Each monograph in this distinguished series presents analyses by leading authorities
on the international law aspects of a significant issue in world affairs
based on ASIL research or Society-sponsored symposia.
||Proceedings of the First International Humanitarian Law Dialogs No. 39|
By Elizabeth Andersen and David M. Crane, eds., ASIL, 2007 c. pp. 225 (Paperback)
This volume provides a record of the proceedings of the historic meeting of international prosecutors at the Chautauqua Institution on August 29, 2007 in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Hague Rules of 1907. Included are speeches, and commemorative papers, summaries of dialogs on the history, procedure, and jurisprudence of international tribunals from Nuremberg to the International Criminal Court. The First Chautauqua Declaration is also included.
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|Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement: Annotations, Revised Edition No. 38|
By Walter Kälin, Brookings Institute and ASIL, 2008, c., pp. 150 (Paperback)
This updated and revised resource, authored by the UN Secretary General's Representative on the Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons, clarifies and explains the key aspects of the Guiding Principles and their legal antecedents. The Annotations should provide an in depth understanding of the Principles for the legal community and for others seeking to strengthen international law so that it might better protect internally displaced persons.
||Trade as a Guarantor of Peace, Liberty and Security?, No.37|
By Padideh Ala'I, Tomer Broude, Colin Picker, eds., ASIL, 2006 c., pp. 228(Paperback)
This book is a compilation of lectures and papers presented at a conference organized by the international economic law interest group of the American Society Of International Law in November 2005 on the effect of trade and economic integration on the emergence of wars and armed conflict and the development of international economic law as a positive tool in promoting peace.
||The Methods of International Law, No. 36|
By Steven R. Ratner and Anne-Marie Slaughter, eds., ASIL, 2004 c, pp.271 (Paperback)
Scholars from around the world detail their approaches and apply them to a specific international law questions (e.g., limitations on a state's ability to prosecute foreigners for crimes committed abroad against other foreigners). An exceptional tool for classroom use!
||International Law: A Handbook for Judges, No. 35|
By David J. Bederman, Christopher J. Borgen, and David A. Martin, ASIL, 2003 c., pp. 145 (Paperback)
At a time when questions of international law are arising with increasing frequency in U.S. federal and state courts, as well as in the news media, this brief overview of basic international law concepts is intended to serve as both a reference tool on selected topics of international law and as a practical guide for use by judges and practitioners.
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Studies in Transnational Legal Policy Series
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