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書名 Netherlands yearbook of international law 2016 : the changing nature of territoriality in international law / edited by Martin Kuijer, Wouter Werner
出版項 The Hague : T.M.C. Asser Press : Imprint: T.M.C. Asser Press, 2017
國際標準書號 9789462652071 (electronic bk.)
9789462652064 (paper)
國際標準號碼 10.1007/978-94-6265-207-1 doi
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (xv, pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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computer c rdamedia
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系列 Netherlands yearbook of international law, 0167-6768 ; volume 47
Netherlands yearbook of international law ; volume 47
附註 The Changing Nature of Territoriality in International Law -- The Paradoxical Place of Territory in International Law -- A State Without Territory - Science Fiction or Reality? -- Territory in The Law of Jurisdiction: Imagining Alternatives -- Cartographies of the Present: 'Contingent Sovereignty' and Territorial Integrity -- Data Territories: Changing Architectures of Association in International Law -- 'Spoofed Presence Does Not Suffice': On Territoriality in the Tallinn Manual -- Cybercrime, Evidence and Territoriality: Issues and Options -- Reconfiguring Territoriality in International Economic Law -- Extraterritorial Obligations and the Obligation to Protect -- Citizenship at Home and Across Borders -- Territoriality and Asylum Law: The Use of Territorial Jurisdiction to Circumvent Legal Obligations and Human Rights Law Responses -- Schrodinger's Cake? Territorial Truths for Post-Brexit Britain -- Dutch Practice in International Law -- The Dutch Contribution to the Armed Coalition against ISIS -- The Dutch Referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement: Legal Implications and Solutions -- The Netherlands: A Tax Haven? -- Recent Developments Regarding the Direct and Indirect Application of Treaties by Dutch Courts: Fresh Approaches to Self-Executing, Non-Self-Executing and Non-Binding International Law -- Table of Cases -- Index
International law holds a paradoxical position with territory. Most rules of international law are traditionally based on the notion of State territory, and territoriality still significantly shapes our contemporary legal system. At the same time, new developments have challenged territory as the main organising principle in international relations. Three trends in particular have affected the role of territoriality in international law: the move towards functional regimes, the rise of cosmopolitan projects claiming to transgress state boundaries, and the development of technologies resulting in the need to address intangible, non-territorial, phenomena. Yet, notwithstanding some profound changes, it remains impossible to think of international law without a territorial locus. If international law is undergoing changes, this implies a reconfiguration of territory, but not a move beyond it. The Netherlands Yearbook of International Law was first published in 1970. It offers a forum for the publication of scholarly articles of a conceptual nature in a varying thematic area of public international law
Host Item Springer eBooks
主題 Territory, National
International law
Public International Law
Constitutional Law
European Law
Financial Law/Fiscal Law
Alt Author Kuijer, Martin, editor
Werner, Wouter, editor
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