The Charter of the United Nations: A. Commentary of Bruno Simma’s Commentary. Alain Pellet. Université de Paris X-Nanterre. Follow this and additional works. The Charter of the United Nations: A Commentary (Oxford Commentaries on International Law) [Bruno Simma, Daniel-Erasmus Khan, Georg Nolte, Andreas. : The Charter of the United Nations: A Commentary ( ): Bruno Simma: Books.
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Since the second cjarter of this commentary on the Charter of the United Nations was published the text of the Charter may not have changed but the world has. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have had a lasting impact on international law and the Commentary has been fully updated commwntary take their impact into account.
The new edition has been completely revised and features a completely new chapter on UN reform, analyzing the effect of reforms which have already been implemented and examining why other proposals for reform have failed.
It will assess how these proposals could be improved, with a particular focus on the Security Council. This new edition also includes coverage of the creation brunl the Human Rights Council and the impact of the Responsibility to Protect doctrine.
This is the authoritative, article-by-article account of the legislative history, interpretation, and practical application of each and every Charter provision. Written by a team of distinguished u and practitioners, this book combines academic research with the insights of practice, and is an indispensable work of reference for all those interested in the UN.
The Commentary will be crucial in providing new directions for the development of international law and the United Nations in the twenty-first century. Purposes and Definitions II.
The General Assembly V. The Security Council VI. International Economic and Social Co-operation X.
Andreas Paulus is a Judge at Germany’s constitutional court. Michael Bothe – University of Frankfurt Prof. Rudolf Dolzer – University of Bonn Prof. Ulrich Fastenrath – University of Dresden Dr. Thomas Giegerich – University of Kiel Dr. Stefan Kadelbach – University of Frankfurt Prof.
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Scotland, Kosovo, Palestine our understanding unravels. This is a core question of international law and the troubling thing is that the best experts in the subject wouldn’t give a consistent explanation for the differences between these examples. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.
The Charter of the United Nations
Academic Skip to main content. Choose your country or region Close. Ebook This title is available as an ebook. To purchase, visit your preferred ebook provider. The Charter of the United Nations A Commentary Third Edition Edited by Bruno Simma, Daniel-Erasmus Khan, Georg Nolte, and Andreas Paulus Oxford Commentaries on International Law New edition of the authoritative, article-by-article account of the most important treaty in international relations Covers the legislative history, interpretation, and practical application of every UN Charter provision Addresses the impact of recent developments in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well simm UN reform and the responsibility to protect Written by a team of leading scholars and practitioners A new chapter on UN reform and coverage of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the responsibility to protect, and the creation of the Human Rights Council.
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