The power of process : the value of due process in Security Council sanctions decision-making / Devika Hovell
- Hovell, Devika, 1975-
- Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource
- Oxford monographs in international law and Oxford scholarship online
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction: The Value of Due Process in Security Council Sanctions Decision-Making -- pt. I PRACTICE -- 2.The Case for Procedural Reform: Due Process as Court Process -- A.Procedural History: Evolution of Listing, Notification, and De-listing Procedures -- B.The Contemporary Reform Agenda: A Court-Centred Conception of Procedural Justice -- C.Conclusion -- 3.A `Source-Based' Approach to Procedural Reform: Methodology, Myths, and Misconceptions -- A.Source-Based Methodology: Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches -- B.Myth No 1: Due Process is a `One-Size-Fits-All' Adjudicatory Model -- C.Myth No 2: Due Process and Inappropriate Domestic Labels -- D.Myth No 3: Procedural Safeguards Cannot Bend to the Emergency Context -- E.Conclusion -- pt. II THEORY -- 4.A `Value-Based' Approach: Three Models of Due Process -- A.Due Process: History, Power, and Legitimacy -- B.Due Process as `Dialogue' -- C.The Instrumentalist Approach: A Model Based on Accuracy -- D.The Dignitarian Approach: A Model Based on Interest Representation -- E.The Public Interest Approach: A Model Based on Public Accountability -- F.Conclusion -- pt. III APPLICATION -- 5.A Model Based on Accuracy: The Instrumentalist Model in the UN Sanctions Context -- A.The Instrumentalist Model and International Community: The Problem of the Unrepresentative Lawmaker -- B.The Instrumentalist Model and International Law: The Limitations of Bindingness and Judicial Supremacy -- C.The Instrumentalist Model and International Values: The Stagnating Effect on the International Value System -- D.Conclusion -- 6.A Model Based on Interest Representation: The Dignitarian Model in the UN Sanctions Context -- A.The Dignitarian Model and International Community: Trading International Community for a `Multiplicity of Publics' -- B.The Dignitarian Model and International Law: A Pluralist Conception of International Law -- C.The Dignitarian Model and International Values: Subjugating International Values to Parochial Interests -- D.Conclusion -- 7.A Model Based on Public Accountability: The Public Interest Model in the UN Sanctions Context -- A.The Public Interest Model and International Community: Access and Representation under the Ombudsperson Process -- B.The Public Interest Model and International Law: A Contextual and Responsive Set of Legal Standards -- C.The Public Interest Model and International Values: Striking the Balance between International and Individual Values -- D.Conclusion -- 8.Conclusion.
- Examining the legal principles behind UN Security Council sanctions, Devika Hovell questions whether due process is afforded to sanctioned individuals in the context of the politics and crises that form the heart of the council's decision-making.
- 9780191787157 (ebook)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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