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English
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New York : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated, 2019
Extent: 
152 page
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ISBN: 
978-1-5361-6485-5
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Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction: The Problem Stated -- Chapter 1 -- Universal Principles in International Law and the Necessity for Their Direct Application -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The State and the Rules: The Role of Principles -- 3. The Issues Affecting the Resolution of the Gabčíkovo-Nagymaros Dispute and the Separate Opinion of Judge C. Weeramantry -- 4. The State's Transformation and the Role of Non-Derogable Norms -- 4.1. Fundamental Principles and Jus Cogens Norms: The Interface -- 4.2. An Aside on the Origin and Basic Meaning of Natural Law -- 4.3. Thomas Aquinas, Nature and Natural Law -- 5. From Principles to Norms: The Role of Science -- Chapter 2 -- Non-State Actors and Human Rights: Their Double Role in International Law -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Non-State Actors and the Role of Law -- 2.1. The Problem of Personhood -- 2.2. Non-State Actors as Legal Persons -- 3. Legal Persons: Positive and Negative Aspects -- 3.1. Positive Aspects and Non-state Actors -- 4. NGOs Role as Public Conscience: The Litmus Test of the Relevance of Legal Systems -- 4.1. Non-State Actors and Global Governance -- 4.2. The World Social Forum -- 4.3. Radical Social Movements: An Assessment -- 5. Actors, Legal Persons and INGOs: Their Role in Global Governance -- Chapter 3 -- The United Nations System and Its Organs: Their Roles in International Law -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The United Nations: Its Principles, Purposes and Mandates -- 3. The Security Council and the Mandates and Principles of the UN Charter -- 4. Jus Cogens Norms and the Power of the Security Council -- 5. Can Security Council Resolution Be Challenged? -- 6. The Protection of Human Rights and the UN Organizations beyond the Security Council -- Chapter 4.
 
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10 A 90706
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