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The Persistent Objector Rule in International Law
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The Persistent Objector Rule in International Law

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ISBN-13:
9780198704218
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
25.04.2016
Seiten:
270
Autor:
James A. Green
Gewicht:
680 g
Format:
236x157x25 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Winner of the 2017 ESIL Book Prize!
Focusing on how states have utilized the persistent objector rule in practice, this volume details how the rule emerged and operates, how it should be conceptualised, and what its implications are for the binding nature of customary international law.
Sir Michael Wood: Foreword; Introduction; Part 1: The Origin and Legal Source of the Persistent Objector Rule; 1 The History and Emergence of the Persistent Objector Rule; 2 The Persistent Objector Rule in Case Law and State Practice Post-1945; Part 2: The Criteria for the Operation of the Persistent Objector Rule; 3 The Objection Criterion; 4 The Persistence Criterion; 5 The Consistency Criterion; 6 The Timeliness Criterion; Part 3: The Limitations and Role of the Persistent Objector Rule; 7 Peremptory Norms and Persistent Objection; 8 Maintaining Exemption: 'Fundamental' Norms and Extra Legal Factors; 9 The Role and Value of the Persistent Objector Rule; Conclusion
The persistent objector rule is said to provide states with an 'escape hatch' from the otherwise universal binding force of customary international law. It provides that if a state persistently objects to a newly emerging norm of customary international law during the formation of that norm, then the objecting state is exempt from the norm once it crystallises into law. The conceptual role of the rule may be interepreted as straightforward: to preserve the
fundamentalist positivist notion that any norm of international law can only bind a state that has consented to be bound by it. In reality, however, numerous unanswered questions exist about the way that it works in practice.

Through focused analysis of state practice, this monograph provides a detailed understanding of how the rule emerged and operates, how it should be conceptualised, and what its implications are for the binding nature of customary international law. It argues that the persistent objector rule ultimately has an important role to play in the mixture of consent and consensus that underpins international law.

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