|1.||Klabbers, Jan (editor-in-Chief) : Finnish yearbook of international law, 2011|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Finnish yearbook of international law : vol. 20, 2009 / Klabbers, Jan (editor-in-Chief), ix, 465 p.. - Oxford : Hart, 2011.
ABSTRACT: GENERAL SECTION:. 1. Martti Koskenniemi: Anniversary Article, FYBIL 20 Years On: The Case for Comparative International Law. 2. Viljam Engström: International Organizations, Constitutionalism and Reform. 3. Pekka Niemelä: The Day in the Life of Responsibility to Protect. 4. Magdalena Kmak: Limits of Sovereignty? – Rethinking the Conflict between Human Rights and Immigration in the European Union. 5. Stiina Löytömäki: The Question of Collective Responsibility of France for Crimes Committed under Vichy. 6. Dimitris Efthymiou: Climate Change, Human Rights and Distributive Justice. 7. Phoebe Okowa: State and Individual Responsibility in International Conflicts: Contours of an Evolving Relationship. 8. Ragnar Nordeide: Fragmentation and the Leeway of the VCLT: Interpreting the ECHR in Light of Other International Law. Special Section: Changing Futures? Science and International Law:. 1. Jan Klabbers: Introduction to Special Theme: Changing Futures? Science and International Law. 2. Allan Rosas: The Death of International Law? 3. Anna Riddel: Scientific Evidence in the International Court of Justice – Problems and Possibilities. 3. Céline Lévesque: Science in the Hands of International Investment Tribunals: A Case for ‘Scientific due Process’. 4. Maria Weimer: Policy Choice versus Science in Regulating Animal Cloning under the WTO Law. 5. Dhrubajyoti Bhattacharya: A.S. v. Hungary: A Case-Study in Adjucating Reproductive Health Claims and the Challenges posed by Interpreting Existent Human Rights Treaties. 6. Lisa Clarke: Global Health Public-Private Partnerships: Better Protecting Against Disease but Creating a Gap in Responsibility under International Law. 7. Sophie Gambardella: The Role of Scientific Committees Within Regional Fishing Commissions. 8. Caroline E. Foster: The Consultation of Independent Experts by International Courts and Tribunals in Health and Environment Cases.
NOTE (GENERAL): UN charter; ECHR; EU charter of fundamental rights; Schengen convention; Dublin convention; Nuremberg charter; ToA; Kyoto protocol; Vienna convention on the law of treaties;