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.

You may view the full table of contents here.

Source: Oxford Journals