Enforcement

MAKING TREATIES WORK - HUMAN RIGHTS, ENVIRONMENT AND ARMS CONTROL, Ulfstein et al., pp. 391-409 Cambridge, 2007

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Christian J. Tams

University of Glasgow, School of Law

Date Written: June 3, 2009

Abstract

This paper analyses approaches to the enforcement of international regimes in the field of disarmament, human rights and environmental law. It inquires to what extent the different regimes establish their own enforcement procedures, and what approaches (managerial v. coercive) they adopt. In addition, the paper analyses whether the general rules of enforcement, notably codified in the ILC's work on State responsibility, can be applied to special treaty regimes.

JEL Classification: state responsibility, enforcement of international law, human rights, arms control, environmental tr

Suggested Citation

Tams, Christian J., Enforcement (June 3, 2009). MAKING TREATIES WORK - HUMAN RIGHTS, ENVIRONMENT AND ARMS CONTROL, Ulfstein et al., pp. 391-409 Cambridge, 2007, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1413848

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