Breau & Samuel: Research Handbook on Disasters and International Law

Breau & Samuel: Research Handbook on Disasters and International Law

Susan C. Breau (Univ. of Reading – Law) & Katja L.H. Samuel (Univ. of Reading – Law) have published Research Handbook on Disasters and International Law (Edward Elgar Publishing 2016). Contents include:
  • Susan C. Breau & Katja L.H. Samuel, Introduction
  • Christopher Newdick, Global Capitalism and the Crisis of the Public Interest – Sleepwalking Into Disaster
  • Kirsten Nakjavani Bookmiller, Closing ‘The Yawning Gap’? International Disaster Response Law at Fifteen
  • Susan C. Breau, Responses by States
  • Kristian Cedervall Lauta, Human Rights and Natural Disasters
  • Evelyne Schmid, Adverse human agency and disasters: a role for international criminal law?
  • Tilman Rodenhäuser & Gilles Giacca, The international humanitarian law framework for humanitarian relief during armed conflicts and complex emergencies
  • Tim Stephens, Disasters, international environmental law and the Anthropocene
  • Tahmina Karimova, Sustainable Development and Disasters
  • Leïla Choukroune, Disasters and international trade and investment law – the state’s regulatory autonomy between risk protection and exception justification
  • Stefano Silingardi, Responses by private corporations
  • Anastasia Telesetsky, An evolving role for law and policy in addressing food security before, during and after a disaster
  • Tade Oyewunmi, Security implications of conflicts, crises and disasters in the international energy industry: legal and policy considerations
  • Hà Lê Phan & Inga T. Winkler, Water security
  • Marie Aronsson-Storrier & Haythem Salama, Tackling water contamination: Development, human rights and disaster risk reduction
  • Michael Eburn, The international law of wildfires
  • Walter Kälin & Hannah Entwisle Chapuisat, Displacement in the context of disasters and adverse effects of climate change
  • Mary Crock, The Protection of Vulnerable Groups
  • James A. Green, Disasters Caused in Cyberspace
  • Simon Whitbourn, National Contingency Planning
  • Thérèse O’Donnell & Craig Allan, A Duty of Solidarity?: the International Law Commission’s Draft Articles and the right to offer assistance in disasters
  • Alison Bisset, Building Resilience in Post-Conflict Disaster Contexts: Children and Transitional Justice
  • Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne, Dispute Settlement in the Aftermath of Disasters

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