Development International Law – Part 20

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Prospects for Principles of International Sustainable Development Law after the WSSD: Common but Differentiated Responsibilities, Precaution and Participation
Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger, Ashfaq Khalfan, Markus Gehring, Michelle Toering
Review of European Community & International Environmental Law
Volume 12, Issue 1, April 2003 p.54-68

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186

International trade law and Development A New Liberal Trade Policy Foundation
Hal Shapiro
ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law
Volume 9, Number 2, Spring 2003 p.431

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187

THE ORIGIN AND EMERGENCE OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL NORMS
Armin Rosencranz
Hastings International and Comparative Law Review
Volume 26, Number 3, Spring 2003 p.309

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In this symposium essay, I intend to explore the origins and influence of international environmental norms. I believe I can identify twenty norms as either prevailing or rising norms of global environmental law: sic utere tuo ut alienum non laedas (use your property so that the property of others is not damaged); subsidiarity; cultural diversity; the environment is a human right; the common heritage of humankind; environmental impact assessment; intergenerational equity; state sovereignty; the polluter pays principle; active role of civil society and NGOs; notification and consultation; equal access to justice; monitoring, reporting and disclosure; sustainable development; the precautionary principle; North-South equity; constitutional right to a decent environment; common but differentiated responsibility; common concern of humankind; and domestic enforcement.

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ENFORCING ENVIRONMENTAL NORMS: DIPLOMATIC AND JUDICIAL APPROACHES
Nicholas A. Robinson
Hastings International and Comparative Law Review
Volume 26, Number 3, Spring 2003 p.387

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In the space of one generation, through both national and international agreements, nations have established norms and a framework for environmental stewardship of the Earth. One sign of the acceptance and maturation of environmental norms is that nations now worry about how to enforce environmental law and how to achieve compliance. Enforcement of environmental laws is essential to attaining the international objective of sustainable development. To be effective, this enforcement must be routine, reasonably resourced and predictable-an arduous challenge. In order to build a sustainable global community, the nations of the world must renew their commitment to the United Nations, fulfill their obligations under existing international agreements and support the implementation of the Earth Charter principles with an international legally binding instrument on environment and development.

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Does International Law Curtail Development-Induced Displacement Through the Prohibition of Genocide and Ethnocide?
Stefanie Ricarda Roos
Human Rights Brief
Volume 9, Issue 3, Spring 2002 p.14

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The ICJ in the Belgian Arrest Warrant Case: Arresting the Development of International Criminal Law
Neil Boister
Journal of Conflict and Security Law
Volume 7, Number 2, October 2002 p.293-314

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191

ILA New Delhi Declaration of Principles of International Law Relating to Sustainable Development
Nico Schrijver
Netherlands International Law Review
Volume 49, Issue 2, August 2002 p.299-305

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192

The Legality of NATO’s Intervention in Yugoslavia in 1999: Implications for the Progressive Development of International Law
Jeffrey S. Morton
ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law
Volume 9, Number 1, Fall 2002 p.75

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193

Sustainable Development and Postmodern International Law: Greener Globalization?
Barbara Stark
William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review
Volume 27, Number 1, Fall 2002 p.137

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Cooperation for Nominal Development or Politics for Actual Survival? South Asia in the Making of International Law
S. N. Al Habsy & Kishor Uprety
Florida State University Journal of Transnational Law & Policy
Volume 12, Number 1, Fall 2002 p.19

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THE 2002 JOHANNESBURG WORLD SUMMIT ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW COLLIDES WITH REALITY, TURNING JO’BURG INTO “JOKE’BURG”
George (Rock) Pring
Denver Journal of International Law and Policy
Volume 30, Number 3, Summer 2002 p.410

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