Leiden, the Netherlands : Brill Nijhoff, 
ix, 205 pages ; 24 cm.
Nijhoff law specials ; 90.
Formatted Contents Note
International law mastering the future: global governance millennium development goal / Paul de Waart Judicial activism in Strasbourg / Marc Bossuyt Reflections on the future of international criminal law / Harry H.G. Post Sixty years in the life of an international lawyer both as a teacher and a practitioner / Eric Suy New developments in the Cyprus question: the beginning of the end, or the end of the beginning? / Neri Sybesma-Knol The International Court of Justice, back to the future: keeping the dream alive / Karel Wellens.
"In the years to come the international legal order will have to face a broad range of challenges, of both an institutional and substantive nature. That is precisely the focus of this collective volume written by contributors from Flanders and the Netherlands. Although they are specialisrts in different fields of international law, what unites them is their position as Emeritus professors, with long and respected careers and a wealth of experience and insight. Their brief was to reflect - from their silver perspective - on the future of their respecrive fields and the most pressing challenges that lie ahead for them. The result is a fascinating, thought-provoking and above all original collection, offering the reader the benefit of the collective wisdom of this group of emiinent "silver" schiolars." -- Cover, page 4.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
KZ3410 .I5754 2015
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