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Call # KZ4850 .S98 2001
Author Szasz, Paul C
Title Selected essays on understanding international institutions and the legislative process / Paul C. Szasz ; edited by Edith Brown Weiss
Imprint Ardsley, N.Y. : Transnational Publishers, c2001
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Descript. xiv, 433 p. ; 25 cm
Series Transnational classics in international law
Note Includes index
The legal writings of Paul C. Szasz: p. 417-426
Subject International agencies
International courts
Treaties
Alt Author Weiss, Edith Brown, 1942-
OCLC # 46678019
Table of Contents
 Preface 
 Introduction / Edith Brown Weiss 
Pt. IThe International Legislative Process 
 1Improving the International Legislative Process7
 2General Law-Making Processes21
 3New Ideas to Help Eliminate Nuclear Weapons: A New Approach to Achieving a CBT59
 4Introduction to Administrative and Expert Monitoring of International Treaties63
Pt. IIStructure of International Organizations 
 5Thomas Jefferson Conceives an International Organization89
 6The Role of the U.N. Secretary-General: Some Legal Aspects93
 7The Complexification of the United Nations System123
 8Unions of International Officials: Past, Present and Future173
 9IAEA Safeguards: Sanctions201
 10The Ultimate Expansion of the World Bank221
 11The Establishment of the International Fund for Agricultural Development225
Pt. IIIDispute Resolution - Tribunals 
 12Enhancing the Advisory Competence of the World Court247
 13Granting International Organizations Jus Standi in the International Court of Justice297
 14Applicability of the Obligation to Arbitrate Under Section 21 of the United Nations Headquarters Agreement of 26 June 1947315
 15Reflections on Reviewing International Law, The International Court of Justice and Nuclear Weapons323
 16Should There Be an International Court to Try Diplomats?329
 17Adjudicating Staff Challenges to Legislative Decisions of International Organizations337
 18The Proliferation of Administrative Tribunals357
Pt. IVMaintaining Peace 
 19Creating the Namibian Constitution371
 20The Protection of Human Rights Through the Dayton/Paris Peace Agreement on Bosnia385
 21The Irresistible Force of Self-Determination Meets the Impregnable Fortress of Territorial Integrity: A Cautionary Fairy Tale about Clashes in Kosovo and Elsewhere409
 The Legal Writings of Paul C. Szasz417
 Index427