Recent publications by PIL Faculty members

Dapo Akande

 

Efthymios (Akis) Papastavridis

  • E Papastavridis, ‘Piracy’, in A Nollkaemper & I Plakokefalos, The Practice of Shared Responsibility, Vol. III (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017) 
  • V Moreno-Lax & E Papastavridis (eds.), Boat Refugees’ and Migrants at Sea: A Comprehensive Approach Integrating Maritime Security with Human Rights (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Pub. 2016) 
  • E Papastavridis, ‘The Trafficking of Illicit Drugs’ in D Attard et al (eds.), IMLI Manual on International Maritime Law, Volume III (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016), pp. 463-490
  • E Papastavridis, ‘EUNAVFOR MED Operation Sophia and the question of jurisdiction over transnational organized crime at sea’, Questions of International Law, Zoom-in 30 (2016), 19-34
  • E Papastavridis, ‘The EU and the Obligation of Non-Refoulement at Sea’, in S Trevisanut & F Ippolito (eds.), Migration in the Mediterranean: Mechanisms of International Cooperation (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2016), pp. 236-262
  • E Papastavridis,The Protection of Shipping from Transnational Organized Crime (Athens: Academy of Athens Publ. 2015) [in Greek]
  • E Papastavridis, ‘Rescuing Migrants at Sea: The Responsibility of States under International Law’, in G S Goodwin-Gill and Ph Weckel (eds.), Migration and Refugee Protection in the 21st Century. International Aspects, Hague Academy of International Law (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Pub. 2015), pp. 269-308
  • E Papastavridis, 'EUNAVOR Operation Atalanta off Somalia: the EU in Unchartered Legal Waters?’, 64 International & Comparative Law Quarterly (2015), pp. 533-568
  • E Papastavridis, ‘The Use of Force at Sea in the 21st Century: Some Reflections on the Proper Legal Framework(s)’, 2 Journal of Territorial and Maritime Studies (2015), pp. 119-138
  • E Papastavridis, ‘The Interplay between Maritime Interdiction Operations and Human Rights Law’ 1 Acta Criminologica- South African Journal of Criminology (2014), pp. 36-52
  • E Papastavridis, ‘Is there a Right to be Rescued at Sea? A Sceptical View’ Questions of International Law, Zoom-in 4 (2014), pp. 17-32
  • Ε Papastavridis & K Trapp (eds.), La Criminalité en Mer/Crimes at Sea, Hague Academy of International Law (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Pub. 2014)
  • E Papastavridis, Non-Saving Lives at Sea in the Mediterranean Sea: Is there a Violation of Human Rights Law?’, in T Skouteris & M Vagias (eds.), International Organizations and the Protection of Human Rights. Essays in Honour of Professor Paroula Naskou-Perraki (Themis Publications: Athens, 2014), pp. 221-240
  • E Papastavridis, ‘Crimes at Sea: A Law of the Sea Perspective’, in E Papastavridis & K Trapp (eds.), La Criminalité en Mer/Crimes at Sea, Hague Academy of International Law (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Pub. 2014), pp. 3-52
  • E Papastavridis, ‘We Saved them. Now What?: The Unresolved Question of Disembarkation of Rescued Persons at Sea’, in J M Sobrino Heradia (ed.), The contribution of the United Nations Conference of the Law of the See to good governance of the oceans and seas, 2 Vols., (Napoli: Editoriale Scientifica, 2014), pp. 615-635
  • E Papastavridis, Terrorism and Maritime Security’ in B Saul (ed.), Research Handbook on Terrorism and International Law (Edward Elgar Publishers, 2014), pp. 74-99
  • E Papastavridis, The Use of ‘Ship-Riders’ to Assert Jurisdiction over Piracy and Armed Robbery Off Somalia: Is the Gulf of Aden the Caribbean?’ in M Mejia et al. (eds.), Piracy at Sea, WMU Studies in Maritime Affairs 2 (Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 2013), 47-65
  • E Papastavridis,The Interception of Vessels on the High Seas: Contemporary Challenges to the Legal Order of the Oceans, (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2013) [reprinted in paperback in 2014 with a new Preface]
  • Bantekas & E. Papastavridis, International Law Concentrate (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013)
  • E Papastavridis, ‘Allocating Responsibility between EU and Member States: the Case of Piracy off Somalia’, in G Andreone et al (eds.), Insecurity at Sea: Piracy and other Risks to Navigation (Giannini Editore, 2013), pp. 91-107
  • E Papastavridis, ‘European Convention of Human Rights and the Law of the Sea: the Strasbourg Court in Unchartered Waters?’, in M Fitzmaurice & P Merkouris (eds.), The Interpretation and Application of the European Convention of Human Rights: Legal and Practical Implications (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Pub. 2013), pp. 117-146

Catherine Redgwell

  • “International Regulatory Challenges of New Developments in Offshore Energy Technologies: Transportable Nuclear Power Plants” in D. Zillman, L. Godden, L. Paddock, and M. Roggenkamp, eds., Energy Innovation and the Law in the Age of Climate Change (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2017)(with Efthymios Papastavridis)
  • “United States of America – Import Prohibition of Certain Shrimp and Shrimp Products”, Ch. 20, in C. Miles and E. Bjorge, eds., Landmark Cases in International Law (Hart Publishing, forthcoming 2017) (with Callum Musto)
  • “Sources of International Environmental Law: Formality and Informality in the Dynamic Evolution of IEL Norms”, Ch. 43, in S. Besson and J. d’Apremont, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Sources of International Law (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2017)
  • “General Principles in International Law”, Ch. 2, pp. 5-19, in S. Weatherill and S. Vogenauer, eds, General Principles in European and Comparative Law (Hart Publishing, 2017)
  • “The Never Ending Story: The Role of GAIRS in UNCLOS Implementation in the Offshore Energy Sector”, Ch. 6, pp. 167-186, in J Barrett and R Barnes, eds., Law of the Sea: UNCLOS as a Living Treaty (BIICL, 2016)
  • “Energy”, Ch. 40, pp. 1071-96, in A. Nollkaemper and I. Plakokefalos, eds., The Practice of Shared Responsibility in International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2016)
  • “International Energy Law”, Ch. 2, pp. 13-136, in M. Roggenkamp, C. Redgwell, I. del Guayo and A. Ronne, eds., Energy Law in Europe (Oxford University Press, 3rd edition, 2016)
  • M. Roggenkamp, C. Redgwell, I. del Guayo and A. Ronne, eds., Energy Law in Europe (Oxford University Press, 3rd edition, 2016), 1234pp.
  • “Shared International Responsibility for Transboundary Harm Arising From Energy Activities”, Ch. 4, pp. 59-73, in L Barrera Hernandez, B Barton, Lee Godden and A Lucas, eds., Sharing the Costs and Benefits of Energy and Resources Activity: Legal Change and Impact on Communities (Oxford University Press, 2016)
  • “Intra- and Inter-generational Equity”, Ch. 9, pp. 189-205, in C Carlane, K Gray and R Tarasofsky, eds., The Oxford Handbook of International Climate Change Law (Oxford University Press, 2016)
  • “Transboundary pollution: principles, policy and practice”, Ch. 1, pp. 11-35, in S. Jayakumar, T Koh, R Beckman and H D Phan, eds., Transboundary Pollution: Evolving Issues of International Law and Policy (Edward Elgar, 2015).
  • C Redgwell and L. Rajamani, 'Energy Underground: What's International Law Got To Do With It? ' in Donald N. Zillman, Aileen McHarg, Adrian Bradbrook and Lila Barrera-Hernandez (eds), (Oxford University Press 2014)
  • C Redgwell, 'International Environmental Law' in M. Evans (ed), International Law (Oxford University Press 2014)
  • S Rayner, C Heyward, T Kruger, J Savulescu and Redgwell and others, 'The Oxford Principles ' (2013) Volume 121, Issue 3 Climatic Change 499
  • C Redgwell, 'The Wrong Trousers: State Responsibility and International Environmental Law ' in M Evans and P Koutrakos (eds), The International Responsibility of the European Union European and International Perspectives (Hart Publishing 2013)
  • C M Lee, C Armeni, J de Cendra, S Chaytor, S Lock, M Maslin and Redgwell and others, 'Public Participation and Climate Change Infrastructure' (2013) 25 (1) Oxford Journals Journal of Environmental Law 33 

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