Studies in international law (Oxford, England) ; v. 32.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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The International law and policy of multi-sourced equivalent norms / Tomer Broude and Yuval Shany Conflict of norms or conflict of laws? Different techniques in the fragmentation of international law / Ralf Michaels and Joost Pauwelyn The Power of secondary rules to connect the international and national legal orders / André Nollkaemper Multi-sourced equivalent norms from the standpoint of governments / Erik Denters and Tarcisio Gazzini Interpreting multi-sourced equivalent norms : judicial borrowing in international courts / Benedikt Pirker Jurisdictions and applicable law clauses : where does a tribunal find the principal norms applicable to the case before it? / Lorand Bartels The OSPAR Convention, the Aarhus Convention, and EC law : normative and institutional fragmentation on the right of access to environmental information / Nikolaos Lavranos EU review of UN anti-terror sanctions : judicial juggling in a four-layer, multi-sourced, equivalent-norms scenario / Guy Harpaz The Interaction between international investment law and human rights treaties : a sociological perspective / Moshe Hirsch Delineating primary and secondary rules on necessity at international law / Jurgen Kurtz Equivalent primary rules and differential secondary rules : countermeasures in WTO and investment protection law / Martins Paparinskis Multi-sourced equivalent norms and the legitimacy of indigenous peoples' rights under international law / Claire Charters multi-sourced equivalent norms : concluding thoughts / Robert Howse.