van den Herik: Research Handbook on UN Sanctions and International Law

van den Herik: Research Handbook on UN Sanctions and International Law

Larissa van den Herik (Leiden Univ. – Law) has published Research Handbook on UN Sanctions and International Law (Edward Elgar Publishing 2017). Contents include:

  • Larissa van den Herik, The individualization and formalization of UN sanctions
  • Tom Ruys, Sanctions, retorsions and countermeasures: concepts and international legal framework
  • Sue Eckert, The evolution and effectiveness of UN targeted sanctions
  • Lisa Ginsborg, UN sanctions and counter-terrorism strategies: moving towards thematic sanctions against individuals?
  • Dan Joyner, UN counter-proliferation sanctions and international law
  • Matthew Happold, UN sanctions as human rights and humanitarian law devices
  • Daniëlla Dam-de Jong, UN natural resources sanctions regimes: incorporating market-based responses to address market- driven problems
  • Alejandro Rodiles, The design of UN sanctions through the interplay with informal arrangements
  • Devika Hovell, Glasnost in the Security Council: the value of transparency
  • Kimberly Prost, Security Council sanctions and fair process
  • Kristen Boon, Timing matters: termination policies for UN sanctions
  • Pierre-Emmanuel Dupont, UN sanctions and international financial institutions
  • Andrew Mitchell, Sanctions and the World Trade Organization
  • Eric De Brabandere & David Holloway, Sanctions and international arbitration
  • Mercédeh Azeredoh da Silveira, Economic sanctions and contractual disputes between private operators
  • Ward Ferdinandusse & Pieter Rademakers, The prosecution of sanctions busters
  • Mirko Sossai, UN sanctions and regional organizations: an analytical framework
  • Penelope Nevill, Interpretation and review of UN sanctions by European courts: comity & conflict
  • Machiko Kanetake & Congyan Cai, Chinese and Japanese perspectives on UN sanctions
  • Amelia Broodryk & Anton du Plessis, African perceptions of UN sanctions
  • Jeremy Levitt, UN sanctions and peace construction in West Africa

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