Transboundary Damage in International Law

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Index
1977 Liability Convention, 53
Aarhus Protocol on Persistent Organic Pollutants, 119
accidental damage, 2
existing legal regimes, 30–33
incidents, 19–30
insurance, 80–86
liability rules, 11–13, 317–320
maritime accidents, 24–26, 52–60
meaning, 11–12
nuclear activities, 20–24, 33–45
outer space activities, 24, 45–51
acid rain, 118–119, 182, 288
ACP Group, 68, 70
Act of Asunción, 138–139
Act of Santiago, 168
actio popularis, 238, 247
acts of God, 6, 43, 66, 316
Adede, Andronico, 143, 165
Agenda 21, 4, 167, 169–170, 215, 264
air pollution, 9
acid rain, 118–119
non-accidental damage, 114–119
Trail Smelter case, 115–118
air transport
civil aviation, 77
conventions, 32, 89
damages, 89
strict liability, 308
airports, 4
Akehurst, M. B., 5, 299
Alabama Claims case, 86, 162–163
Albania, Corfu Channel case, 87–88, 290, 305
allocation of resources, 281, 286–287
Allott, Philip, 291
Amoco Cadiz incident, 25, 91–92
Antarctic Mineral Resource Convention, 232–233
Antarctic Treaty, 15, 205–206
environmental protection rules, 255, 262–263
military ban, 208
Protocol, 232–234
Antarctica, 204–206
conventions, 232–234
environmental damage, 254–255
regulation, 232–234
res communis, 2 04
research, 234, 256–257
apartheid, 242
applicable law, 99, 109, 149–151
arbitration, 279–280
Arctic region, 206–207
Argentina, 138–139, 168
Aristotle, 278–279
ASEAN Agreement on Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, 165–166
atmosphere
conventions, 219–220
division between air and outer space, 202
global commons, 200–203
international law, 201, 219–220
attribution of State liability
Bhopal, 29
damage to commons, 259
doctrine, 74–75, 292–293
functional theory, 74
generally, 73–80
liability and responsibility, 75–76

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Table of contents

  • Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface and Acknowledgments xiii
  • List of Treaties xvi
  • List of Cases xxvi
  • Abbreviations xxviii
  • 1- Introduction 1
  • Part I- Accidental Damage 17
  • 2- Liability for Accidental Damage 19
  • 3- Substantive Rules and Principles: Issues and Problems 73
  • Part II- Non-Accidental Damage 111
  • 4- Liability for Non-Accidental Damage 113
  • 5- The Doctrine of Due Diligence and Standards of Conduct 162
  • Part III- Damage to the Global Commons 189
  • 6- Liability for Damage to the Global Commons 191
  • 7- Legal Issues Relating to Damage to the Global Commons 236
  • Part IV- Underlying Principles 267
  • 8- The Nature and Basis of International Liability 269
  • 9- Conclusions 317
  • Bibliography 333
  • Index 356
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