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Author Blattner, Charlotte E., author.

Title Protecting animals within and across borders : extraterritorial jurisdiction and the challenges of globalization / Charlotte E. Blattner.

Published New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2019.


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Physical description liii, 465 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Notes Based on author's thesis (doctoral - Universität Basel, 2016) issued under title: The extraterritorial protection of animals : admissibility and possibilities of the application of national animal welfare standards to animals in foreign countries.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 411-447) and index.
Contents Introduction: Protecting animals in an age of globalization -- Mapping the territory of animal law -- Shifting spatial dimensions of animal law -- Unanswered : indirect protection through the GATT -- Ignored : indirect protection through the TBT, the SPS, the ADA, the AoA, and the Special Treatment Clause -- Unexplored : direct extraterritoriality -- Extended jurisdiction through foreign policy, soft law, and self-regulation -- Lex ferenda : direct extraterritoriality -- Parameters of substantive law -- Comparative vantage points of extraterritorial animal law -- Legality of extraterritorial jurisdiction under international law -- Conclusion: Toward legal pluralism, postcolonialism, and interspecies justice.
Subject Animal welfare -- Law and legislation.
Universal jurisdiction.
International and municipal law.
Law and globalization.
ISBN 9780190948313 hardcover alkaline paper
0190948310 hardcover alkaline paper

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