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Since 1914, »Peace through Law« is the guiding motto of the world's oldest university institute for public international law, the Walther Schücking Institute for International Law at Kiel University. Marking the occasion of its 100th anniversary, an international conference assessed international law's contribution to the maintenance and restoration of global peace and security. The present volume assembles the conference papers which address questions of urgent topicality.

Overview

Part I: 100 Years of Public International Law

Knut Ipsen
100 Years of Public International Law in Kiel: The History of the Walther Schücking Institute

James Crawford
The Unfolding of Public International Law Since 1914: International Judgments and Domestic Courts with Special Reference to Germany

Part II: Maintenance and Restoration of International Peace and Security

Gunter Pleuger
Maintenance and Restoration of International Peace and Security by Diplomatic Means

Francisco Orrego Vicuña
Maintenance and Restoration of International Peace and Security Through Arbitration and Judicial Settlement

Théodore Christakis and Karine Bannelier
Maintenance and Restoration of International Peace and Security by Means of Force

Lucy Keller Läubli
Case Study on Cambodia

Frank Hoffmeister
Case Study on Cyprus

Jean-Yves de Cara
Case Study on Libya

Part III: International Humanitarian Law

Marco Sassòli and Yvette Issar
Challenges to International Humanitarian Law

Andreas Paulus
UN Missions and the Law of Occupation

Marth Noortmann and Ioannis Chapsos
Private Military Companies: A Transnational Legal Approach

List of Authors

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