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Non-state actor dynamics in international law

Math Noortmann

Non-state actor dynamics in international law

from law-takers to law-makers

by Math Noortmann

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Published by Ashgate in Burlington .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementby Math Noortmann and Cedric Ryngaert
SeriesNon-state actors in international law, politics and governance series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKZ3925 .N66 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24468474M
ISBN 109781409403166, 9781409403173
LC Control Number2010014678


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Non-State Actor Dynamics in International Law. DOI link for Non-State Actor Dynamics in International Law. Non-State Actor Dynamics in International Law book. From Law-Takers to Law-Makers. By Cedric Ryngaert.

Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 6 May Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge. DOI https://doi Cited by: 6. This book examines the position of non-state actors in international law as law-makers and law-takers and questions whether these different positions can or should be separated from each other.

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Cedric Ryngaert, Math Noortmann Aug Non-state actors have always been treated with ambivalence in the works of international law. International Law-Making by Non-State Actors: Changing the Model or Putting the Phenomenon into Perspective. NON-STATE ACTOR DYNAMICS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW - FROM LAW-TAKERS TO LAWMAKERS, Chapter 8, pp.

Cited by: 4. About Non-State Actors in International Law. The role and position of non-state actors in international law is the subject of a long-standing and intensive scholarly debate.

This book explores the participation of this new category of actors in an international legal system that has historically been dominated by states. Summary. States are traditionally considered to be the sole subjects of international law. In the real world, however, non-State actors, such as multinational corporations, insurgent or terrorist groups, or leading charitable or issue-oriented organizations (NGOs), have sometimes become more influential and.

Book title Non-state actor dynamics in international law: from law-takers to law-makers Pages (from-to) Publisher Farnham: Ashgate ISBN Serie Non-state actors in international law, politics and governance series Document type Chapter Faculty Faculty of Law (FdR) Institute Amsterdam Center for International Law (ACIL) Abstract.

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The Rise of Non-State Actors in Global Governance: Opportunities and Limitations 7 International NGOs were, in many cases, created in response to these flaws. NGOs and businesses have shown a remarkable ability to establish transnational links, address global problems, and work to resolve failures in the global system.

Nonetheless, the rising File Size: KB. The Status of Non-State Actors under the International Rule of Law: A Search for Global Justice Mohammad H. Zarei1 Azar Safari2 Introduction In this chapter we examine the position of non-state actors (NSAs) as new players in international law.

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The importance of nonstate actors and the possibility that they might be addressees of international law makes it troublesome to consider that they are irrelevant for international law.

Moreover, given their power, participation, influence, and impact on legal interests and processes, some nonstate entities are properly referred to as actors.

Who Are the Various Actors in International Law Traditionally, international law dealt only with the relations between states, and states were the only creators and subjects of the law. Today that has changed, with new actors joining states as both creators and subjects.

Participants in the international legal system: multiple perspectives on non-state actors in international law Link to publication Citation for published version (APA): d' Aspremont, J. Non-state actors in international law: oscillating between concepts and dynamics.

In : Jean d'Aspremont. Noortmann M () Understanding Non-State Actors in the Contemporary World Society: Transcending the International, Mainstreaming the Transnational, or Bringing the Participants Back In.

In: Noortmann M, Ryngaert C (eds) Non-State Actor Dynamics in International Law. From Law-Takers to Law-Makers. Ashgate, Farnham/Burlington, pp –Author: Ezequiel Heffes, Marcos D. Kotlik, Manuel J. Ventura. International law-making by non-state actors: changing the model or putting the phenomenon into perspective.

Published in: Non-state actor dynamics in international law: from law-takers to law-makers, - Series: Non-state actors in international law, politics and governance series: Author: d' Aspremont, J.

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Description - Non-State Actors in International Law by Dr. Math Noortmann The role and position of non-state actors in international law is the subject of a long-standing and intensive scholarly debate.

This book explores the participation of this new category of actors in an international legal system that has historically been dominated by. In international relations, violent non-state actors (VNSA), also known as non-state armed actors or non-state armed groups (NSAGs), are individuals and groups that are wholly or partly independent of state governments and which threaten or use violence to achieve their goals.

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(ed.), Non-State Actor Dynamics in International Law. That non-State armed groups (NSAGs) engage in hostilities on a frequent basis is not news. Indeed, NSAGs are active in the majority of contemporary armed conflicts (at 19). What seems to have changed in the last few years is the increasing attention that the international community is paying to their behavior, largely due to the impact that.

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