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Fairness in international law and institutions

by Thomas M. Franck

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Published by Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International law -- Philosophy.,
  • Fairness.,
  • Justice.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementThomas M. Franck.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX1245 .F73 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxvi, 500 p. ;
    Number of Pages500
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL791636M
    ISBN 100198259018
    LC Control Number95024168

    Fairness in International Judicial Institutions T he notion of “fairness” is central to the rule of law. It underlies, among other principles, the equality of all persons before the law, various elements of due process, and the basic tenets of democratic governance. BIIJ participants had the opportunity to explore the degree to which it is the. This book focuses on linkages among fairness, globalization, and public institutions that were discussed during and after an intensive, three-day international “dialogic” conference held in Honolulu, Hawai‘i, in However, it is not a record of papers presented at the conference, since no .

    With the acceptance of international criminal procedure as a self-sustaining discipline and as the tribunals established to try the most serious crimes in the former Yugoslavia, Sierra Leone, and Rwanda have completed or are beginning to wind up their activities, the time is ripe for a critical evaluation of these international criminal tribunals and their legacy. fairness in educational assessment has evolved with developments in learning theory and measurement, and it has increasingly been recognized as a necessary quality for inclusi vity in : Robin Tierney.

    Fairness and Justice. We are asking if we can get rule of law conclusion from equity or fairness considerations.) Brian It is that aspect of morality that evaluates our social arrangements and institutions (our practices). The concept of a social arrangement is . international law, body of rules considered legally binding in the relations between national states, also known as the law of nations. It is sometimes called public international law in contrast to private international law (or conflict of laws), which regulates private legal affairs affected by more than one jurisdiction. Nature and Scope.


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Franck. This new book by one of the most distinguished scholars of his generation offers a compelling view of modern international law. Based upon his Hague Academy lectures, the author establishes a framework through which the legal reasoning and theories which inform modern international law can be understood by students seeking an introduction to this large and complex area of by: This new book by one of the most distinguished scholars of his generation offers a compelling view of modern international law.

Based upon his Hague Academy lectures, the author establishes a framework through which the legal reasoning and theories which inform modern international law can be understood by students seeking an introduction to this large and complex area of law. International Law has developed dramatically during the past few decades alongside numerous international institutions.

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His critical analysis of the norms and institutions of modern international law inspires. isbn: oclc number: description: xxxvi, pages ; 24 cm: contents: part i: a critical analytical framework for a critique of international law ; part ii: fairness in empowerment of persons and peoples ; part iii: fairness and institutional power ; part iv: the law and institutions of distributive justice ; part v: fairness about.

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ed., ), Part I and at – 3 J. Rawls, The Law of Peoples(). 4 T. Franck, Fairness in International Law and Institutions(), at 7 [hereinafter Fairness].

5 Ibid, at 6 Ibid, at 6. that point of view. How far we can press the role of ethical values in international law. Fairness and International Law: An Analytical Framework Fairness and International Law: An Analytical Framework Chapter: (p.2) (p.3) 1 Fairness and International Law: An Analytical Framework Source: Fairness in International Law and Institutions Author(s): Thomas M.

In Fairness in International Law and Institutions,(6) New York University Law Professor Thomas Franck argues that the key to compliance is not so much the managerial process as the fairness of international rules themselves.

in a manner resembling the generic process examination found in the Chayeses book. The substantive international law.

The author offers a critical analysis of the prescriptive norms and institutions of modern international law and argues that international law has the capacity to advance, in practice, the abstract social values shared by the community of states and ries: International Philosophy in Social and.

Buy Fairness in International Law and Institutions New Ed by Franck, Thomas M. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Thomas M. Franck. Bogdandy, Armin et al. (eds.), The Exercise of Public Authority by International Institutions: Advancing International Institutional Law (Heidelberg, ) Boisson de Chazournes, Laurence, ‘ Les relations entre organisations régionales et organisations universelles ’ () RdC, 83– This ambitious work begins with the premise that international law no longer has to defend its existence but can now make substantive progress, particularly on the matter of fairness.

This the author does rather comprehensively, looking at the fairness of international law on the issues of self-determination, just and unjust wars, collective security, environmental norms, and international. Symposium on Thomas M. Franck's Fairness in International Law and Institutions, 13 (4) European Journal of International Law – () Ward, Christopher, Book Review, 48 International & Comparative Law Quarterly ().

Fairness in International Law and Institutions by Thomas M. Franck Synopsis This new book by one of the most distinguished scholars of his generation offers a compelling view of modern international law. Based upon his Hague Academy lectures, the author establishes a framework through which the legal reasoning and theories which.

`an original and groundbreaking source of international legal scholarship This thorough, scholarly treatise is bound to become a standard Highly recommended for graduate students and faculty.' Choice `this work provides a vision for the future development of international law and institutions and ends with a challenge to both scholars and practitioners to take up the issue of fairness in.

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1. Introduction. In an illustrious career of more than 50 years as an international law scholar, NYU Law Professor Thomas Franck perhaps best will be remembered for pushing the discourse from whether international law is law and whether international law is effective to whether international law is fair.

1 Franck breaks fairness down into, first, procedural fairness (or legitimacy) based on Cited by: 1.Edith Brown Weiss (born Febru ) is an American lawyer and legal scholar, known for her contributions on International Law; specifically International Environmentalshe served as President of the American Society of International Law.

She has worked for many international organizations, including the World Bank, where she was part of the Inspection Panel from Tom Franck’s Fairness Iain Scobbie* The ambit of this paper is both modest and circumscribed.

Circumscribed in that its function is to provide an overview of the structural qualities of Tom Franck’s fairness thesis expounded, principally, in Fairness in International Law and Institutions().