New Issue : Austrian Review of International and European Law (Vol.16, October 2014)

The latest issue of the Austrian Review of International and European Law (Vol.16, 2011, October 2014) is out.Contents include, among others, the following papers :

  • Stanford – Vienna Human Rights Conference: US-American and European Approaches to Contemporary Human Rights Problems
    • Manfred Nowak, European Human Rights Mechanisms in Comparison with the US,
    • Helen Stacy, The United States Rights Approach,
    • Allen S. Weiner, The Protection Human Rights in the United States,
    • James L. Cavallaro, US Exceptionalism, Human Rights and Civil Society,
    • Christoph Grabenwarter, The European Human Rights Model – With a Special View to the Pilot Judgment Procedure of the Strasbourg Court,
    • Ursula Kriebaum, The European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment,
    • Karin Lukas, The European Committee of Social Rights – The European Monitor in the Social Sphere,
    • Jonas Grimheden & Gabriel N. Toggenburg, Human Rights Protection in the European Union: A ‘Tale of Seven Cities’,
    • Heinz Gärtner, Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and Libya,
    • Irmgard Marboe, R2P and the ‘Abusive’ Veto – The Legal Nature of R2P and its Consequences for the Security Council and its Members,
    • Hanspeter Neuhold, Secondary Responsibility to Protect : Enforcement Action by the UN Security Council in the 2011 Libyan Crisis,
    • Christina Binder, European and US-Perspectives on the Protection of Human and Labour Rights in Export Processing Zones,
    • Margit Ammer & Joachim Stern, Human Rights Challenges in the Areas of Asylum and Immigration: EU Policies and Perspectives,
    • Katherine R. Jolluck, Anti-Trafficking Efforts and the Protection of Human Rights,
    • Maria Grazia Giammarinaro, Human Trafficking and Victims’ Rights,
    • Dinah Shelton, Thinking Globally – Acting Regionally. The Third Vranitzky Lecture,
    • Dan Svantesson, The Rome II Regulation and Choice of Law in Internet-Based Violations of Privacy and Personality Rights – On the Wrong Track, but in the Right Direction?

More, here.

Source : BRILL