Hard And Soft Law In International Governance Pdf
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- Soft Law Principles for Improving Drought Management in Mediterranean Countries
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Skip to Main Content. A not-for-profit organization, IEEE is the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. Use of this web site signifies your agreement to the terms and conditions. Toward the Agile and Comprehensive International Governance of AI and Robotics [point of view] Abstract: Rapidly emerging technologies, such as AI and robotics, present a serious challenge to traditional models of government regulation. These technologies are advancing so quickly that in many sectors, traditional regulation cannot keep up, given the cumbersome procedural and bureaucratic procedures and safeguards that modern legislative and rulemaking processes require. Consequently, regulatory systems will predictively fail to put in place appropriately tailored regulatory measures by the time new applications of fast-moving technologies begin to affect society.
This chapter presents an analysis of the process of transformation of international initiatives for drought management into real regulations at the national and international levels, revising the current situation of legal and institutional systems dealing with drought management in the Mediterranean basin: Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Morocco, Spain and Tunisia. Based on the existence of such documents and according to the analysis of the institutional and legislative frameworks of the selected countries, this chapter proposes a further step in the development of new preventive and reactive policies in the Mediterranean area through the creation of a uniform principle code for drought management in the Mediterranean area. The proposed code would incorporate all the regional and international agreements dealing with drought management under the legislative figure of a soft law. The selection of this legislative figure is the next logical step in the evolution of legislation development aiming at the adequate management of drought in the Mediterranean area, just as described in this chapter. Unable to display preview.
Springer Professional. Back to the search result list. Table of Contents. Hint Swipe to navigate through the chapters of this book Close hint. In my opinion, both soft law and hard law are equally important. Neither type of law can guarantee the effectiveness of good corporate governance. Soft law will not be jettisoned even after some soft law rules have been transformed into hard law.
Melbourne Journal of International Law
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A few international institutions and issue- areas approach the theoretical ideal of hard legalization, but most international law is. ''soft'' in distinctive ways. Here we.
Soft Law Principles for Improving Drought Management in Mediterranean Countries
The complex and often antagonistic interaction of hard and soft law was clearly one of the most interesting points in the book for several of the commentators, as indeed it was for us. This is an argument that appears in Chapter 4 of When Cooperation Fails, and we have since further formulated the theoretical argument, generated testable hypotheses, and examined the interaction of hard and soft law in several empirical cases in an article to appear this month in the Minnesota Law Review Gregory C. Shaffer and Mark A. We would direct anyone interested in the question of hard and soft law to that article, but we address three issues here.
Second, soft law can act as a precursor to the development of other legal norms. Third, the sourcing of soft law norms exogenously may have an impact on the further development of treaty rules. Fourth, soft law can be used to constrain otherwise hard legal norms. Fifth, soft responsibility may arise from the operation of soft law norms, in much the same way as ordinary responsibility, although very little attention has been paid to the matter. We have become accustomed to thinking of the law of the World Trade Organization in terms of a code of legally binding rules that governs world trade.
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