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International Legal Sanction Processes

Jordan Paust

in The Oxford Handbook of Legal Studies

Published in print June 2005 | ISBN: 9780199248179
Published online September 2012 | | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199248179.013.0036
 International Legal Sanction Processes

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This article views international legal sanction processes as richly varied and dynamic, involving numerous types of participants, with various sanction objectives, operating in both formal and less formal fora or processes, utilizing various types of resources, with varied effects and long-term consequences. It identifies certain areas of debate and suggests a future scholarly agenda. With that in mind, it is evident that increasing attention to the creation, shaping, and efficacy of international law outside such traditional institutional settings should be part of a future scholarly agenda regardless of one's jurisprudential bias. The discussion covers participants in the sanction process, sanction objectives, formal fora, less formal processes, and more specific sanction strategies or problems.

Keywords: international law; legal scholarship; domestic courts; criminal prosecution; civil litigation

Article.  7466 words. 

Subjects: Law ; International Law

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