International Sanctions: Between Words and Wars in the Global System

International Sanctions: Between Words and Wars in the Global System

International Sanctions: Between Words and Wars in the Global System

International Sanctions: Between Words and Wars in the Global System

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Thomas J. Biersteker is Director of the Watson Institute for International Studies and Henry R. Luce Professor of Transnational Organizations at Brown University. The author of seven books, his research focuses primarily on international relations theory and international political economy, and his recent activities include work with the UN Secretariat and the government of Switzerland on targeting sanctions. He received his PhD and MS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his BA from the University of Chicago.

Iain Cameron is Professor in Public International Law at the University of Uppsala. His research interests lie in human rights, international criminal law and civil liberties. He is a member of inter alia the Advisory Board of the Nordic Journal of International Law, and a Rapporteur for the journal European Public Law. He holds an LLD and an LLM in International Law. He has published extensively in the fields of international law and constitutional law, particularly on international criminal law and human rights issues. He was an expert adviser to the Badinter Commission and to the Swedish government commission of inquiry proposing legislation on UN sanctions (Statens Offentliga Utredningar/Swedish Government Official Reports series 1995:28). He is the author of the report to the Swedish Foreign Office on Legal Safeguards and UN Targeted Sanctions (October 2002). His most recent books are National Security and the European Convention on Human Rights (Kluwer, 2000) and An Introduction to the European Convention on Human Rights (fourth edition, Iustus, 2002).

Steve Charnovitz practices law at Wilmer, Cutler and Pickering in Washington, DC, and serves as an adjunct professor at the Georgetown University Law Center. He is a member of the Board of Editors of the American Journal of International Law and the Journal of International Economic Law.

David Cortright is President of the Fourth Freedom Forum in Goshen, Indiana and a Research Fellow at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame, USA. He has served as consultant or

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