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Title Crisis narratives in international law / edited by Makane Moïse Mbengue and Jean d'Aspremont.

Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, [2022]
©2022

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Physical description 1 online resource (xiii, 194 pages)
Series Nijhoff law specials, 0924-4549 ; volume 104
Nijhoff law specials ; 104.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction / Makane Moïse Mbengue and Jean d'Aspremont -- The love of crisis / Jan Klabbers -- Crisis? What damned crisis? / Iain Scobbie -- Crisis narratives and the tale of our anxieties / Hélène Ruiz Fabri -- Crisis and international law : a Third World approaches to international law perspective / B.S. Chimni -- Covid and the crisis mode in international legal scholarship / Frédéric Mégret -- Narratives of solidarity in times of crisis : tales from Africa / Makane Moïse Mbengue -- International law as a crisis discourse : the peril of wordlessness / Jean d'Aspremont -- Covid-19 as a catalyst for the (re-)constitutionalisation of international law : one health, one Welfare / Anne Peters -- The Covid-19 pandemic crisis and international law : a constitutional moment, a tipping point or more of the same? / Yuval Shany -- Beyond war narratives : laying bare the structural violence of the pandemic / Eliana Cusato -- Repetitive renewal : Covid, canons, and blinkers / Christian J. Tams -- International law and crisis narratives after the Covid-19 pandemic / Catherine Kessedjian -- Only once ... upon a time? / Laurence Boisson de Chazournes -- Crisis in international law : the kaleidoscopic world confronts a pandemic / Edith Brown Weiss -- How learned are our lessons? / Mónica Pinto -- Hobbes and the plague doctors / Benedict Kingsbury -- The Covid-19 crisis, indigenous peoples, and international law : a vulnerability perspective / Malgosia Fitzmaurice -- Covid-19 and research in international law / Fuad Zarbiyev -- A narrative of crises from the perspective of a young scholar / Iga Joanna Józefiak.
Summary "Few would quibble with the idea that the SARS-CoV-2 virus strain has caused a crisis that affects just about everybody on the planet. As lawyers active in the field of international law, our reading and teaching, writing and thinking, law-making and adjudication have been profoundly affected. These nineteen essays, individually and as a group offer a range of reactions and insights, touching on the impact on international law in its present incarnation and in a broader historic context, a snapshot on the state of thinking about international law. They offer a reminder too, as Benedict Kingsbury tells us, of the wisdom of others, of the Maori insight about our propensity to walk backwards into the future with our eyes on the past"-- Provided by the publisher.
Other author Mbengue, Makane Moïse, editor.
D'Aspremont, Jean, editor.
Subject Emergency management -- Law and legislation.
Crisis management -- Political aspects.
Crisis management in government.
Disasters -- Law and legislation.
COVID-19 (Disease) -- Law and legislation.
International law.
International relations.
ISBN 9789004472365 (electronic bk.)
9004472363 (electronic bk.)
9789004472358 (paperback)