A Process Of Relational Governance For International Common Interest
Looks at international negotiation from a novel, relational international law perspective and challenges prescriptive models.
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
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|Afmetingen:||235 x 157 x 19|
Evangelos Raftopoulos is Professor of International Law and International Environmental Law at Panteion University of Athens. He is also the Founding Director of MEPIELAN Centre/Panteion University of Athens, an officially accredited UNEP/MAP Partner and a Member of the Mediterranean Commission on Sustainable Development. Educated at the University of Cambridge (Ph.D. (Cantab), LL.M. (Cantab), and Athens (LL.B.), he has been recently a Visiting Scholar at Downing College, University of Cambridge. He has participated in more than seventy international environmental conferences and meetings and has authored eleven books, numerous articles, and international reports.
'As a colleague of Professor Evangelos Raftopoulos, I would like to express my satisfaction that Cambridge University Press is publishing his book entitled International Negotiation: A Process of Relational Governance to International Common Interest. Although it is not evident from the title of this forthcoming book and the one that I received from Professor Raftopoulos many years ago, there are many problems and principles of public international law that form the basis of the content of both books. The title of the former book of Professor Raftopoulos that I mentioned is The Inadequacy of the Contractual Analogy in the Law of Treaties published in 1990. I congratulate Professor Raftopoulos for adding the interesting new book of the Greek Professor to the fundamental literature of international law.' Budislav Vukas, University of Zagreb
Part I. Theoretical Approaches to International Negotiations and International Common Interest; Section 1. The 'Theorization' of International Negotiation; Part II. The Negotiation Phases in the Conventional Construction of International Common Interest; Section 3. The Pre-Negotiation Phase as a Process of Transformative Governance.
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