Austrian Review of International And European Law 2003 by Gerhard Loibl

By Gerhard Loibl

The Austrian evaluation of overseas and ecu legislations is an annual book that gives a scholarly discussion board for the dialogue of problems with public foreign and eu legislations, with specific emphasis on issues of unique curiosity for Austria. Its analytical articles concentrate on theoretical questions, present advancements, and rising developments in all parts of the sphere, together with designated studies of correct contemporary literature. problems with human rights legislations and the legislation of overseas enterprises also are lined. a massive essential component to the evaluation is its digest of Austrian perform in public foreign legislation, encompassing judicial judgements, government in addition to parliamentary records. The editorial board and advisory board include students and practitioners in public foreign legislations and eu legislation, making sure that the evaluate accurately displays the interrelationships among present advancements in legislation and perform and the theoretical foundations of the continued evolution of overseas legislations.

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Taft IV, State Department Legal Adviser, to National Association of Attorneys General, 20 March 2003. 2004). 13 I have tried to examine the case presented by Britain and the US at the UN and elsewhere to the effect that their action was authorized by Security Council Resolutions 678, 687 and 1441. These contentions simply do not withstand strict scrutiny of these resolutions, which simply envisage action against Iraq in event of its non-compliance with the requisites therein enumerated. It cannot be presumed that the resolutions, in the absence of any indication in the text, intended to transfer to individual members of the Organization the Security Council’s Charter-given power to determine whether its orders have been carried out by the state to which they are addressed and, in the event of non-compliance, what ought to be done about it.

2 In a sense, the imperial penchant for failure is a pity, for, otherwise, humanity might, by now, have emancipated itself from its narrow tribalism to achieve a form of the global unity so enthusiastically espoused by Alexander the Great3, Claudius I4 and Napoleon, not to mention prominent contemporary publicists of international law. * Murry and Ida Becker Professor Emeritus, New York University School of Law. 1 The remark was supposedly made on September 7, 1812, just before his army disintegrated in the rigors of the Moscow winter.

The nation feels less, not more, united. This, too, may be attributable at least in part, to the economic toll the American role as sole superpower has taken on the social fabric. 7 Moreover, the nation is about to reduce spending on such basic needs as education, health care and infrastructure by $100 billion. One consequence is that most US cities are nearly bankrupt. This does not describe a very supple socio-economic springboard from which to launch the leap into empire. Rather, it seems to predict the social divisiveness that marked the era of the Vietnam war.

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