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Kapitel 9: Bedeutung des Völkerrechtswandels für die Vollstreckungsimmunität

  • Anja Höfelmeier
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Part of the Beiträge zum ausländischen öffentlichen Recht und Völkerrecht book series (BEITRÄGE, volume 271)

Zusammenfassung

Nach der Feststellung einer graduellen Völkerrechtsentwicklung stellt sich nunmehr die Frage, ob und wie sich diese in der Vollstreckungsimmunität der Staaten niederschlagen kann oder es bereits getan hat. In der ideellen Konstruktion eines menschenzentrierten, konstitutionalisierten Weltrechts als Nachfolgeordnung des souveränitätsfixierten Koordinationsvölkerrechts muss das Durchsetzungshemmnis der Staatenimmunität letztlich durch die Rule of Law abgelöst werden.Denn wo die Staaten nur noch als Koordinations- und Vertretungseinheiten zugunsten ihrer Bevölkerung im Rahmen einer klar strukturierten Rechts- und Werteordnung dienen, ist für Ausnahmen von der Durchsetzung der in dieser Rechtsordnung begründeten Individualrechte zugunsten der Staaten kein Platz mehr. Wie bereits festgestellt,ist die Konstitutionalisierung jedoch ein Idealzustand und der Prozess dahin langsam und ungewissen Ausgangs. Zudem ist ein vollständiges Abschaffen der Souveränität schon aus Gründen der Funktionalität der Völkerrechtsordnung nicht erstrebenswert.

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  • Anja Höfelmeier
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  1. 1.CuxhavenDeutschland

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