Spijkers Otto
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基本情况:

Otto Spijkers是武汉大学中国边界与海洋研究院(CIBOS)的国际法教授,武汉大学环境法研究所的成员,国际水法学院(IWLA)的常任专家。他也是国际法协会国际法在可持续自然资源管理促进发展作用委员会的成员。

在加入CIBOS的IWLA之前,Spijkers教授曾担任CIBOS的客座讲师多年,每年教授一次国际水法课程。他还曾在厦门大学的中国国际水法计划和乌得勒支大学法学院教授国际水法课程。

 

教育背景:

1998-1999,萨塞克斯大学,国际关系学士学位(辅修法语)

1999-2004,阿姆斯特丹大学,法学学士学位

1999-2004,阿姆斯特丹大学,哲学学士学位

2004-2006,阿姆斯特丹大学,法学硕士学位,国际公法方向

2004-2006,阿姆斯特丹大学,哲学硕士学位,逻辑哲学方向

2004秋季,纽约大学,法学专业交换生

2001-2002,马耳他大学,哲学专业交换生、

2006-2011,莱顿大学格劳秀斯国际法研究中心,国际法学博士


研究领域:

作为IWLA的成员,Otto参与了国际水法、海洋法以及国际公法一般问题领域的教学和研究。


代表性论著:

1.“可持续性和国际水法”,约瑟夫·W·德拉佩纳,乔伊塔·古普塔(编辑),载于《埃尔加环境法百科全书第十卷:水法》,爱德华·埃尔加出版社2021年版。

2.“国际水法实施中的代际公平”,玛丽·克莱尔·科多尼尔·塞格、马塞尔·萨博和亚历山德拉·R·哈林顿(编辑),载于《可持续发展条约实施中的代际正义:通过国家机构保障子孙后代的权利》,剑桥大学出版社2021年版。

3.与大卫·德弗莱明克(合作),“跨界水治理的监管层级:探索非缔约方在澜沧江-湄公河流域中的作用”,载于《国际水务》,第46卷(2021),第5期。

4."国际法律的当代建设者们”,尼尔斯·M·布洛克,丹妮拉·丹德容和维德·普里斯兰(编辑),载于《推进国际法前沿的发展:主权、人权、可持续发展(Liber Amicorum Nico Schrijver)》,布里尔出版社2021年版。

5.与沃特·G·沃纳和拉美西斯·A·韦塞尔(合作),“国际法年鉴现象:导论”,载于《荷兰国际法年鉴》,第50卷(2021)。

6.与迪米特里·范登梅尔舍(合作),“‘有一种理想主义认为这些信息是有用的’——荷兰国际法年鉴的起源和演变”,载于《荷兰国际法年鉴》,第50卷(2021)。

7.与索菲·奥斯特休斯(合作),“荷兰对气候变化的反应:对荷兰气候法案和相关重要问题的评估”,托马斯·L·穆因策尔(编辑),载于《国家气候变化法案:国家框架气候立法的出现、形式和性质》,哈特出版社2020年版。

8.“可持续发展目标中所蕴含的可持续用水人权”,载于《乌得勒支法律评论》关于“将可持续的水资源人权本地化”的特刊,第16卷(2020),第2期。

9.“无重大危害原则和关于水的人权”,载于《国际环境协定:政治、法律和经济》,第20卷(2020),第4期。

10.“Urgenda (环保组织)与荷兰国之间的案例”,马塞尔·萨博(编辑),载于《匈牙利国际法和欧洲法年鉴》,第8卷(2020),第1期。

11.与凯瑟琳·布兰查德和端文(合作),“关于国家管辖范围以外区域海洋生物多样性的保护和可持续利用的具有法律约束力国际文书的未来三个结构支柱 ”,玛尔塔·尚塔尔·里贝罗,费尔南多·洛雷罗·巴斯托斯和托雷·亨利克森等(编辑),载于《全球挑战与海洋法》,斯普林格出版社2020年版。

12.“淡水的可持续管理:将国际水法与可持续发展目标联系起来”,载于《GAIA-科学与社会的生态观点》,第28卷(2019),第2期,第135-142页。

13.“国际和国内水法中的代际平等”,托马斯·科蒂尔,沙希扎·拉拉尼和克拉伦斯·西兹巴(编辑),载于《代际平等:环境和文化问题(世界贸易高等研究所,第4卷)》,布里尔出版社2019年版,第90–108页。

14.与凯茜·苏肯斯(合作),“跨界河流流域管理中有价值的公众参与”,载于《水法杂志》,第26卷(2019),第2期。

15.“中国水治理的公众参与”,载于《中国环境法学报》,2018年第2期。

16.与史蒂文·范·霍格斯特伦、尼科·施莱弗和安妮琳·德容(合作),“缔造和平的艺术:和平条约的教训”,布里尔出版社2021年版。

17.“可持续发展目标与国际水法之间的相互影响”,载于《欧洲比较法和国际环境法》(RECIEL),第25卷(2016),第1期,第39-49页。

18.“中国国际水法和国内水法的可持续发展”,载于《水法杂志》,第24卷(2015),第5-6期。

19.与布伦·丹豪和鲍里斯·康多克(合作),“联合国维和行动面临的规范和法律挑战”,载于《国际维和杂志》,第19卷(2015)。

20.“联合国在刚果维和行动的演变:从 ONUC,到 MONUC,再到 MONUSCO 及其部队干预旅”,载于《国际维和杂志》,第19卷(2015)。

21.与阿伦·霍尼鲍尔(合作),“发展全球公众参与”,载于《国际共同体法律评论》,第17卷(2015),第3期。

22.“国际法院与安理会的关系有什么问题?”,塞德里克·林加特,埃里克·J·莫莱纳尔和莎拉·诺文(编辑),载于《国际法有什么问题?Liber Amicorum A.H.A. Soons》,布里尔出版社2021年版。

23.“可持续发展目标是水资源可持续管理的催化剂”,载于《水法杂志》,特刊(2015)。

24.“国内外的旁观者义务比较”,载于《哥廷根国际法杂志》,第6卷(2014.10),第1期。

25.“联合国宪章中的全球价值观”,载于《荷兰国际法评论》,第59卷(2012),第3期。

26."联合国,全球价值的演变和国际法"(专著,博士论文),Intersentia出版社2011 年版。

27.“世界的运行:全球价值观、国际法和联合国”,载于《跨学科人权法杂志》,第4卷(2009-2010),第1期。

28.“荷兰地方法院眼中的联合国对斯雷布雷尼察种族灭绝的豁免”,载于《国际维和杂志》,第13卷(2009),第1-2期。

29.“建立追究斯雷布雷尼察种族灭绝责任的法律机制”,载于《人权与国际法律话语》,第1卷(2007),第2期。


工作经历:

2020.02-至今,武汉大学中国边界与海洋研究院教授

2012-2019,乌得勒支大学国际公法方向讲师、研究员、博士生导师

2018、2019(1周),马耳他大学客座教授

2016-2019(1周),武汉大学中国边界与海洋研究院

2015(3周),厦门大学中国国际水法项目客座教授

2012、2013(每年2周),中非大学国际人权法项目客座教授

2010、2012(每年6周),联合国国际法研究奖学金项目顾问

2010-2012,公共服务与总阅览室协调员

2008(2个月),联合国总部法律事务办公室实习生

2005(6个月),卢旺达国际刑事法庭(ICTR)实习生


Otto Spijkers is Professor of International Law at Wuhan University’s China Institute of Boundary and Ocean Studies (CIBOS) as well as its Research Institute of Environmental Law (RIEL) and Founding Staff Member of its International Water Law Academy (IWLA). He is also a member of the Committee on the Role of International Law in Sustainable Natural Resource Management for Development of the International Law Association.

 

Prior to joining the IWLA of CIBOS, Professor Spijkers was a guest lecturer with CIBOS for several years, teaching a course on international water law annually. He also taught a course on international water law at Xiamen University’s China International Water Law Programme, and at Utrecht University Law School.

 

As member of the IWLA, Otto is involved in teaching and research in the field of international water law, law of the sea, and general issues of public international law. His publications include:


1. Sustainability and International Water Law’, Chapter X.16 in Joseph W. Dellapenna and Joyeeta Gupta (editors), Volume X of the Elgar Encyclopaedia of Environmental Law: Water Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021.

2.‘Equity across Generations in Implementing International Law on Water’, in Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger, Marcel Szabó, and Alexandra R. Harrington (editors), Intergenerational Justice in Sustainable Development Treaty Implementation: Advancing Future Generations Rights through National Institutions, Cambridge University Press, 2021.

3.With David Devlaeminck, ‘Layers of Regulation in Transboundary Water Governance: Exploring the Role of Non-parties in the Lancang-Mekong River Basin’, in Water International, Volume 46, Issue 5 (2021).

4.  ‘World Law’s Modern Master Builders’, in Niels M. Blokker, Daniëlla Dam-de Jong, and Vid Prislan (editors), Furthering the Frontiers of International Law: Sovereignty, Human Rights, Sustainable Development (Liber Amicorum Nico Schrijver), Brill, 2021.

5. With Wouter G. Werner, and Ramses A. Wessel, ‘The Phenomenon of Yearbooks in International Law: An Introduction’, in Netherlands Yearbook of International Law, Vol. 50 (2021).

6. With Dimitri van den Meerssche, ‘‘There Was an Idealism that This Information is Useful’—The Origins and Evolution of the Netherlands Yearbook of International Law’, in Netherlands Yearbook of International Law, Vol. 50 (2021).

7.  With Sofie Oosterhuis, ‘The Dutch Response to Climate Change: Evaluating the Netherlands’ Climate Act and Associated Issues of Importance’, in Thomas L. Muinzer (editor), National Climate Change Acts: The Emergence, Form and Nature of National Framework Climate Legislation, Hart Publishing, 2020.

8. ‘The Sustainable Human Right to Water as Reflected in The Sustainable Development Goals’, in Special Issue on ‘Localising the Sustainable Human Right to Water’ of the Utrecht Law Review, vol. 16(2) (2020).

9. ‘The No Significant Harm Principle and The Human Right to Water’, in International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, Vol. 20(4) (2020).

10. ‘The Case Between Urgenda and the State of the Netherlands’, in Marcel Szabó (editor), Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law, vol. 8(1) (2020).

11. With Catherine Blanchard and Wen Duan, ‘Three Structural Pillars of the Future International Legally Binding Instrument on the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Marine Biodiversity of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction’, in Marta Chantal Ribeiro, Fernando Loureiro Bastos & Tore Henriksen (eds.) Global Challenges and the Law of the Sea, Springer, 2020.

12.‘Sustainable management of freshwater resources: Linking international water law and the Sustainable Development Goals’, in GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, Volume 28 (2019), Nr. 2.

13. ‘Equity across Generations in International and Domestic Water Law’, in Thomas Cottier, Shaheeza Lalani and Clarence Siziba (editors), Intergenerational Equity: Environmental and Cultural Concerns (World Trade Institute Advanced Studies, Volume: 4), Brill, 2019.

14. With Cathy Suykens, ‘Meaningful Public Participation in The Management of Transboundary River Basins’, in the Journal of Water Law, Volume 26 (2019), Issue 2.

15.With Xian Li and Liping Dai, ‘Public Participation in China’s Water Governance’, in the Chinese Journal of Environmental Law, Volume 2 (2018).

16. With Steven van Hoogstraten, Nico Schrijver, and Anneleen de Jong, editor of The Art of Making Peace: Lessons Learned from Peace Treaties, Brill, 2017. 

17.‘The Cross-fertilization between the Sustainable Development Goals and International Water Law,’ in Review of European, Comparative and International Environmental Law (RECIEL), Volume 25 (1) 2016.

18. With Xian Li and Liping Dai, ‘Sustainable Development in China’s International and Domestic Water Law,’ Journal of Water Law, volume 24 (5-6), 2015.

19. With Brendan Howe and Boris Kondoch, ‘Normative and Legal Challenges to UN Peacekeeping Operations,’ Journal of International Peacekeeping, Volume 19 (2015).

20. ‘The Evolution of United Nations Peacekeeping in the Congo: From ONUC, to MONUC, to MONUSCO and its Force Intervention Brigade,’ Journal of International Peacekeeping, Volume 19 (2015).

21. With Arron Honniball, ‘Developing Global Public Participation’, International Community Law Review, Volume 17 (2015), Issue 3.

22.  ‘What's Wrong with the Relationship between the International Court of Justice and the Security Council?’, in Cedric Ryngaert, Erik J. Molenaar and Sarah Nouwen (editors), What's Wrong with International Law? Liber Amicorum A.H.A. Soons, Brill, 2015.

23. The Sustainable Development Goals as Catalyst for the Sustainable Management of Water Resources,’ in Journal of Water Law, special issue, 2015.

24.  ‘Bystander Obligations at the Domestic and International Level Compared,’ in the Göttingen Journal of International Law, Vol. 6, No. 1 (October 2014).

25. 'Global values in the United Nations Charter,' Netherlands International Law Review, vol. 59 (2012), issue 3.

26. The United Nations, the Evolution of Global Values, and International Law (monograph, doctoral dissertation), Intersentia, 2011.

27. 'What’s running the world: global values, international law, and the United Nations,’ Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Rights Law, vol. 4, no. 1, 2009-2010.

28.‘The immunity of the United Nations in relation to the genocide in Srebrenica in the eyes of a Dutch District Court’, Journal of International Peacekeeping, vol. 13 (2009), no. 1-2.

29. ‘Legal mechanisms to establish accountability for the genocide in Srebrenica’, Human Rights & International Legal Discourse, vol. 1 (2007), no. 2.


Bionote

 

Prior to joining the IWLA of CIBOS, he was Lecturer of Public International Law at Utrecht University, and researcher at the Utrecht Centre for Water, Oceans and Sustainability Law. He was a visiting lecturer at the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies of Leiden University, Xiamen University’s China International Water Law Programme (China), the Law School of the East China University of Political Science and Law (ECUPL) in Shanghai (China), the Università degli Studi di Salerno (Italy), and the Association pour la promotion des droits de l'homme en Afrique centrale (APDHAC) of the Université Catholique d’Afrique Centrale (Yaoundé, Cameroon).

 

Previously, he was a PhD candidate and lecturer at the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies at the University of Leiden. His doctoral dissertation, entitled The United Nations, the Evolution of Global Values and International Law, was published with Intersentia in 2011. He worked as public services coordinator at the Peace Palace Library, and as international consultant and coordinator for the United Nations International Law Fellowship Programme. Otto Spijkers studied the basics of international relations at the University of Sussex. He then studied international law at the University of Amsterdam, New York University School of Law (exchange student), and the Hague Academy of International Law (2009 session). He studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and the University of Malta (exchange).  He obtained a Diplôme approfondi de langue française.