TitleLaw in the service of human dignity : essays in honour of Florentino Feliciano / edited by Steve Charnovitz, Debra P. Steger and Peter van den Bossche
Imprint Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2005
Descript xxii, 425 p. ; 24 cm

CONTENT

A judge's judge : Justice Florentino P. Feliciano's philosophy of the judicial function -- The benign first mate -- The Aristotelian -- Trade and economic justice according to law -- Justice Feliciano and the WTO environmental cases : laying the foundations of a 'constitutional jurisprudence' with implications for developing countries -- International trade law, human rights and theories of justice -- Developing countries and the international trading system -- North-South issues of foreign direct investments in the WTO : is there a middle-of-the-road approach? -- The participation of developing countries in WTO dispute settlement and the role of the Advisory Centre on WTO Law -- Reform of the WTO dispute settlement system : what to expect from the Doha Development Round? -- Interpretation and Application of WTO Rules : Florentino Feliciano and the First Seven -- Dispute settlement in the WTO : on the trail of a court -- A proposal to introduce an Advocate General's position into WTO dispute settlement -- Arbitration at the WTO : a terra incognita to be further explored -- The challenges to the legitimacy of the WTO -- The World Trade Organization after Cancun -- The reshaping of the international law of foreign investment by concordant Bilateral Investment Treaties -- ICSID arbitration and the state's increasingly remote consent : apropos the Maffezini case -- The notion of investment in recent practice -- Arbitration of investment disputes under UNCITRAL Rules and the choice of applicable law -- From Preston to Prescott : globalizing legitimate expectation -- The independence of the international judiciary : some introductory thoughts -- 'Straddling and highly migratory flags' before the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea -- Collective security and the personalization of peace -- Some thoughts on 'Asian' approaches to international dispute resolution -- The Cameroon v. Nigeria : Equatorial Guinea intervening (land and maritime boundary) judgment


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