Making Treaties Work: Human Rights, Environment and Arms Control – publication review (E. Denza)

Author

Reviewed by Eileen Denza

Publication edited by Geir Ulfstein, Thilo Marauhn and Andreas Zimmerman Thilo.

Keywords

International environmental law; international human rights; international arms control; procedure; Aarhus Convention; complexity.

Abstract

This is a publication review for the relevant title and begins:
“This is a good news book for those who care about the development of international law into an effective, supervised and enforceable legal system. It contains authoritative and clearly organised research into the implementation of treaties in three areas, chosen because they are at the forefront of the modern development of international law, from self-contained co-existence to active cooperation among States”.

Citation

(2009) 58(1) International & Comparative Law Quarterly, 259-260.

Paper

Making Treaties Work: Human Rights, Environment and Arms Control – publication review