Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
xii, 291 pages.
Queen Mary studies in international law. 1877-4822 ; v. 12.
Formatted Contents Note
Articulating international human rights and international humanitarian law : conciliatory interpretation under the guise of conflict of norms-resolution / Jean d'Aspremont The reform measures of ECHR protocol no. 14 and the provisional application of treaties / Anneliese Quast The accountability of international organizations for human rights violations : the cases of the UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) and the UN 'terrorism blacklists' / Cedric Ryngaert Complementing occupation law? : selective judicial treatment of the suitability of human rights norms / Ralph Wilde European Convention on Human Rights and the law of the sea : the Strasbourg court in unchartered waters? / Efthymios papastavridis Investors' rights qua human rights? : revisiting the 'direct'/'derivative' rights / Anastasios Gourgourinis Human rights considerations in international investment arbitration / Eric De Brabandere Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights regarding indigenous peoples : retrospect and prospects Timo Koivurova.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.