Table of contents
Introduction; J. Charney, D. Anton, M.E. O'Connell.
1. Questions of Theory. The Decline of the Nation-State and its Implications for International Law; O. Schachter.
Peaceful Separation: `A New Virus'? E. Stein.
Community Based on Autonomy; T.M. Franck.
Third Party Dispute Settlement and International Law; J.I. Charney.
Interim Measures for the Protection of Human Rights; R. Higgins.
`The Court Cannot Conclude Definitively.' Non Liquet Revisited; P. Weil.
2. Constitutional Questions. Nationalizing International Law: Essay in Honor of Louis Henkin; A.F. Lowenfeld.
International Agreements, The Senate and the Constitution; D.F. Vagts.
The Great 1994 Sovereignty Debate: United States Acceptance and Implementation of the Uruguay Round Results; J.H. Jackson.
Historic Influences of American Constitutionalism upon German Constitutional Development: Federalism and Judicial Review; H. Steinberger.
3. Human Rights Inquiries. Modern Constitutions and Human Rights Treaties; T. Buergenthal.
Derogations under Article 15 of the European Convention on Human Rights; R. St. J. Macdonald.
Francis Lieber's Code and Principles of Humanity; T. Meron.
Reflections on International Criminal Prosecution and Punishment of Violations of Humanitarian Law; A. Cassese.
4. Questions of Ocean Law. Managing the Law of the Sea: Ambassador Pardo's Forgotten Second Idea; L.B. Sohn.
Whither International Institutional Arrangements to Support Ocean Law? L.A. Kimball.
Law for the Sea's Biological Diversity; D.K. Anton.
U.S. Security Interests in a Post-Cold War World and the Law of the Sea; E.L. Miles.
Human Rights and the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea; B.H. Oxman.
5. Use of Force. Force, a Culture of Law, and American Interests; J.L. Hargrove.
Use of Force and Constitutionalism; L.F. Damrosch.
Regulating the Use of Force in the 21st Century: The Continuing Importance of State Autonomy; M.E. O'Connell.
Louis Henkin Selected Publications and Presentations.