Dan Sarooshi is Professor of Public International Law; Senior Research Fellow of the Queen's College, Oxford; FRSA; and co-General Editor of the Oxford Monographs in International Law Series. He was elected in 2008 to membership of the Executive Council of the American Society of International Law.
His books include International Organizations and Their Exercise of Sovereign Powers (OUP, 2005), The UN and the Development of Collective Security (OUP, 1999), the sole edited Responsibility and Remedies for the Actions of International Organizations (Martinus Nijhoff, Hague Academy of International Law Imprint) (2015), and the co-edited State Responsibility Before International Judicial Institutions (Hart, 2004). The first two of these books were awarded the 2000 (biennial) Guggenheim Prize by the Guggenheim Foundation in Switzerland; the 2001 American Society of International Law Book Prize; the 2006 Myres S. McDougal Prize awarded by the American Society for the Policy Sciences; and the 2006 American Society of International Law Book Prize.
He has authored over 50 academic pieces, including the long co-authored chapter with Judge Dame Rosalyn Higgins FBA, QC, former President of the International Court of Justice and Dr P. Webb, "Institutional Modes of Conflict Management" in National Security Law (2015, 3rd edn) (125 pp.).
Six of his former DPhil supervisees have had a revised version of their thesis published as a monograph.
He was appointed by the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2006 to the WTO Dispute Settlement List of Panellists after joint nomination by the United Kingdom Government and the European Communities.
- ISBN: 978-90-04-26802-9ISBN: 978-0-19-967940-9ISBN: 09570411ISBN: 9789004256071ISBN: 978-0-19-958330-0This 2005 hardback edition of this book was awarded the 2006 Myres S. McDougal Prize by the American Society for Policy Sciences, and also the 2006 American Society of International Law book prize (Preeminent Contribution to Creative Scholarship).ISBN: 978-0-19-922577-4
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