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New issue: Questions of International Law (No. 29, 2016)

The latest issue of «Questions of International Law» (No. 29, 2016) is already out. Contents include, among others, the following contributions: 

  • Questioning the development of international law with regard to third-party countermeasures: Lessons from Libya, Syria, Ukraine and beyond: Introduced by Enrico Milano and Paolo Palchetti,
  • Martin Dawidowicz, Third-party countermeasures: A progressive development of international law?,
  • Carlo Focarelli, International Law and Third-Party Countermeasures in the Age of Global Instant Communication,
  • When is a criminal prohibition of genocide denial justified? The Perinçek case and the risk of a double standard: Introduced by Gabriele della Morte,
  • Claudia Morgana Cascione, Genocide denial and freedom of expression in the Perinçek case: A European overruling or a new approach to negationism?,
  • Ariana Macaya: Focus sur Perinçek c. Suisse. La question de la limitation à la liberté d’expression nécessaire dans une société démocratique,
  • The 30 November 2015 attacks and their aftermath: multilevel responses to terrorism: Introduced by Antonello Tancredi and Paolo Palchetti,
  • Jean-Christophe Martin, Les frappes de la France contre l’EIIL en Syrie, à la lumière de la résolution 2249 (2015) du Conseil de sécurité, and
  • Peter Hilpold, The evolving right of counter-terrorism: An analysis of SC resolution 2249 (2015) in view of some basic contributions in International Law literature.

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Source: QIL-QDI

New Issue: Journal of International Dispute Settlement (Vol. 6, No. 3, November 2015)

The latest issue of the Journal of International Dispute Settlement (Vol. 6, No. 3, November 2015) is already out. Contents include, among others, the following contributions

–> Editorial

  • John Gerard Ruggie & John F. Sherman III, Adding Human Rights Punch to the New Lex Mercatoria: The Impact of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights on Commercial Legal Practice

–> Articles

    • Geraldo Vidigal, Targeting Compliance: Prospective Remedies in International Law
    • Juan Pablo Moyano García, Moral Damages in Investment Arbitration: Diverging Trends
    • Regis Bonnan, Different Conceptions of Amiable Composition in International Commercial Arbitration: A Comparison in Space and Time
  • Themed Section on the ICJ’s Whaling Case
    • Stephen R. Tully, ‘Objective Reasonableness’ as a Standard for International Judicial Review
    • Makane Moïse Mbengue & Rukmini Das, The ICJ’s Engagement with Science: To Interpret or not to Interpret?
    • Guillaume Gros, The ICJ’s Handling of Science in the Whaling in the Antarctic Case: A Whale of a Case?
    • Lucas Carlos Lima, The Evidential Weight of Experts before the ICJ: Reflections on the Whaling in the Antarctic Case.

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Source: Oxford Journals

New Issue: Journal of the History of International Law (Vol. 17, No. 1, 2015)

The latest issue of the Journal of the History of International Law (Vol. 17, Issue 1, 2015) has been published. Contents include, among others, the following papers:

  • Alexandra Kemmerer, “We do not need to always look to Westphalia . . .” A Conversation with Martti Koskenniemi and Anne Orford,
  • Paolo Amorosa, James Brown Scott’s International Adjudication between Tradition and Progress in the United States,
  • Shavana Musa, Tides and Tribulations: English Prize Law and the Law of Nations in the Seventeenth Century, and
  • Janne E. Nijman, Images of Grotius, or the International Rule of Law beyond Historiographical Oscillation.

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Source: BRILL

African Journal of International Criminal Justice: First Issue of 2015

The first issue of 2015 of the African Journal of International Criminal Justice is out. Contents include, among others, the following contributions:

  • Matthew C. Kane, Accessible Judgments as a Practical Means to Reengage African Interest and Salvage the International Criminal Court, and
  • Charles Chernor Jalloh, The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in Advancing International Criminal Justice.

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Source: ElevenJournals

New Issue: Indian Journal of International Law (Vol. 55, No. 1, March 2015)

The latest issue of the Indian Journal of International Law (Vol. 55, No. 1, March 2015) is out. Contents include, among others, the following articles:

  • S. G. Sreejith , Vedanta and the philosophy of international law: From human sociality to a human reality
  • Prabhash Ranjan, Most favoured nation provision in Indian bilateral investment treaties: A case for reform
  • Shiju Mazhuvanchery, Competition provisions in regional trade agreements: The Indian experience
  • Diego Germán Mejía-Lemos, Some considerations regarding “‘Instant’ International Customary Law”, fifty years later.

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Source: Springer

New Issue: Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy (Vol. 18, No. 2, 2015)

The latest issue of the Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy (Vol. 18, no. 2, 2015) has been published. Contents include:

  • Special Issue: Marine Biological Resources and Biodiversity in the South China Sea: Challenges and Prospects,
    • Keyuan Zou, Managing Biodiversity Conservation in the Disputed Maritime Areas: The Case of the South China Sea,
    • Marie Antonette Juinio-Meñez, Biophysical and Genetic Connectivity Considerations in Marine Biodiversity Conservation and Management in the South China Sea,
    • Edgardo D. Gomez, Rehabilitation of Biological Resources: Coral Reefs and Giant Clam Populations Need to Be Enhanced for a Sustainable Marginal Sea in the Western Pacific,
    • Nguyen Chu Hoi & Vu Hai Dang, Building a Regional Network and Management Regime of Marine Protected Areas in the South China Sea for Sustainable Development,
    • Jianwei Li & Ramses Amer, Closing the Net Against IUU Fishing in the South China Sea: China’s Practice and Way Forward,
    • Shih-Ming Kao, International Practices on the Management of Fishery Resources: Lessons Learnt for the South China Sea,
    • Robin Warner, Stemming the Black Tide: Cooperation on Oil Pollution Preparedness and Response in the South China Sea and East Asian Seas.

More, here.

Source: Taylor and Francis Online

New Issue: International Studies Review (Vol.17, Issue 2, June 2015)

The latest issue of  International Studies Review (Vol. 17, No. 2, June 2015) has been published. Analytical essays include :

  • Special Issue: Analytical Essays: Evaluation, Synthesis, Reflections
    • Joseph MacKay & Jamie Levin, Hanging Out in International Politics: Two Kinds of Explanatory Political Ethnography for IR
    • Juliet Kaarbo, A Foreign Policy Analysis Perspective on the Domestic Politics Turn in IR Theory
    • David Maher, The Fatal Attraction of Civil War Economies: Foreign Direct Investment and Political Violence, A Case Study of Colombia
    • Ilai Z. Saltzman, Honor as Foreign Policy: The Case of Israel, Turkey, and the Mavi Marmara
    • Sanjoy Banerjee, Rules, Agency, and International Structuration

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Source: Wiley Online Library

New Issue: Revue Générale de Droit International Public (Vol.119, No.1, 2015)

The latest issue of the Revue Générale de Droit International Public (Vol.119, No.1, 2015) is out. Contents include:

  • Dossier. Les tecniques conventionnelles du droit international des investissements
    • Alain Nouvel, Classification cursive des règles de fond issues des traités bilatéraux d’investissements
    • Geoffroy Lyonnet, La clause de la nation la plus favorisée en droit des Investissements: bilan et perspectives. Invitation à la prudence
    • Thierry Lauriol, Le traitement national
    • Carlo Santulli, Le traitement juste el équitable: stipulation particulière ou principe général de bonne conduite?
    • Geneviève Bastid Burdeau, La clause de protection et de sécurité pleine et entière
    • Walid Ben Hamida, La clause de couverture (dite «umbrella clause»)
    • Franck Latty, Discrète mais envahissante: la clause de libre exploitation
    • Michael Ostrove, La clause relative à l’expropriation. L’imbrication du concept d’attentes légitimes dans la notion d’expropriation indirecte
    • Arnaud de Nanteuil, La clause d’indemnisation

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Source: RGDIP

New Issue: Journal de droit européen (J.D.E.) 2015/3

Éditorial
Vers une Union européenne de l’énergie, par S. Andoura

Analyse
Abus de droit : nouvelles applications en matière de transport, par R. Nicoleta Ionescu

Vie du droit
Charte des droits fondamentaux : un socle autonome pour la protection des droits dans l’Union européenne, par V. Depaigne

Commentaires
– Arrêt « Ryneš » : la vidéosurveillance et la directive sur la protection des données personnelles, par O. Tambou
– Arrêt « Kaltoft » : obligation d’accommodation raisonnable en faveur des personnes obèses, par C. de Callataÿ et E. van Rijckevorsel

Chroniques
– Droit européen des migrations, par J.-Y. Carlier et L. Leboeuf
– Droit administratif européen, par S. Rodrigues, L. Levi, C. Bernard-Glanz, A. Blot et A. Tymen

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New Issue: Journal de droit européen (J.D.E.) 2015/2

Éditorial
L’Union est-elle soluble dans la Convention européenne des droits de l’homme ?, par M. Dony

Analyse
Les nouvelles directives marchés publics et concessions, par P. Nihoul et T. Bombois

Vie du droit
La jurisprudence européenne et la gestation pour autrui, par J. Sosson

Commentaires
– Arrêt « Petru » : le remboursement des soins de santé programmés à l’étranger, par J. de Wilde d’Estmael
– Arrêt « A, B et C » : les limites à l’évaluation de l’orientation sexuelle d’un demandeur d’asile, par L. Leboeuf

Chroniques
– Les droits intellectuels, par S. Dusollier et A. de Francquen
– Les règles de concurrence applicables aux entreprises, par T. Fouquet, V. Giacobbo-Peyronnel, C. Remy et J. Sladič

Actualités

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