"Международное право и сила политики: великие державы,
периферии и требования о сферах влияния в международном
нормативном порядке" ("International Law and Power Politics:
Great Powers, Peripheries and Claims to Spheres of Influence
in International Normative Order")
27-28 мая 2011 г.
Time Schedule of the 4th ESIL Research Forum,
Tallinn, Estonia, 26-28 May 2011
Thursday, 26 May 2011
16.00-17.00 Registration (Office of the Chancellor of Justice, address: Kohtu 8)
17.00-20.00 (Office of the Chancellor of Justice) Sessions of the 4 ESIL Working Groups (International Economic Law, International Legal Theory, Feminism and Environment)
18.00-20.00 International Law Journal editors' meeting
20.00-22.00 ESIL Executive Board meeting
Friday, 27 May 2011
9.00-10.00 Registration (Office of Chancellor of Justice, address: Kohtu 8)
10.00-10.25 Opening remarks (Academy of Sciences, address: Kohtu 6)
Indrek Teder, Chancellor of Justice of the Republic of Estonia
Anne Peters, President of ESIL
Lauri Mälksoo, University of Tartu
10.30.-12.00 Session I
Panel 1 (Academy of Sciences): International Law and the Concepts of Balance of Power and Spheres of Influence
Chair: Benedict Kingsbury, New York University School of Law
1. Milos Vec, Max-Planck-Institute for European Legal History, "Were “Balance of Power” and “Sphere of Influence” Legal Principles?"
2. Victor Kattan, University of London, "The Balance of Power and the Three Partitions of Poland: War and the Law of Nations in the Eighteenth Century"
3. Gregor Novak, University of Vienna, "The Balance of Power Today"
Panel 2 (Office of Chancellor of Justice, Left): Piracy as an Old/New Challenge to International Legal Order
Chair: Tullio Treves, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea
1. Carmino Massarella, University of Hull, "The Development of the International Law of Maritime Piracy"
2. Irini Papanicolopulu, University of Oxford, "International Law and the Prosecution of Pirates in National Courts"
3. Eugene Kontorovich, Northwestern University School of Law, "Rethinking the Penalties for Piracy"
Panel 3 (Office of Chancellor of Justice, Right) International Law of Minority Rights: Regional, Universal or Double Standards?
Chair: Boldizsár Nagy, Eötvös Lorand University/Central European University, Budapest
1. Nikolaos Sitaropoulos, Council of Europe, Office of the Commissioner for Human Rights, "Implementation of the European Court of Human Rights’ Judgments Concerning Minorities – Challenges and Reality"
2. Marina Tsikun, National Chiao Tung University, "Using Existing Legal Instruments to Protect Traditional Knowledge of Indigenous People"
3. Ulrike Barten, European Centre for Minority Issues, "Legal Minority Standards in Europe – Of Supporting and Avoiding Minority Rights"
12.00-13.30 Lunch (Office of Chancellor of Justice)
13.30-15.00 Session II
Panel 4 (Academy of Sciences) The Fragmentation of International Law, Regionalism and ’Greater Spaces’ – a Challenge to Universality?
Chair: Martti Koskenniemi, University of Helsinki
1. Ioana Cismas, Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, "Religious Actors and Fragmentation of International Law"
2. Maria Varaki, International Criminal Court, "The “Dark sides” of Justice"
3. Fabia Vecoso, São Paulo University, "The Inter-American System as New "Grossräume"? Assessing the Case-law of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights"
4. Annemarieke Vermeer-Künzli, University of Amsterdam, "Lex Generalis and Policy Specialis, or How the EU Changed the Law on Consular Relations"
Panel 5 (Office of Chancellor of Justice, Left) Kosovo and South Ossetia: Similar or Different? Consequences for International Law
Chair: Liliana Tymchenko, Kyiv University of Law
1. Levan Alexidze, Tbilisi State University, "Kosovo and South Ossetia: Similar or different? Consequences for International Law"
2. Milena Sterio, Cleveland State University, "A Tale of Two States: Minority Rights v. Territoriality in Kosovo and South Ossetia"
3. Stefan Talmon, University of Oxford, "The Recognition of Kosovo and the Myth That International Law Has Anything to Do With It"
Panel 6 (Office of Chancellor of Justice, Right) Oil, Gas and Questions concerning the Legal Regime of the Arctic Ocean and the Baltic, Black and Caspian Seas
Chair: Heiki Lindpere, Estonian Maritime Academy
1. Jenya Grigorova, Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne University, "Développements recents en matière de transport et de commerce de gaz en mers Noire et Baltique"
2. Khagani Guliyev, University of Strasbourg, "La mer Caspienne: un espace aquatique semi-délimité?"
3. Anna Marhold, University of Amsterdam, "In Too Deep - Russia, the Energy Charter Treaty and Nord Stream"
4. Jorge Vinuales, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, "Oil and Gas in International Law: Regulatory Models and Applications"
15.00-15.30 Coffee break (Office of Chancellor of Justice)
15.30-17.00 Session III
Panel 7 (Academy of Science) The Role of the European Court of Human Rights in Transition from Totalitarianism: the European mission civilisatrice of our Time?
Chair: Ineta Ziemele, European Court of Human Rights
1. Olga Butkevych, Kiev’s National University of Taras Shevchenko, "The European Court of Human Rights decisions as a Driving Force of Democratization of Court Practice in Ukraine"
2. Valentina Grokhotova, Novgorod Yaroslav the Wise State University, "Russia and the ECtHR`s practice"
3. Massimo Starita, University of Palermo, "Transition démocratique et notion de démocratie dans la jurisprudence de la Cour Européenne des Droits de l’Homme"
4. James Sweeney, Durham University, "Successor Trials in the Post-Cold War Era: Universality and Transition in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights"
Panel 8 (Office of Chancellor of Justice, Left) Cyber-Attacks and the Threshold to Use of Force in International Law: Rethinking Use of Force in International Relations
Chair: Thomas Wingfield, George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies
1. Marco Benatar, Free University of Brussels, "Cyber Sanctions: Exploring a Blind Spot in the Current Legal Debate"
2. Tamás Lattmann, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest "Virtual battlegrounds: the Dream for International Law de lege ferenda, or the Nightmare of International Reality de lege lata? Thoughts About the Legal Consequences of Any Possible Qualification of IT-attacks"
3. Johann-Christoph Woltag, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg, "Computer Network Operations Below the Level of Armed Force"
Panel 9 (Office of Chancellor of Justice, Right) NATO, CSTO and the United Nations: The Uneasy Overlap of Regional and Universal Collective Security Organizations
Chair: Erika de Wet, University of Pretoria
1. Alena Douhan, Belarusian State University, Minsk, "CIS, CSTO and the United Nations: Could an Active Regional System of Collective Security Ever be Established?"
2. Eki Omorogbe, University of Leicester, "The African Union and the United Nations: Conflict or Cooperation?"
3. Csaba Toro, Hungarian Institute of International Affairs, "Hierarchy of Responsibilities in International Collective Security: Regional Action as Subsidiary Response in the Absence of UN Security Council Authorisation"
17.15-18.45 (Academy of Science) Keynote speech by Mr Anatoly Kovler, Judge at the ECtHR, Human Rights in a Contemporary Society and European Values (Critique of Eurocentrism). Commentator: Rait Maruste,Member of the Estonian parliament Riigikogu, former Judge at the ECtHR.
19.00 - 21.00 Reception in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia, address: Islandi väljak 1
Saturday, 28 May 2011
9.00-10.30 Session IV
Panel 10: (Academy of Science) Russia’s Contemporary Understanding of International Law: Identical to Western Approaches?
Chair: Mark Entin, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO)
1. Anton Burkov, University of Humanities, Yekaterinburg, "Motivation for Direct Application of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (the Convention) in Russian Courts"
2. Christina Cerna, Organization of American States, "Comparing Russia and the United States as Regards International Human Rights Law"
3. Sergei Marochkin, Tyumen State University, Tyumen, "International Law Today: Some Contemporary Approaches of the Russian Doctrine"
4. Alexei Moiseev, Diplomatic Academy, Moscow, "Russian and Western Understandings of Sovereignty and Statehood: are There Any Differences?"
5. Rima Tkatova, Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, "Russian Spirit, Soviet Heritage and Western Temptation : un-« peaceful coexistence » in international legal theory in Russia"
Panel 11: (Office of Chancellor of Justice, Left) International Institutions, Decision-making Processes and the Logic of the Distribution of Power
Chair: Laurence Boisson de Chazounes, University of Geneva
1. Davinia Aziz, National University of Singapore, "Defying the Logic of the Distribution of Power: Constitutional Interpretation, Institutional Practice and the Work of the International Law Commission on the Responsibility of International Organizations"
2. Matthias Goldmann, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg "International Institutions and the Exercise of Power by Information: OECD Rankings and Blacklisting"
3. Rahim Moloo, University of Central Asia, Columbia University, "The Role of NGOs in the Decision Making Processes of the United Nations"
Panel 12: (Office of Chancellor of Justice, Right) The Definition of Aggression and the Prohibition of the Use of Force
Chair: Mariano J. Aznar Gomez, University Jaume I of Castellón
1. Leena Grover, University of Zurich, "The Kampala Consensus - Negotiating the Definition of Aggression for the International Criminal Court"
2. Astrid Reisinger Coracini, University of Graz, "State Acts of Aggression Before the International Criminal Court"
3. Cristina Villarino Villa, International Court of Justice, "The Crime of Aggression: Between the Policy-Maker and the Judge"
10.30-11.00 Coffee break (Office of Chancellor of Justice)
11.00-12.30 Session V
Panel 13: (Office of Chancellor of Justice, Left) International Law and Center-Periphery Dynamics
Chair: Thomas Skouteris, American University of Egypt
1. Sarah Nouwen, Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Cambridge "The Role of the International Criminal Court in Centre-Periphery Struggles"
2. Umut Özsu, University of Toronto, "An Enterprise Neither European nor Non-European: Litigating the Greek-Turkish Population Exchange before the World Court"
3. Mark Toufayan, University of Ottawa, "Imperialism, Humanitarianism, and the "Armenian Question" in Interwar International Legal Imagination"
Panel 14: (Academy of Science) The Role of International Lawyers in International Politics: the Life and Legacy of Friedrich (Fedor Fedorovich) Martens (1845-1909)
Chair: Bruno Simma, International Court of Justice
1. Arthur Eyffinger, Huygens Institute, The Hague, "Friedrich Martens: Between Legal Theory and Political Imperative"
2. Andreas Müller, University of Innsbruck, "Martens' Work on "The Office of Consul and Consular Jurisdiction in the East""
3. Rein Müllerson, Tallinn University, "In the Service of Two Masters – International Law and Empire (History and Today’s Implications)"
4. Alexander Yukhno, Youth Bar Association of Russia, "Fedor Fedorovich Martens: a Path to Internationalism"
Panel 15: (Office of Chancellor of Justice, Right) International Law in Foreign Policy and Military Doctrines of the UN Security Council’s Permanent Members: A Critical Comparison
Chair: Bardo Fassbender, Universität der Bundeswehr, München
1. Shitong Qiao, Yale Law School, "Wither China’s Non-Interference Principle?"
2. Yael Ronen, Sha'arei Mishpat College, "Oh the Times, they are A-Changing: The P5, Iran and the NPT"
3. Bakhtiyar Tuzmukhamedov, United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, "Transboundary Use of Force: Ban or Regulation?"
12.30-14.00 Lunch (Office of Chancellor of Justice)
14.00-15.00 Keynote speech (Academy of Science) "Power versus International Law, Power of International Law: Global Legal Order and Changing Power Constellations in the 21st Century" by Professor ONUMA Yasuaki, Meiji University, Japan; Vice President of the Asian Society of International Law (Speech followed by the questions and discussion).
15.00-17.00 Plenary session „International Law and Power Politics: Old Questions and Some New Answers?“(Academy of Science)
Participants: Anne Peters (University of Basel; ESIL President), Barbara Delcourt (Free University Brussels), Rüdiger Wolfrum (Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg). Moderator: Lauri Mälksoo, University of Tartu.
19.00-22.00 Gala dinner in the House of the Blackheads, address: Pikk tn 26.
Sunday 29 May 2010
9.00-14.30 Guided Excursions in Tallinn (to be paid separately when registering)
(Simultaneously: ESIL executive board meeting in Adson conference room, Meriton Conference&Spa Hotel Tallinn, address: Tallinn Paldiski mnt 4)
Европейская ассоциация международного права обсудили вопросы международной защиты прав человека - 02.06.2011
Объявление о проведении конференции "Международное право и
сила политики: великие державы, периферии и требования о
сферах влияния в международном нормативном порядке"
("International Law and Power Politics: Great Powers,
Peripheries and Claims to Spheres of Influence in
International Normative Order")
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