Publications of R.P.Anand

PUBLICATIONS (21 books (including 7 edited works) and about 100 articles in Indian, European and American journals.

BOOKS:

  1. Changing Dimensions of International Law: An Asian Perspective (A course of six lectures delivered at the Xiamen Academy of International Law, Xiamen, China,  September, 2006)  (Martinus Nijhoff Publisher)
  2. Development of Modern International Law and India (Published under the auspices of the Max Planck Institute for European History, Frankfurt, Germany) (Frankfurt, 2005; New Delhi 2007)
  3. Studies in International Law and History: An Asian Perspective, (Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, and Lancer’s Books, New Delhi) (2004), pp. 287.
  4. New Law of the Sea: Emergent Norms and Institutions, Lectures delivered at the Institute of International Public Law and International relations, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece 1996;
  5. The United Nations and the Gulf Crisis (Published under the auspices of the International Legal Studies Division of the Jawaharlal Nehru University) (New Delhi, 1994);
  6. South Asia: In Search of a Regional Identity (Banyan Publications, New Delhi, 1991).
  7. Confrontation or Co-operation: International Law the Developing Countries (Banyan Publications, New Delhi; Martinus Nijhoff.  The Hague, 1987), pp. 267.2nd edition New Hope Publication 2011.
  8. Sovereign Equality of States in International Law, Lectures at the Hague Academy of International Law (Extract from Recueil des Cours, vol. 197, 1986-III 9 Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, 1986.
  9. Origin and Development of the Law of the Sea: History of International Law Revisited (Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, 1983), pp. 287.
  10. Legal Regime of the Sea-Bed and the Developing Countries (Thomson Press ,India,  Delhi, 1975), pp. 287
  11. International Courts and Contemporary Conflicts (Published under the auspices of the Indian School of International Studies) (Asia Publishing House, New York, London, Bombay 1974), pp. 479.
  12. New States and International Law, Lectures delivered under the University Grants Commission’s National Lecturership scheme) (Vikas Publications, Delhi, 1972), pp. 119.
  13. Studies in International Adjudication (Vikas Publications, Delhi: Oceana Publications, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. 1969), pp. 298.
  14. Compulsory Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice (Published under the auspices of the Indian School of International Studies) (Asia Publishing House, New York, London, Bombay, 1961) pp. 342.
  15. Salient Documents in International Law (Editor), (New Delhi, 1994).
  16. Recent Developments in Civil Aviation in India (Co-editor) (Lacers Books, New Delhi, 1987).
  17. Law, Science and Environment (Co-editor) (Lancers Books, New Delhi, 1987).
  18. ASEAN; Identity, Development and Change (Co-editor) (Published under the auspices of the University of Philippines Law Center and East-West Center Culture Learning Institute, Honolulu, Hawaii) (Quezon City, 1981), pp. 411.
  19. Cultural factors in International Relations (Editor) (Published under the auspices of the East-West Center Culture Learning Institute, Honolulu, Hawaii) (Abhinav Publications, New Delhi, 1981), pp. 291.
  20. Law of the Sea: Caracas and Beyond (Editor) (Radiant Publishers, New Delhi, 1978), pp. 380.
  21. Asian States and the Development of a Universal International Law (Editor) (Vikas Publications, New Delhi, 1972), pp. 245.

 

SELECTED ARTICLES  IN PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS

ARTICLES IN WEEKLIES AND NEWSPAPERS

  1. Review Article on Onuma Yasuaki’s “When was International Law Society Born?- An Inquiry of the History of International lawfrom an Intercivilizational Perspective in Journal of the History of International Law, Vol. 2 (2000), pp. 1-66” in History of International Law, Vol 6 (2004), pp. 1-14.
  2. “Family of ‘Civilized’ States and Japan: A Story of Humiliation, Assimilation, Defiance and Confrontation”, Journal of the History of International Law, Volume 5 (2003), pp. 1-76.
  3. “Non-European Sources of the Law of the Sea”, in P.Ehlers, E. Mann-Borgese, and R. Wolfrum (eds), Marine Issues, ; Kluwer Law International, (The Hague, 2002), pp. 19-35.
  4. “Effectiveness of International Judicial Procedures in the Settlement of International Disputes”, Paper presented at the Indian Society of International Law’s “ International Conference on International Law in the New Millennium: Problems and Challenges Ahead”, 4-8 October, 2001. Hosgaku Shimpu: Special Issue of Chuo Law Review (Japan) (Forthcoming).
  5. “Jawaharlal Nehru and International Law and Relations”, Paper presented at  the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre, Mumbai, India, on May 12, 2001. (Forthcoming).
  6. “Jawaharlal Nehru and International Law”, Indian Journal of International Law, Vol. 42, No. 1 (January-March, 2002), pp. 5-29.
  7. “Non-European Sources of the Law of the Sea”, Paper presented at XXVIII Pace in Maribus Conference at Hamburg, Germany, December 3- 6, 2000. Ocean Yearbook, 2002, pp. 19-35.
  8. “Enhancing the Acceptability of Compulsory Procedures of  International Dispute Settlement”, Paper presented at the Inauguration of the Law of the Sea Tribunal at Hamburg, Germany, September 14, 2000 (Forthcoming)
  9. “Japan and International Law in Historical Perspective”, Nisuke Ando (Editor), Japan and International Law: Past, Present and Future: International symposium to Mark the Centennial of the Japanese Association of International Law on Japan and International Law held at Kyoto, Japan, (Kluwer Law International, The Hague, 1999), pp. 389-398.
  10. “South Asia and the Law of the Sea: Problems and Prospects” in Thomas A. Mensah (editor), Ocean Governance: Strategies and Approaches for the 21st Century (Law of the Sea Institute, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1996), pp. 331-353.
  11. “Common Heritage of Mankind: Multilation of an Ideal”, Indian Journal of International Law, Vol. 37, No. 1., (January –March 1997), pp. 1-18.
  12. “Navigation through Territorial Sea and Straits” Indian Journal of International Law, Vol. 36, no. 4 (October – December, 1996), pp. 13-38.
  13. “The International Court as ‘Legislator’”, in M.S. Rajan (Editor) United Nations at 50 and Beyond, Published under the auspices of the Indian Society of International Law, (Lancers Books, New Delhi, 1996), pp. 209-220.
  14. “A New International Economic Order for Sustainable Development?, Najeeb Al-Nauimi (Editor) Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Development held under the auspices of the Asian African Legal Consultative Committee in Doha (Qatar) (1995).
  15. “Hijacking – A Disease which needs Strong Medicine” in R.P. Anand, S.S. Sidhu et al (editors) Recent Development in Civil Aviation in India. (Lancers Books, New Delhi.)
  16. “The World Court on Trial” in R.S. Pathak and R.P. Dhokalia, International Law in Transition: Essays in Honour of Judge Nagendra Singh) Lancer’s Books New Delhi in Cooperation with Martinus Nijhoff, Dordrecht, 1992), pp. 245-66.
  17. “Deep Seabed Mining: A comment”, in Kuribayashi and Miles (Ed), The Law of the Sea in 1990s: A Framework for International Cooperation” (Honolulu, 1992), pp. 359-60.
  18. “Marine Scientific Research: A Commentary”, in  Alfred H.A. Soons, Implementation of the Law of the Sea Convention through International Institutions, (Honolulu 1990), pp. 545 ff.
  19. “Recent Developments in the Law of the Sea”, International Studies, Vol. 26 (1989), pp. 247-55.
  20. “Transit Passage and overflight in International Straits”, Indian Journal of International Law  (Vol. 26) 1989, pp. 72-105.
  21. The Settlement of Disputes and the Law of the Sea Convention”, in Jon M. Van Dyke (ed), Consensus and Confrontation: The United States and the Law of the Sea Convention (Honoluluu, 1985).
  22. “The Politics of a new legal order for fisheries”, Ocean Development and International Law Journal (New York) vol. 11, nos. 3 & 4 (1982), pp. 265-295.
  23. “Odd Man Out: the United States and the UN convention on the Law of the Sea” in Jon M. Vann Dyke (ed). Consensus and Confrontation: The United States and the Law of the Sea Convention.(Uni. Of Hawaii, Honoluluu, 1985), pp. 73-124.
  24. “UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and the United States”, Indian Journal of International Law, vol. 24, April-June 1984, No. 2, pp. 153-199.
  25. “Influence of History on the Literature of International Law” in R.St.J. Macdonald and Douglas M. Johnston) (Ed.) The Structure and Process of International Law” Modern Essays in Legal Philosophy Doctrine and Theory, (Dalhousie, Law School, Halifax, Canada) (Martinus Nijhoff, 1983), pp. 341-380.
  26. “Toward a New Legal Order for Fisheries” paper presented at the International Colloquium on Fisheries Legislation, Mexico City, July 1981.
  27. “Maritime Practices and Customs in Southeast Asia until 1600 A.D. and the Modern Law of the Sea”, International and Comparative Law Quarterly  (London).
  28. “Freedom of the Seas: Past, Present and Future”, in Rafael G. Guitierrez, Ridder, Sarin, Schilleer (Ed) New Direction in International Law: Essays in International Law and International Relations: Festschrift in Honour of Wolfgang Abendroth, (University of GieBen, Giessen, West Germany), (Frankfurt 1982), pp. 215-233.
  29. “Psychological Factors in International Adjudication of Disputes” paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Peace Science Society (West) held at the Department of Political Science, University of Hawaii, February 1981.  Occasional Paper, University of Hawaii, Department of Political Science, (1981).
  30. “Industrialization of the Developing Countries and the problem of Environmental Pollution”, Mazingira (Oxford), Vol. 4, No. 2 (1980), pp. 16-25.
  31. “Development and Environment: The Case of the Developing Countries”, Indian Journal of International Law, Vol. 20, No. 1 (January-March 1980), pp. 1-19.
  32. Exploitation of Deep Sea-bed Resources: Interests of the Developing Countries”, in the Deep Seabed and its Mineral Resources, Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium 1978 Tokyo (1978), pp. 25-33, 50-51.
  33. “The Legality of the Interim Seabed Regimes”, Foreign Affairs Reports (New Delhi) (February 1980), pp. 29-48.
  34. Mid-Ocean Archipelagos in International Law”, in M.S. Rajan and Shivaji Ganguly (Ed.) Great Power Relations; World Order and the Third World: Essays in Memory of Sisir Gupta, (Vikas Publications, Delhi), 1981, pp. 91-102.
  35. ASEAN and the Law of the Sea: The problems of Mid-Ocean Archipelagos” in R.P. Anand (Editor), Cultural Factors in International Relations, (New Delhi, 1981), pp. 245-266.
  36. Legal Regime of Fisheries”, Cochin University Law Review, (March 1978), pp. 1-14.
  37. “Legal Continental Shelf”, in R.P. Anand (Editor), Law of the Sea: Caracas and Beyond (New Delhi, 1978), pp. 145-179.
  38. “Winds of Change in the Law of the Sea” Paper presented at Seminar on Recent Developments in the Law of the Sea, 3-4 December 1976, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi in R.P. Anand (Editor), Law of the Sea: Caracas and Beyond (New Delhi 1978), pp. 36-61.
  39. “Iceland’s Fisheries Dispute”, Indian Journal of International Law, Vol. 126 (1976), pp. 43-53.
  40. “The Cold War” between the U.K. and Iceland”, India Quarterly , April-June 1976, pp. 215-220.
  41. “Towards a New Economic Order”, International Studies, Vol. 15, No. 3, (1976).
  42. “Confrontation or Cooperation? The General Assembly at Crossroads” in Robert J. Akkerman and others (eds) Declarations on Principle, A quest for Universal Peace: Liber Amicorum Discipulonunque Professor Bert V.A. Roling (Sijjthoff, Leyden), (1977), pp. 5-24.
  43. “Role of International Adjudication”, in Leo Gross (Editor), The Future of the International Court of Justice (Published under the auspices of the American Society of International Law) Oceana Publications, New York (1976), pp. 1-21.
  44. “Equitable Use and Sharing of the Common Heritage of Mankind”, L.M. Alexander  ed.) Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Conference of the Law of the Sea Institute, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, R.I., U.S.A., June 1972 (1973), pp. 70-85.
  45. “Interests of the Developing Countries and the Developing Law of the Sea”, Annals of International Studies, (Geneva).  Special Issues on Law of the Sea, (July 1973), pp. 8-24, “International Machinery for Sea-Bed: Issues and Prospects”, Special Issue on the Law of the Sea, Indian Journal of International Law (New Delhi), Vol. 13, No. 3 (1973), pp. 351-366.
  46. “Tyranny of the Freedom of the The Sea Doctrine”, International Studies, Vol. 12, No. 3 (July-September 1973), pp. 79-193.
  47. Legal Continental Shelf and What it includes”, Journal of the Institute of Defence Studies and Analyses (Delhi), Vol. 4, No. 3, (January 1973), pp.358-416.
  48. “Pakistani POWS and International Law”, India Quarterly (April-June 1972), Vol. XXVIII, No. 2, pp. 109-118.
  49. “International Police Force”, in Harman Singh, (Ed.), Studies in World Public Order, (Delhi, 1972), pp. 345-373.
  50. “Afro-Asian States and the Development of a Universal International Law”, in Albert Lepawsky, Edward H. Buehrig, Harold D. Lasswell, (Ed.) the Searh for World Order, Studies by Students and Colleagues of Quincy Wright (Merdith Corporation, New York), pp. 157-179.
  51. Report of the Seminar on “Asian States and the Development of Universal International Law”, held on November 6-9, at the I.S.I.S., International Studies, (July, 1969)
  52. “Status of Tibet in International Law”, International Studies (April, 1969), pp. 401-445.
  53. “The Kutch Award”, India Quarterly, Vol. XXIV, No. 3, (July – September , 1968), pp. 182-212.
  54. “Legality of the Soviet Threatened Intervention in West Germany”, Indian Journal of International Law, Vol. VIII, (July, 1968), pp. 409-412.
  55. “Sovereign Equality of States in International Law – Part I”, International Studies, (April 1967), pp. 313-341.
  56. “Sovereign Equality of Staes in International Law – Part II”, International Studies,  (April 1967), pp. 386-421.
  57. “Sovereign Equality of States in the United Nations”, Indian Journal of International Law, Vol. VII, No. 2., (April, 1967), pp. 195-200.
  58. “Rebus Sic Stantibus in the Law of Treaties”, Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Indian Society of International Law in January 1967 proceedings of the Indian Society of International Affairs, Vol. XV, (1967).
  59. “Judicial System of the Hindus”, Indian Yearbook of International Affairs, Vol. XV, (1967).
  60. “Proliferation’s of Nuclear Weapons”, paper presented at the Seminar on Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy, November 6-12, 1966, I.S.I.S., New Delhi.
  61. “Suitability or Unsuitability of a Federal Constitution for India”, Indian Political Science Review, (October 1966), pp. 100-102.
  62. “Indian Law in Historical Perspective”, Supreme Court Law Journal, (September, 1966), pp. 11-34.
  63. “Attitude of the Asian-African States towards Certain Problems of International Law”, Paper Presented at the Third Annual Conference of the Congress of Scientists on Survival, New York City, June 19-21, 1964 International and comparative Law Quarterly, Vol. 15, part I, (January 1966), pp. 55-75.
  64. “The International Court of Justice and the Development of International Law”, International Studies, Vol. VII, No. 2, (October 1965), pp. 228-261.
  65. “Role of Individual and Dissenting Opinions in International Adjudication”, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, Vol. 14, Part 3 (July, 1965), pp. 788-808.
  66. “Execution of International Judicial Awards – Experience Since 1945”, University of Pittsburg Law Review, Vol. 26, No. 4 (June 1965), pp. 671-703.
  67. “Attitude of the ‘New’ Asian-African Countries Towards the International Court of Justice”, International Studies (New Delhi), Vol. IV, No. 3., (January 1965), 254-284.
  68. “The International court of Justice and Impartially Between Nations”, Indian Yearbook of International Affairs, (1963), pp. 12-55.
  69. “Role of the ‘New’ Asian-African Countries in the Present International legal Order”, American Journal of International Law, Vol. 56, No.  (April 1962), pp. 383-406.
  70. “India and the World Court”, International Studies,(New Delhi), Vol. II, No. 1, (July 1960), pp. 80-96.
  71. “Reservations to Multilateral Conventions”, Indian Journal of International Law, Vol. 1, No. 1 (July, 1960), pp. 84-91.
  72. “How Far Taxation Powers Control Freedom of Trade, Commerce and Intercourse”, Journal of the Indian Law Institute, (1959).
  73. “Repatriation of Pakistani Prisoners of War and International Law’, Round Table (New Delhi, 1972).
  74. “Proposed French Nuclear Tests and International Law’, Round Table  (New Delhi), June 24, 1973, pp. 24-27.
  75. “Repatriation of Pakistani Prisoners of War and International Law”, National Herald (New Delhi), June 3, 1972.
  76. “The Five Oceans: Reservoir of Vast Resources”, Indian and Foreign Review (New Delhi), Vol. 9, No. 18, JULY 1, 1972, pp. 13-17.