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Jurisdiction in international law / 2nd ed

Jurisdiction in international law / 2nd ed (Loan 3 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Ryngaert, Cedric.
Title Statement
Jurisdiction in international law / Cedric Ryngaert, Professor of Public International Law, Utrecht University.
판사항
2nd ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Oxford ;   New York, NY :   Oxford University Press,   2015.  
Physical Medium
xxvi, 235 p. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Oxford monographs in international law
ISBN
9780199688517 (hbk.)
Content Notes
Introduction -- Public international law approaches to jurisdiction -- The territoriality principle -- The principles of extraterritorial criminal jurisdiction -- A reasonable exercise of jurisdiction -- A new theory of jurisdiction in international law.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Jurisdiction (International law).
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Holdings Information

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Contents information

Table of Contents

Cover -- Series -- Jurisdiction in International Law -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Table of Cases -- List of Abbreviations -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Scope and Method of This Study -- 1.2 Structure of the Study -- 1.3 Jurisdiction as a Concern of International Law -- 1.4 The Concept of Jurisdiction in Transnational  Domestic Litigation -- 1.5 The Concept of Jurisdiction in International Human  Rights Treaties -- 1.6 Concluding Remarks -- 2 Public International Law Approaches to Jurisdiction -- 2.1 The Lotus Case -- 2.2 Customary International Law -- 3 The Territoriality Principle -- 3.1 Historical Growth of the Territoriality Principle in  Continental Europe -- 3.2 The Territoriality Principle in England -- 3.3 The Territoriality Principle in the United States -- 3.4 Territorial Jurisdiction over Cross-border Offenses -- 3.5 Territorial Jurisdiction and the Internet -- 3.6 Territorial Jurisdiction over Antitrust Violations -- 3.7 Territorial Jurisdiction and Securities Regulation -- 3.8 Territoriality and Orders for Discovery Abroad -- 3.9 Territorial Extension of Domestic Law -- 3.10 Concluding Observations -- 4 The Principles of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction -- 4.1 Continental Europe v Common Law Countries -- 4.2 Active Personality Principle -- 4.3 Passive Personality Principle -- 4.4 Protective Principle -- 4.5 Universality Principle -- 4.6 Concurrent Jurisdiction and Normative  Competency Conflicts -- 5 A Reasonable Exercise of Jurisdiction -- 5.1 Comity as a Discretionary Principle of Jurisdictional  Restraint -- 5.2 “Reasonable Jurisdiction” Under International Law -- 5.3 The Jurisdictional Rule of Reason of § 403 of the Restatement  (Third) of US Foreign Relations Law (1987) -- 5.4 The Problematic Character of the Jurisdictional Rule of Reason  as an International Law Norm or Principle -- 5.5 The Jurisdictional Rule of Reason as a Norm of  International Law -- 6 A New Theory of Jurisdiction in International Law -- 6.1 Inevitability, Democracy, and Reciprocity -- 6.2 Substantivism -- 6.3 Devising a Jurisdictional Framework: Using Transnational  Regulatory and Judicial Networks -- 6.4 Revisiting Reasonableness: Protective Purpose and Subsidiarity -- 6.5 Final Concluding Remarks -- Index -- .

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