New Issue : Leiden Journal of International Law (Issue 2, Vol.27, June 2014)

pubilThe latest issue of the Leiden Journal of International Law (Vol.27, Issue 2, June 2014) has been published.Contents include, among others, the following articles :

  • YANNICK RADI, In Defence of ‘Generalism’ in International Legal Scholarship and Practice,
  • GEOFFREY GORDON, Innate Cosmopolitan Dialectics at the ICJ: Changing Perceptions of International Community, the Role of the Court, and the Legacy of Judge Álvarez,
  • ERIKA DE WET, The Evolving Role of ECOWAS and the SADC in Peace Operations: A Challenge to the Primacy of the United Nations Security Council in Matters of
    Peace and Security?,
  • STEVEN WHEATLEY, Conceptualizing the Authority of the Sovereign State over Indigenous Peoples,
  • PIETRO SULLO, Lois Mémorielles in Post-Genocide Societies: The Rwandan Law on Genocide Ideology under International Human Rights Law Scrutiny,
  • ELENI POLYMENOPOULOU, Cultural Rights in the Case Law of the International Court of Justice, and
  • ALEXIA SOLOMOU, Comparing the Impact of the Interpretation of Peace Agreements by International Courts and Tribunals on Legal Accountability and Legal Certainty in Post-Conflict Societies.

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Source : Cambridge Journals