Selected bibliography  pp. 321-344

Selected bibliography

By Yaël Ronen

Reference Type: notes

United States Department of State, Foreign Relations of the United States: Diplomatic Papers: The Conference of Berlin (the Potsdam Conference), 1945 (Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office, 1960), Volume II, 1478, 1481–1483
Thomas D. Grant, ‘Hallstein Revisited: Unilateral Enforcement of Regimes of Nonrecognition since the Two Germanies’ (2000) 36 Stanford Journal of International Law 221, 226
Maurizio Ragazzi, The Concept of International Obligations Erga Omnes (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997)
André de Hoogh, Obligations Erga Omnes and International Crimes: A Theoretical Inquiry into the Implementation and Enforcement of the International Responsibility of States (The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 1996), particularly 53–56
Lauri Hannikainen, Peremptory Norms (Jus Cogens) in International Law: Historical Development, Criteria, Present Status (Helsinki: Finnish Lawyers' Publishing Company, 1988)
John Dugard, Recognition and the United Nations (Cambridge: Grotius, 1987)
Alexander Orakhelashvili, Peremptory Norms in International Law (Oxford University Press, 2006)
Crawford, The Creation of States in International Law (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979), 84
Tripartite Conference in Moscow, Anglo-Soviet-American Communiqué, 1 November 1943 (1944) 38 American Journal of International Law supplement 3, 7
Ian Brownlie, International Law and the Use of Force by States (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1963), 410–423
Robert Y. Jennings, The Acquisition of Territory in International Law (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1963)
Charles de Visscher, Theory and Reality in International law (revised edn, translated by P. E. Corbet, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1968), 323–324
Robert Langer, Seizure of Territory: The Stimson Doctrine and Related Principles in Legal Theory and Diplomatic Practice (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1947)
Sharon D. Korman, The Right of Conquest: The Acquisition of Territory by Force in International Law and Practice (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996), particularly 234–248
Military and Paramilitary Activities in and against Nicaragua (Nicaragua v. US) (Merits) [1986] ICJ Rep 14, 100–101, [190]
Antonio Cassese, Self-Determination of Peoples: A Legal Reappraisal (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995), 188–189
J. E. S. Fawcett, ‘Security Council Resolutions on Rhodesia’ (1965–1966) 41 British Yearbook of International Law 103, 112
David Raič, Statehood and the Law of Self-Determination (The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 2002), Chapter 4, particularly 128–140
Yaël Ronen, ‘Illegal Occupation and Its Consequences’ (2008) 41 Israel Law Review 201
Orna Ben-Naftali, Aeyal Gross and Keren Michaeli, ‘Illegal Occupation: The Framing of the Occupied Palestinian Territory’ (2005) 23 Berkeley International Law Journal 551
Enrico Milano, Unlawful Territorial Situations in International Law (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2006), 237–251
Sir Hersch Lauterpacht, Recognition in International Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1947), 413
Robert Y. Jennings, ‘Nullity and Effectiveness in International Law’, in Cambridge Essays in International Law (Essays in Honour of Lord McNair) (London: Stevens, 1965), 66
Vera Gowlland-Debbas, Collective Responses to Illegal Acts in International Law: United Nations Action in the Question of Southern Rhodesia (Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff, 1990), 276–277
Christian Tomuschat, ‘International Crimes by States: An Endangered Species?’, in Karel Wellens (ed.), International Law: Theory and Practice: Essays in Honour of Eric Suy (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1998), 259
Swedish recognition of the Soviet annexation of the Baltic states in 1940
William J. H. Hough III, ‘The Annexation of the Baltic States and Its Effect on the Development of Law Prohibiting Forcible Seizure of Territory’ (1985) 6 New York Law School Journal of International & Comparative Law 303
the Australian recognition of the Indonesian annexation of East Timor in 1979 – Australian Practice in International Law (1978–1980) 8
Counter-memorial of the Government of Australia (1 June 1992), [175]–[176]; ICJ, East Timor Case (Portugal v. Australia)
Rejoinder of the Government of Australia (1 July 1993), [44]–[54]
ICJ, Namibia Advisory Opinion, [112]–[115]; UNSC Resolution 276 (30 January 1970) paragraph 2
Texas v. White (1868)
James Crawford, ‘State Practice and International Law in Relation to Succession’ (1998) 69 British Yearbook of International Law 85, 85
Henry Cattan, Palestine and International Law (London: Longman, 1973)
Nathan Feinberg, The Arab–Israel Conflict in International Law (Jerusalem: Hebrew University, 1970), particularly 71–79
Adam Roberts, ‘Prolonged Military Occupation: The Israeli-Occupied Territories since 1967’ (1990) 84 American Journal of International Law 44, 67
Stephen M. Schwebel, ‘What Weight to Conquest?’ (1970) 64 American Journal of International Law 344
Elihu Lauterpacht, Jerusalem and the Holy Places (London: Anglo-Israel Association, 1968), 51–53
Roberts, ‘Prolonged Military Occupation’, 67; Korman, The Right of Conquest, 250
Golan Height Law, 5742-1981, Israeli ‘law, administration and adjudication’ apply in the area. The effect of this legislation is tantamount to a claim of sovereignty, but formally Israel has avoided claiming to have annexed the Golan Heights. In HCJ 210/67 David Levi v. Chief of Staff and Others PD 21(2) 166
Leon Sheleff, ‘The Application of Israeli Law to the Golan Heights Is Not Annexation’ (1994) 20 Brooklyn Journal of International Law 333
Asher Maoz, ‘The Application of Israeli Law to the Golan Heights Is Annexation’ (1994) 20 Brooklyn Journal of International Law 355
James Crawford, ‘The Right of Self-Determination in International Law: Its Development and Future’, in Philip Alston (ed.), People's Rights (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001), 35
Moshe Hirsch, Deborah Hausen-Couriel and Ruth Lapidoth, Whither Jerusalem? Proposals and Petitions Concerning the Future of Jerusalem (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1995)
John Quigley, ‘The Role of Law in a Palestinian–Israeli Accommodation’ (1999) 31 Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 351
Gershon Baskin and Robin Twite (eds.), The Future of Jerusalem (Jerusalem: IPCRI, 1993)
‘The Future of Jerusalem: A Symposium’ (1995–1996) 45(3) Catholic University law Review
Eyal Benvenisti and Eyal Zamir, ‘Private Claims to Property Rights in the Future Israeli–Palestinian Settlement’ (1995) 89 American Journal of International Law 295
Eyal Benvenisti and Eyal Zamir, The Legal Status of Lands Acquired by Israelis before 1948 in the West Bank, Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem (Jerusalem: The Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies, 1993) (in Hebrew)
Ardi Imseis, ‘Facts on the Ground: An Examination of Israeli Municipal Policy in East Jerusalem’ (2000) 15 American University International Law Review 1039

Reference Type: notes

Susan E. Himmer, ‘The Achievement of Independence in the Baltic States and Its Justifications’ (1992) 6 Emory International Law Review 253, 266
Anatol Lieven, The Baltic Revolution: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and the Path to Independence (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993), 79–80
Boris Meissner, ‘The Occupation of the Baltic States from a Present-Day Perspective’, in Jundzis Tālavs (ed.), The Baltic States at Historical Crossroads (Riga: Academy of Sciences of Latvia, 1998), 480
Toivo U. Raun, ‘Post-Soviet Estonia 1991–1993’ (1994) 25 Journal of Baltic Studies 73, 75
Romain Yakemtchouk, ‘Les Républiques Baltes en droit international, échec d'une annexion opérée en violation du droit des gens’ (1991) 37 Annuaire Français de droit international 259, 267
Hough, ‘The Annexation of the Baltic States’, 430–442
A/S Tallinna Laevauhisus v. Tallinna Shipping Co; Hansard HC Volume 433 Column 5 (10 February 1947), cited in In the Estate of Feivel Pikelny (1955)
Hansard HC Volume 776 Column 583 (22 January 1969)
Hansard HC Volume 172 Column 172 (8 May 1990)
Estonian States Cargo and Passenger Line v. S S Elise and Messrs Laane and Balster (1949)
Stefan Talmon, Recognition of Governments in International Law: With Particular Reference to Governments in Exile (Oxford: Clarendon, 1998)
Douglas G. Anglin, ‘Zimbabwe: Retrospect and Prospect’ (1979–1980) 35 International Journal 663
Simon Beynham (ed.), Zimbabwe in Transition (Almqvist & Wiksell International in co-operation with the Africa Institute of South Africa, Stockholm, 1992)
Dermott J. Devine, ‘Status of Rhodesia in International Law’ (1967) Acta Juridica 39'
Dermott J. Devine, ‘The Status of Rhodesia in International Law’ (1973) Acta Juridica
John Dugard, ‘Rhodesia: Does South Africa Recognize It as an Independent State?’ (1977) 94 South African Law Journal 127
John Dugard, Recognition and the United Nations (Cambridge: Grotius, 1987)
Pierre Michel Eisemann, Les sanctions contre la Rhodésie (Paris: A Pedone, 1972)
Peter Godwin and Ian Hancock, ‘Rhodesians Never Die’: The Impact of War and Political Change on White Rhodesia, c. 1970–1980 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993)
Robert C. Good, UDI: The International Politics of the Rhodesian Rebellion (London: Faber & Faber, 1973)
L. C. Green, ‘Rhodesian Independence – Legal or Illegal?’ (1968) 6 Alberta Law Review 37
Miles Hudson, Triumph or Tragedy? Rhodesia to Zimbabwe (London: H. Hamilton, 1981}
Desmond William Lardner-Burke, Rhodesia: The Story of the Crisis (London: Oldbourne, 1966)
Wyndraeth H. Morris-Jones, From Rhodesia to Zimbabwe: Behind and Beyond Lancaster House (London: Cass, 1980)
David J. Murray, The Governmental System in Southern Rhodesia (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1970)
John Parker, Rhodesia: Little White Island (London: Pitman, 1972)
Alison Quentin-Baxter, Rhodesia and the Law: A Commentary on the Constitutional and International Law Aspects of the Rhodesian Situation (Wellington: New Zealand Institute of International Affairs, 1970)
Lord Christopher Soames, ‘From Rhodesia to Zimbabwe’ (1980) 56 International Affairs 405
Colin Stoneman, Zimbabwe: Politics, Economics and Society (London: Pinter, 1989)
Harry R. Strack, Sanctions: The Case of Rhodesia (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1978)
Elaine Windrich, The Rhodesian Problem: A Documentary Record, 1923–1973 (London: Routledge, 1975)
Henry Wiseman, From Rhodesia to Zimbabwe: The Politics of Transition (New York: Pergamon, 1981)
John D. Yeadon and Terence O. Ranger (eds.), Past and Present in Zimbabwe (Manchester: Manchester University Press in association with Africa Journal of the International African Institute, 1983)
Kenneth Young, Rhodesia and Independence: A Study in British Colonial Policy (London: Dent, 1969)
Ralph Zacklin, The United Nations and Rhodesia: A Study in International Law (New York: Praeger, 1974)
Nkala, The United Nations, International Law and the Rhodesian Independence Crisis
Gowlland-Debbas, Collective Responses to Illegal Acts in International Law, 17–23
Robert O. Matthews, ‘Talking without Negotiating: The Case of Rhodesia’ (1979–1980) 39 International Journal 91
Stephen J. Stedman, Peacemaking in Civil War: International Mediation in Zimbabwe, 1974–1980 (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 1991)
Roger S. Clark, ‘The International League for Human Rights and South West Africa 1947–1957: The Human Rights NGO as Catalyst in the International Legal Process’ (1981) 3 Human Rights Quarterly 101
Lionel Cliffe et al., The Transition to Independence in Namibia (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 1994)
Virginia Curtin Knight, ‘Namibia's Transition to Independence’ (1989) 88 Current History 225
John Dugard, ‘Legal Aspects of Investment in Namibia (South West Africa)’, in Roger Murray, Jo Morris, John Dugard and Neville Rubin (eds.), The Role of Foreign Firms in Namibia: Studies on External Investment and Black Workers' Conditions in Namibia (Uppsala: Africa Publications Trust, 1974) 183
Dugard, Recognition and the United Nations, 111
Linda Freeman, ‘The Contradictions of Independence: Namibia in Transition’ (1991) 46 International Journal (Canadian Institute of International Affairs) 687
Kenneth W. Grundy, ‘Namibia's First Year of Independence’ (May 1991) 9 Current History 213
Elizabeth Landis, ‘Namibia in International Context: The Frustration of Independence’, in Brian Wood (ed.), Namibia 1884–1984: Readings on Namibia's History and Society (London: Namibia Support Committee, 1984)
Elizabeth Landis, ‘Namibia: A Transatlantic View’ (1987) 3 South African Journal on Human Rights 347
Bryan O'Linn, Namibia: Sacred Trust of Civilization, Ideal and Reality (Windhoek: Gamsberg MacMillan, 2003)
Motee Persaud, ‘Namibia and the International Court of Justice’ (1975) 68 Current History 220
Edzard Schmidt-Jortzig, ‘The Constitution of Namibia: An Example of a State Emerging under Close Supervision and World Scrutiny’ (1991) 34 German Yearbook of International Law 568
M. B. Schneider (ed.), Namibia: Views and Perspectives since Independence (Windhoek: Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung eV in co-operation with the Namibia Institute for Democracy, 1992)
Paul C. Szasz, ‘Statement on the Elections Process’, in Heribet Weiland and Matthew Braham (eds.), The Namibian Peace Process: Implications and Lessons for the Future (Freiburg: Arnold Bergstrasser Institute, 1994)
Laurence Tauber, ‘Legal Pitfalls on the Road to Namibian Independence’ (1979–1980) 12 New York University Journal of International Law and Policy 375
Marinus Wiechers, ‘Namibia: The 1982 Constitutional Principles and Their Legal Significance’ (1989–1990) 15 South African Yearbook of International Law 1
Gretchen Carpenter, ‘Constitutional Implications of the Reincorporation for the Homelands’ (July 1990) 16(7) South African Foundation Review 4
A. J. Christopher, The Atlas of Changing South Africa, 2nd edn (London: Routledge, 2001)
J. J. N. Cloete, Parliaments of South Africa (Pretoria: J. L. van Schaik (Pty) Ltd, 1985)
Paul Daphne, ‘Undoing Apartheid Is Going to Cost Us’ (1994) 96 Work in Progress 14
Francine de Clercq, ‘Bophuthatswana: At the Edge of Time’ (1991) 84 Work in Progress 17
Donald E. De Kieffer and David A. Hartquist, ‘Transkei: A Legitimate Birth’ (1978) 13 New England Law Review 428
Dermott J. Devine, ‘International Law Tensions Arising from the South African Situation 1976–1986’ (1987) Acta Juridica 165
John Dugard, ‘The Future of the TBVC “States”’ (1992) 8 South African Journal on Human Rights iii
Georges Fischer, ‘La non-reconnaissance du Transkei’ (1976) 22 Annuaire français de droit international 63
Steven Friedman (ed.), The Long Journey: South Africa's Quest for a Negotiated Settlement (Johannesburg: Ravan, 1993)
Donald A. Heydt, ‘Nonrecognition of the Independence of Transkei’ (1978) 10 Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 167
Anthea A. Jeffery, Conflict at the Crossroads in Bophuthatswana (Johannesburg: South African Institute of Race Relations, 1993)
Geoffrey E. Norman, ‘The Transkei: South Africa's Illegitimate Child’ (1977) 12 New England Law Review 585
Marinus Wiechers, ‘Reincorporation of the TBVC States – International Law Practice and Constitutional Implications’ (1990) 16 South African Yearbook of International Law 119
generally Lauri Hannikainen, ‘The Case of East Timor from the Perspective of Jus Cogens’, in International Law and the Question of East Timor (London: CIIR-IPJET, 1995)
Sharon D. Korman, The Right of Conquest: The Acquisition of Territory by Force in International Law and Practice (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996), 281–292
Grayson J. Lloyd, ‘The Diplomacy on East Timor: Indonesia, the United Nations and the International Community’, in James J. Fox and Dionisio Babo Soares (eds.), Out of the Ashes: Destruction and Reconstruction of East Timor (Adelaide: Crawford House, 2003)
King's College London, A Review of Peace Operations: A Case of Change (London: King's College, 2003), 215–323
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East Timor Case, Rejoinder of the Government of Australia (1 July 1993), [44]–[54]
Heike Krieger (ed.), East Timor and the International Community: Basic Documents (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997)
Judith Bello Hippler and Peter H. F. Bekker, ‘East Timor (Port v Austl)’ (1996) 90 American Journal of International Law 94, 94–98
Roger S. Clark, ‘Timor Gap: The Legality of the “Treaty on the Zone of Cooperation in an Area between the Indonesian Province of East Timor and Northern Australia”’, in Peter Carey and G. Carter Bentley (eds.), East Timor at the Crossroads: The Forging of a Nation (London: Cassell, 1995)
Roger S. Clark, ‘Obligations of Third States in the Face of Illegality – Ruminations Inspired by the Weeramantry Dissent in the Case Concerning East Timor’, in Anthony Anghie and Gary Sturgess (eds.), Legal Visions of the 21st Century: Essays in Honour of Judge Christopher Weeramantry (The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 1998)
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Catriona Drew, ‘The East Timor Story: International Law on Trial’ (2001) 12 European Journal of International Law 651
Brandi J. Pummell, ‘The Timor Gap: Who Decides Who Is in Control’ (1998) 26 Denver Journal of International Law and Policy 655
Iain G. M. Scobbie and Catriona J. Drew, ‘Self-Determination Undetermined: The Case of East Timor’ (1996) 9 Leiden Journal of International Law 185
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Zaim M. Necatigil, ‘The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus: Statehood and Recognition’ (1996) 2 Journal of Cyprus Studies 3
Zaim M. Necatigil, ‘The Legal System of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus’ (1998) 4 Journal of Cyprus Studies 213
Egon Schwelb, ‘Some Aspects of International Jus Cogens as Formulated by the International Law Commission’ (1967) 61 American Journal of International Law 946, 952
Natalino Ronzitti, Rescuing Nationals Abroad through Military Coercion and Intervention on Grounds of Humanity (Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff, 1985), 130–134
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Jennings and Watts, Oppenheim's International Law, Volume I, 1304–1309
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Detlev F. Vagts, ‘Rebus Revisited: Changed Circumstances in Treaty Law’ (2005) 43 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 459
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Reference Title: Selected governmental publications

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Timor-Leste, Commission for Reception, Truth and Reconciliation in East Timor (CAVR) Chega! (31 October 2005) (‘CAVR Final Report’) www.ictj.org/en/news/features/846.html
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UK, House of Commons, ‘How Many Turkish Cypriots Remain in Cyprus’, written evidence before the select committee of the House of Commons (22 February 2005), www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200405/cmselect/cmfaff/113/113we33.htm (UK House of Commons, ‘Written Evidence’)
UK, House of Commons' Foreign Affairs Committee, ‘Visit to Turkey and Cyprus’, Fifth Report of Session 2006–7, Doc No. HC 473 (9 May 2007), www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200607/cmselect/cmfaff/473/47302.htm (UK House of Commons, ‘2006–2007 Report’)
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Reference Title: Amnesty International

Reference Type: bibliography

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Reference Title: COHRE Online Newsletter

Reference Type: bibliography

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‘Housing Rights in Latvia’ (Geneva, 2000)
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Reference Title: Judicial system monitoring programme (JSMP)

Reference Type: bibliography

(All reports are available on the JSMP website at www.jsmp.minihub.org/reports.htm)
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Dili District Court, Final Report 2003 (Dili, November 2003)
Overview of the Jurisprudence of the Court of Appeal in Its First Year of Operation since East Timor's Independence (Dili, August 2004) (JSMP, ‘East Timor Court of Appeals’)
Overview of the Justice Sector: March 2005 (Dili, March 2005)
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