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9789046610169:Justice, Home Affairs and Security – 3rd, revised edition
Justice, Home Affairs and Security – 3rd, revised edition
G. Vermeulen & W. De Bondt
ISBN: 9789046610169 /  € 33,00
Publisher: Maklu-Uitgevers nv
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About the book:
This book offers insight into the development of the EU in the areas of justice, home affairs and security, embedded in a broader international context. In addition to the main part, dedicated to the EU, the book features chapters on cooperation in the areas concerned at Benelux, Schengen, Council of Europe, NATO, OSCE, G8/G20, OECD and UN levels.

The chapter structure is identical for all cooperation levels addressed, discussing their actual policies after sketching their historical development and institutional structure and functioning.

For students and professionals in criminology, law and political science and for everyone interested in European and international criminal policy making this book will prove relevant or insightful.
9789046610152:The role of not party in the trial before the International Court of Justice
The role of not party in the trial before the International Court of Justice
Dimitris Liakopoulos
ISBN: 9789046610152 /  € 75,00
Publisher: Maklu-Uitgevers nv
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About the book:
The limitations of the present investigation impose to restrict the analysis to the trial system of the International Court of Justice (ICJ), as it is not possible to examine in depth the problem of the position of the third state. The present study intends to contribute to the reconstruction of the structural features of the intervention as not party, as foreseen by articles 62 and 63, of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) Statute. The first part of this survey is dedicated to a general introduction to ICJ function (including principle and legality of acts of ICJ) and continues with the examination of the position of the third state absent from the judgment. First of all, the foundation and the objective and subjective limits of the res judicata are analyzed on the one hand. On the other, there are additional effects with respect to the judgment that the international sentence is likely to produce towards third states and to which the institution of intervention, in its various forms, intends to remedy. The second part is dedicated to the examination of the international trial. Within this framework the absence of an interested party may lead the judge to refuse to exercise its jurisdictional power, where the subject who was not involved in the trial represents a real “necessary party”. The examination of this rule, as stated and applied by ICJ, provides a further piece of the framework in which the figure of the third party intervention is inscribed. The type of incidence that a decision whose obligatoriness rests solely on the consent of litigating states has on the legal positions of third states is partly different from the prejudice that can be caused to individuals by a sentence rendered inter alias. It follows that the reasons that can induce a state to decide to take part in a procedure promoted by other states have at times been different from the reasons that induce private individuals to intervene in internal judgments.
9789046610091:The fundamentals of international commercial arbitration, 2nd revised edition
The fundamentals of international commercial arbitration, 2nd revised edition
Niek Peters
ISBN: 9789046610091 /  € 43,00
Publisher: Maklu-Uitgevers nv
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About the book:
Written from a comparative perspective, with an eye for international instruments and guidelines, this book deals with the particulars of international commercial arbitration. In an easily accessible manner it considers among others:

• the characteristics of international commercial arbitration
• the advantages and perceived disadvantages of international commercial arbitration
• the pros and cons of ad hoc and institutional arbitration
• the laws applicable in international commercial arbitration
• the essentials of the arbitration agreement and arbitrability
• the establishment and composition of the arbitral tribunal
• the duty of disclosure and the challenge of arbitrators
• the end of the arbitrators’ mandate and their replacement
• the organisation of the arbitration proceedings
• the powers, duties and liability of arbitrators
• the jurisdiction of the arbitral tribunal
• the course of the arbitration proceedings, from the request for arbitration to the award
• the form and content of the award
• the recognition, enforcement and annulment of the award

Everything is presented practically and analytically, drawing among others on case law and the experience of the author. Where indicated national arbitration acts as well as standing arbitration rules are compared and differences highlighted.

For those who want to get acquainted with international commercial arbitration or seek guidance with regard to a specific question that may arise in the course of an international commercial arbitration this book provides a convenient reference work.
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