judicial policy concerns inform decisions of international courts and tribunals on admissibility of actio popularis .
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Front Matter Copyright Page Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Identifying the Elements and Operational Framework of actio popularis Understanding the Elements of actio popularis Enforcing Community Obligation Judicial Enforcement of Community Obligations Actio popularis before the ICJ Actio popularis: Other International Courts and Tribunals Actio popularis as a Question of Judicial Policy Conclusion.
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Print version: The Right of Actio Popularis before International Courts and Tribunals Leiden, Boston : Brill | Nijhoff, 2018,