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Diese Festschrift ist einem juristischen Kosmopoliten gewidmet, der sich wie wenigandere über Jahrzehnte und mit Nachdruck dem internationalen Wirtschaftsrechtin allen seinen Ausprägungen widmete. Gerhard Wegen, geboren am 13. 3. 1950,hat in Deutschland nicht nur das Rechtsgebiet "International M&A" nachdrücklichgeprägt, er hat auch beratend und forensisch - und häufig wegweisend- aufdem Gebiet des gesamten internationalen Wirtschaftsrechts einschließlich derStreitbeilegung gearbeitet. Darüber hinaus ist er seit Jahrzehnten in der akademischenLehre tief verwurzelt und auf internationalem Parkett ein Botschafternicht nur seiner Sozietät, sondern auch der deutschen Rechtspraxisund -wissenschaft.Daneben ist er vielfältig als Autor, Redner und Herausgeber in Erscheinunggetreten.Die ihm gewidmete Festschrift,gegliedert in die KapitelThe Wisdom of an International (Business) LawyerInternational Business TransactionsDispute Resolution, versammelt rund 80 Beiträge zu denjuristischen, aber auch philosophischen,kulturellen und soziologischenAspekten grenzüberschreitenderRechtspraxis. Eine ganze Reihe vonBeiträgen kommen auch aus nichtrechtlichenBereichen wie Literatur undMusik, was das breite Interessensspektrumdes Jubilars, aber auch seineWertschätzung jenseits der Juristereidokumentiert.Zu den namhaften internationalen und nationalen Autoren gehören:Derek J.T. Adler, Michael Arnold, Till Alexander Backsmann, Carl Baudenbacher, AlbertBauer, Jan Bauer, Kilian Bälz, Rainer Bechtold, Klaus Alexander Belk, Klaus PeterBerger, Mark S. Bergman, Luis de Carlos Bertrán, Wolfgang Blättchen, Eckart Brödermann,Jaques Buhart, Willem J.L. Calkoen, Timothy G. Cameron, Christian Cascante,J. Rob Collins, Paul Cronheim, Wolfgang Dauner, Dinesh Dhillon, Christian Dorda,Pierre Raoul-Duval, Siegfried H. Elsing, Ismail G. Esin, Nassim Eslami, Oliver Fehrenbacher,Richard Fleck, Martin Frenzel, Beata Gessel-Kalinowska vel Kalisz, Klaus-AlbrechtGerstenmaier, Wilhelm Haarmann, Richard Hall, Monika Harms, Christian Herbst, ScottHorton, Daniel Hurstel, Christian Kersting, Thomas R. Klötzel, Richard Kreindler,Wolfgang Kühn, Gunther Kühne, Hagen Kunze, Michael Kutschera, Christoph Lange,Margaret Joan Ling, Stefan Lingemann, Hans-Jochem Lüer, Urs Lustenberger, Hector A.Mairal, Michael P. Malloy, Charles Martin, Jaime Tarrero Martos, Anton G. Maurer,Karsten Metzlaff, Thomas Oppermann, Adolf Peter, Wolfgang Peter, Jarred Pinkston,Nikolaus Pitkowitz, Hanns Prütting, Axel Reeg, Jim Robson, Harry Rubin, Moritz Rudzio,Heinz Schärer, Hansjörg Scheel, Rüdiger Schmidt-Bendun, Maximilian Schiessl,Wolfgang Schorlau, Rolf A. Schütze, Andreas Schulz, Eva Maria Schweitzer, TheoderSeitz, Franz-Jörg Semler, Andreas Spahlinger, Ünal Tekinalp, Ralf Thaeter, Roderich C.Thümmel, Rudolf Tschäni, Dorothy Udeme Ufot, Ronaldo Camargo Veirano, JavierVillasante, Claudio Visco, Nedim Peter Vogt, Gerd Weinreich, Jaap Willeumier, Rolf M.Winkler, Stephan Wilske, Christian Wolf, Lucien Wong und Gerold Zeiler.

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Geopolitics and Maritime Territorial Disputes i...
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Geopolitics is a crucial element in understanding international relations in East Asia, with major and medium powers competing for influence. This book examines geopolitics in East Asia, focusing in particular on its major, contentious maritime territorial disputes. It looks in particular detail at the overlapping claims between Japan, China and Taiwan over the Senkaku/Diao yu Islands in the East China Sea as well as the Paracel Islands claimed by China, Taiwan, and Vietnam and the Spratly Islands involving Brunei, China, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Vietnam in the South China Sea. The book offers a comparative study of the East and South China Seas by arguing that their respective circumstances are influenced by similar geopolitical considerations; factors such as territory, natural resources and power competition all impact on disputes and broader regional relations. It is precisely the interplay of these geopolitical forces that can lead to the rapid escalation of a maritime territorial dispute or reversely to a diffusion of tensions. The book considers how such disputes might be managed and resolved peacefully, despite the geopolitical conditions that can make co-operation on these issues difficult to achieve. Ralf Emmers examines the prospect for conflict management and resolution by identifying catalysts which may contribute to improving the climate of relations.

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Geopolitics and Maritime Territorial Disputes i...
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Geopolitics is a crucial element in understanding international relations in East Asia, with major and medium powers competing for influence. This book examines geopolitics in East Asia, focusing in particular on its major, contentious maritime territorial disputes. It looks in particular detail at the overlapping claims between Japan, China and Taiwan over the Senkaku/Diao yu Islands in the East China Sea as well as the Paracel Islands claimed by China, Taiwan, and Vietnam and the Spratly Islands involving Brunei, China, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Vietnam in the South China Sea. The book offers a comparative study of the East and South China Seas by arguing that their respective circumstances are influenced by similar geopolitical considerations; factors such as territory, natural resources and power competition all impact on disputes and broader regional relations. It is precisely the interplay of these geopolitical forces that can lead to the rapid escalation of a maritime territorial dispute or reversely to a diffusion of tensions. The book considers how such disputes might be managed and resolved peacefully, despite the geopolitical conditions that can make co-operation on these issues difficult to achieve. Ralf Emmers examines the prospect for conflict management and resolution by identifying catalysts which may contribute to improving the climate of relations.

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