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The Oxford Handbook of the International Law of Global Security

ISBN : 9780198827276

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¥26,477
Author: 
Robin Geiss; Nils Melzer
Pages
1200 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
180 x 255 mm
Pub date
Feb 2021
Series
Oxford Handbooks
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  • A comprehensive and systematic overview of the relationship between international law and global security challenges
  • Addresses recent debates about the relationship between public international law and global security, evaluating the effectiveness of the law in contributing to sustainable global security governance
  • Major areas of coverage include armed conflict, human rights, the environment, and technology
  • Assesses the role of international organizations and other institutional actors in the global security architecture

    
Understanding the global security environment and delivering the necessary governance responses is a central challenge of the 21st century. On a global scale, the central regulatory tool for such responses is public international law. But what is the state, role, and relevance of public international law in today's complex and highly dynamic global security environment? Which concepts of security are anchored in international law? How is the global security environment shaping international law, and how is international law in turn influencing other normative frameworks?
   
The Oxford Handbook of the International Law of Global Security provides a ground-breaking overview of the relationship between international law and global security. It constitutes a comprehensive and systematic mapping of the various sub-fields of international law dealing with global security challenges, and offers authoritative guidance on key trends and debates around the relationship between public international law and global security governance. This Handbook highlights the central role of public international law in an effective global security architecture and, in doing so, addresses some of the most pressing legal and policy challenges of our time. The Handbook features original contributions by leading scholars and practitioners from a wide range of professional and disciplinary backgrounds, reflecting the fluidity of the concept of global security and the diversity of scholarship in this area.

Index: 

Introduction, Robin Geiß and Nils Melzer
Part I. International Law and Global Security
1:The Concept of Security in International Law, Nigel White and Auden Davies-Bright
2:The Global Security Agenda: Securitization of Everything?, Hitoshi Nasu
3:The Transformation of Security Concepts: Beyond the State, Ursula Schroeder
4:Transnationalization of Security, Tilmann Altwicker
5:Gendered Security, Gina Heathcote
6:Accidently Insecure, Peter Hough
7:Global Security and Neurophilosophy: Understanding the Human Factor, Nayef Al-Rodhan and Ioana-Maria Puscas
  

Part II. Predominant Security Challenges and International Law
National and Transnational Security
8:Corruption and Global Security, Cecily Rose
9:Internal Strife and Insurgency, Christian Henderson
10:International Law and State Failure, Rob McLaughlin
11:Terrorism and the Security Council, Helen Duffy and Larissa van den Herik
12:Transnational Organized Crime, Pierre Hauck and Sven Peterke
International Security
13:Aggression, Claus Kreß
14:Armed Conflicts, International Law and Global Security, Jakob Kellenberger
15:Contested Territory, Christopher J Borgen
16:Maritime Security, Douglas Guilfoyle
17:International Disarmament and Arms Control: In the Middle of a Paradigm Shift?, Mirko Sossai
18:Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament under International Law, Masahiko Asada
Human Security
19:Atrocity Crimes and Large-Scale Human Rights Violations, Adama Dieng
20:Civilian Protection in Armed Conflict, Cordula Droege and Helen Durham
21:Human Trafficking and Slavery, Vladislava Stoyanova
22:Institutionalized Inhumanity: From Torture to Assassination, Natasa Mavronicola
23:Migration, Displacement, Security and International Law, Ben Saul
24:States and Non-State Actors and Human Security, Markos Karavias
Economic and Resource Security
25:Energy Security in International Law, Tibisay Morgandi and Jorge E Viñuales
26:Financial Crises, Jasper Finke
27:Food Security, Hilal Elver
28:Humanitarian Relief in Situations of Armed Conflict, Emanuela-Chiara Gillard and Nathalie Weizmann
29:Water Security, Pierre Thielbörger
Environmental Security
30:Climate Change and Security, Joyeeta Gupta and Hilmer Bosch
31:International Disaster Law, Arnold N Pronto
32:Pandemics and Other Health Emergencies, J Benton Heath
33:Wild Fauna and Flora Protection, Gus Waschefort
Technological Security
34:Artificial Intelligence and Robotization, Martina Kunz and Seán Ó hÉigeartaigh
35:Biosecurity, James Revill and Anna Roessing
36:Cybersecurity and International Law, Michael N Schmitt
37:Outer Space Security, Steven Freeland and Elise Gruttner
  
Part III. Security Governance Tools

38:National Security, Surveillance and Human Rights, Théodore Christakis and Katia Bouslimani
39:Peace Diplomacy and Conflict Prevention, Kimberley Trapp and Priya Urs
40:International Courts and Tribunals and Violent Conflict, Christian Tams
41:Criminal Prosecution, Fausto Pocar
42:We Who Are Not as Others: Sanctions and (Global) Security Governance, Antonios Tzanakopoulos
43:United Nations Peacekeeping: A View from the Ground, Benjamin F Kusi
44:Responsibility to Protect and Humanitarian Intervention: From Apology to Utopia and Back Again, Simon Chesterman
45:The Use of Force, Elizabeth Wilmshurst
  
Part IV. Power Politics, International Law and Global Security

46:China, Congyan Cai
47:Europe, Eleni Methymaki and Asli Ozcelik
48:The Global South and the Law and Governance of Global Security: Towards a Scholarship on the Global Ecology of Insecurities, Alejandro Rodiles
49:India, B.S. Chimni
50:The Russian Federation, Bakhtiyar Tuzmukhamedov
51:The United States, Malcolm Jorgensen
  
Part V. Global and Regional Security Mechanisms

52:The Association of Southeast Asian Nations and Southeast Asia's Regional Security, Diane A Desierto
53:The African Union: Security Governance under the African Peace and Security Architecture, Jerusha Asin Owino
54:The European Union, Eva Nanopoulos
55:The International Criminal Police Organization, Sabine Gless and Helge Elisabeth Zeitler
56:Non-Governmental Organizations: Their Relevance and Impact in the International Law of Global Security, Christina Binder
57:The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Steven Hill
58:The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, Thomas Greminger
59:The Role of the United Nations in Shaping Global Security Law, Adam Day and David M Malone

About the author: 

Edited by Robin Geiß, Chair of International Law and Security, University of Glasgow, and Nils Melzer, Professor of International Law, University of Glasgow
  
Contributors:
Tilmann Altwicker, University of Zurich
Nayef Al-Rodhan, Geneva Centre for Security Policy
Masahiko Asada, Kyoto University
Christina Binder, Bundeswehr University Munich
Hilmer Bosch, University of Amsterdam
Christopher J. Borgen, St. John's University School of Law, New York
Katia Bouslimani, University Grenoble Alpes
Simon Chesterman, National University of Singapore
Bhupinder S. Chimni, O.P. Jindal Global University
Théodore Christakis, University Grenoble Alpes
Congyan Cai, Fudan University
Auden Davies-Bright, Nottingham Trent University
Adam Day, United Nations University, New York
Diane Desierto, University of Notre Dame
James Devaney, University of Glasgow
Adama Dieng, Under-Secretary-General and Special Adviser of the Secretary-General of the United Nations on the Prevention of Genocide
Cordula Droege, International Committee of the Red Cross
Helen Duffy, Leiden University
Helen Durham, International Committee of the Red Cross
Hilal Elver, UCLA Law School
Jasper Finke, Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection, Berlin
Steven Freeland, Western Sydney University
Robin Geiss, University of Glasgow
Emanuela-Chiara Gillard, Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict
Sabine Gless, University of Basel
Ambassador Thomas Greminger, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)
Elise Gruttner, Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Legislation and References Committees, Department of the Senate, Parliament of Australia
Douglas Guilfoyle, University of New South Wales, Canberra
Joyeeta Gupta, University of Amsterdam
Pierre Hauck, University of Giessen
J. Benton Heath, Temple University Beasley School of Law
Gina Heathcote, SOAS, University of London
Christian Henderson, University of Sussex
Larissa van den Herik, Leiden University
Steven Hill, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Headquarters, Brussels
Peter Hough, Middlesex University, London
Malcolm Jorgensen, Humboldt University, Berlin
Markos Karavias, Director of the Asylum Service of Greece
Jakob Kellenberger, President of the Board of the Swiss Foundation
Claus Kreß, University of Cologne
Martina Kunz, University of Cambridge
Benjamin F. Kusi, Brigadier General (Rtd), former deputy commandant of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre
David M. Malone, United Nations University and Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations
Natasa Mavronicola, University of Birmingham
Nils Melzer, University of Glasgow
Eleni Methymaki, University of Oxford
Rob McLaughlin, University of New South Wales, Canberra
Tibisay Morgandi, Queen Mary University of London
Eva Nanopoulos, Queen Mary University of London
Hitoshi Nasu, University of Exeter
Jerusha Asin Owino, University of Cologne
Asli Ozcelik, University of Glasgow
Seán Ó hÉigeartaigh, University of Cambridge
Sven Peterke, Federal University of Paraiba
Fausto Pocar, University of Milan
Arnold Pronto, United Nations Office of Legal Affairs
Ioana-Maria Puscas, Geneva Centre for Security Policy
James Revill, United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research
Alejandro Rodiles, ITAM University, Mexico City
Anna Roessing, University of Bath
Cecily Rose, Leiden University
Ben Saul, University of Sydney
Michael N. Schmitt, University of Reading
Mirko Sossai, University of Rome III
Ursula Schroeder, University of Hamburg
Vladislava Stoyanova, Lund University.
Christian J. Tams, University of Glasgow
Pierre Thielbörger, Ruhr University Bochum
Kimberley Trapp, University College London
Antonios Tzanakopoulos, University of Oxford
Bakhtiyar Tuzmukhamedov, Russian Association of International Law
Priya Urs, University College London
Jorge E. Viñuales, University of Cambridge
Gus Waschefort, University of Essex
Nathalie Weizmann, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Nigel White, University of Nottingham
Elizabeth Wilmshurst, Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House
Helge Elisabeth Zeitler, European Union Delegation at the United Nations

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