Cambridge University Press, 2005. — 842 p.Эта книга, написанная опытным практиком, описывает как государства и международные организации, в особенности ООН, создают и используют международное право. Описаны природа и фундаментальные концепции международного права.A concise account of international law by an experienced practitioner, this book explains how states and international organisations, especially the United Nations, make and use international law. The nature of international law and its fundamental concepts and principles are described. The difference and relationship between various areas of international law which are often misunderstood (such as diplomatic and state immunity, and human rights and international humanitarian law) are clearly explained. The essence of new specialist areas of international law relating to the environment, human rights and terrorism is discussed.Aust’s clear and accessible style makes the subject understandable to non-international lawyers, non-lawyers and students. Abundant references are provided to sources and other materials, including authoritative and useful websites.Anthony Aust is a former Deputy Legal Adviser of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London. A solicitor, he now practises as a consultant on international law and constitutional law to governments and international organisations, both privately and with the law firm Kendall Freeman of London. He is a visiting professor at the London School of Economics. His publications include Modern Treaty Law and Practice (Cambridge University Press, 2002).Contents Foreword Preface Acknowledgments Table of treaties Table of MOUs Table of cases Glossary of legal terms List of abbreviations International law Private international law/co!nflict of laws The nature of international law The sources of international law Domestic law Subjects of international law States and recognition Criteria for statehood Recognition of states Self-determination Secession Recognition of governments De jure and de facto recognition Means of recognition Overseas territories Territory Boundary, border or frontier? Delimitation and demarcation Intertemporal principle Critical date Means of acquisition Res communis Common heritage of mankind Territorial integrity and uti possidetis Jurisdiction Territorial principle Nationality principle Passive personality principle Protective principle Universal and quasi-universal jurisdiction Effects doctrine Alien Tort Claims Act 1789 Abduction The law of treaties The Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties 1969 What is a treaty? MOUs Capacity to make treaties Credentials and full powers Adoption and authentication Final act Consent to be bound Rights and obligations before entry into force Reservations Entry into force Treaties and domestic law Territorial application Successive treaties Interpretation Third states Amendment Duration and termination Invalidity The depositary Registration and publication Sources of treaty texts Further reading on treaties Diplomatic privileges and immunities The establishment of diplomatic relations and permanent diplomatic missions The functions of a diplomatic mission The members of the mission The premises of the mission Inviolability of mission archives Means of transport Freedom of movement Freedom of communication The diplomatic bag Diplomatic couriers Personal inviolability Inviolability of the private residence Inviolability of private papers, correspondence and property The difference between diplomatic immunity and state immunity Diplomatic immunity Waiver of immunity Social security exemption Exemption from taxation Exemption from personal services Exemption from customs duties and inspections Members of the family of a diplomatic agent Administrative and technical staff Service staff Private servants Nationals and permanent residents of the receiving state Commencement of privileges and immunities Termination of privileges and immunities Third states Duties of the mission to the receiving state Breach of diplomatic relations and the protection of the interests of the sending state Non-discrimination and reciprocity Special missions Consular relations State immunity The relationship of state immunity to other legal doctrines Sources of the law on state immunity Which entities enjoy immunity? Exceptions to immunity Enforcement Procedure Visiting forces Heads of state, heads of government, foreign ministers and other senior officials Nationality, aliens and refugees Nationality Aliens Asylum Refugees International organisations Membership and representation International legal personality Immunities and privileges Liability Dispute settlement The United Nations, including the use of force Membership Withdrawal, suspension and expulsion Regional groups The UN’s principal organs The UN’s specialised agencies The General Assembly The Security Council Charter amendment Use of force Human rights Who enjoys the rights? Legal nature of human rights and exhaustion of domestic remedies Universal human rights treaties Regional human rights treaties Outline of the principal civil and political rights General qualifications to rights Reservations Derogations Enforcement The law of armed conflict (international humanitarian law) Sources International and internal armed conflicts Weaponry Prisoners of war Mercenaries Civilians and civilian objects Occupied territory Enforcement UN forces International Committee of the Red Cross International criminal law Mutual legal assistance Extradition International crimes International tribunals International Criminal Court (ICC) Terrorism Definitions Universal terrorism conventions Security Council The law of the sea Internal waters Baselines Territorial sea Contiguous zone Exclusive economic zone International straits Construction of artificial islands and other installations in the EEZ or on the continental shelf Delimitation The Area The high seas Nationality of ships Warships and ships used only on government non-commercial service Land-locked and geographically disadvantaged states Fishing Whales and other marine mammals Wrecks Protection of the marine environment Dispute settlement under the Convention International environmental law What is the environment? The development of international environmental law Concepts Whaling Other fishing Wildlife Biological diversity The ozone layer and climate change Nuclear material The marine environment Liability for environmental damage International civil aviation International Civil Aviation Organization Civil and state aircraft National airspace International air services, scheduled and non-scheduled Domestic air services International airspace Civil aircraft and airlines Air services agreements Warsaw and Rome Conventions Jurisdiction over aircraft Use of force against aircraft Special regimes Antarctica The Arctic Svalbard Canals International rivers Outer space International economic law Bilateral investment treaties ICSID Energy Charter Treaty World Trade Organisation NAFTA MERCOSUR International commercial arbitration Succession of states Independence of an overseas territory Secession Dissolution Merger Absorption and extinction Recovery of sovereignty Transfer of territory Continuity of statehood Succession to treaties Succession to state property, archives and debts Membership of international organisations Nationality of natural persons State responsibility Terminology General matters The internationally wrongful act of a state Attribution of conduct to a state Breach of an international obligation Circumstances precluding wrongfulness Content of the international responsibility of a state Cessation and non-repetition Reparation The implementation of the international responsibility of a state Countermeasures Responsibility of an international organisation Individual responsibility Settlement of disputes Informal means Compulsory binding settlement Jurisdiction and admissibility International arbitration International Court of Justice The European Union A brief history Institutions Council of Ministers Commission Parliament Court of Auditors Legislative procedure Community law Court of Justice Court of First Instance Common Foreign and Security Policy and Police and Judicial Co-operation in Criminal Matters Legal personality and treaties Human rights Acquis communautaire Competence Comitology European Economic Area Languages Qualified majority voting Schengen Subsidiarity Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe Documentation Index
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