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The role of national courts in applying international humanitarian law [electronic resource]

The role of national courts in applying international humanitarian law [electronic resource]

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E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Weill, Sharon.
Title Statement
The role of national courts in applying international humanitarian law [electronic resource] / Sharon Weill.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Oxford :   Oxford University Press,   c2014.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource.
기타형태 저록
Print version:   Weill, Sharon.   The role of national courts in applying international humanitarian law   9780199685424   (211009) 000045817739  
Series Statement
International law in domestic legal orders
ISBN
9780191765643 (ebook)
요약
International humanitarian law is applied across the world in domestic courts. This book investigates how five domestic courts, the UK, US, Canada, Italy, and Israel, have done so, arguing that they show a range of different approaches, from acting as apologists for the use of force to actively promoting international humanitarian law.
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Title from e-Book title page.  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Humanitarian law. International courts.
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Table of Contents

""Cover""; ""The Role of National Courts in Applying International Humanitarian Law""; ""Copyright""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""Table of Contents""; ""List of Abbreviations""; ""Table of Cases""; ""Table of Legislation and Instruments""; ""Introduction""; ""1. The political objective of the rule of law framework""; ""2. National courts and the international legal order: towards the rule of international law at the national level""; ""3. National courts and the international rule of law: from the local to the global (and back to the local)""
""1: The Apologist Role of National Courts: Legitimizing (Illegal) State Policy""""1. Exposing the role of courts through a critical analysis of judicial decisions""; ""i. Interpretation: Who interprets the text makes the texts""; ""ii. Fact-finding: the politics of establishing the facts""; ""iii. Moving disputes from the sterile courtroom into complex reality""; ""iv. Looking at cases in the context of a courtÂ?s political bias in the long run""; ""2. The apologist role of the Israeli High Court of Justice""
""2.1 The jurisdiction of the Israeli High Court of Justice and its policy of justiciability""""2.2 Background on the law of military occupation""; ""2.2.1. Prolonged military occupation""; ""2.3 The application of the law of military occupation by the Israeli HCJ""; ""2.3.1 Interpretation""; ""i. Prolonged military occupation""; ""The JamiÂ?at Ascan case (1983)""; ""ii. The security consideration""; ""iii. The welfare of the local population""; ""2.3.2 Fact-finding""; ""i. The `dominant factorÂ? test""; ""ii. The proportionality test""
""2.3.3 The political choices of the proportionality test""""2.3.4. The proportionality testÂ?s structural bias""; ""2.3.5. Political de-contextualization""; ""2.3.6 Policy outcome in the long term: From military occupation to apartheid""; ""i. De facto annexation of land via Article 43 and the physical separation of population""; ""ii. Segregate legislation via Article 43""; ""3. The apologist role of the Belgrade War Crimes Chamber""; ""3.1 Historical background to the Court""; ""3.1.1 Jurisdiction""; ""3.2 The role of the Belgrade war crimes chamber in prosecuting war crimes""
""3.2.1 The case of Anton Lekaj""""i. The qualification of the conflict and the applicable treaty law""; ""ii. Protected persons status""; ""iii. Conviction""; ""3.2.2 The Scorpions case""; ""i. The Scorpions video before the ICTY and the ICJ""; ""ii. The Scorpions case before the Belgrade WCC""; ""3.3 Prosecution policy between 2003-2013""; ""3.3.1 The Suva Reka case (2009)""; ""3.3.2 The Lovas case (2012)""; ""3.3.3 The Bytyqi case (2012)""; ""3.3.4 The Beli Manastir case (2012)""; ""3.4 Patterns and trends""; ""3.4.1 The ability of the WCC to apply international law""
""3.4.2 The willingness of the WCC to apply international law""

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