Anton’s Weekly Digest of International Law, Vol. 2, No. 20 (26 May 2011, abbreviated edition)

Anton’s Weekly Digest of
International Law

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Vol. 2, No. 20
(26 May 2011)

A PDF VERSION OF THIS ISSUE OF THE DIGEST IS HERE

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Contents

I. SSRN Legal Scholarship Network/bepress Legal Repository/NELLCO Legal Scholarship Repository/Publishers Advances
II. Books
III. Journals
IV. Blogs/Comment/Review (select items)
V. Podcasts/Videos
VI. Gray Literature/Newsletters/Webtools
VII. Documents/Negotiations
VIII. Press Releases (select items)
IX. Media (select items)

I. SSRN Legal Scholarship Network/bepress Legal Repository/NELLCO Legal Scholarship Repository/Publishers Advances

(Abstracts omitted this week due to time constraints)

Productivity and the Internationalization of Firms – Cross-Border Acquisitions Versus Greenfield Investments
Michaela S. Trax
Ruhr Graduate School in Economics
Date Posted: May 25, 2011

The Economics of Slavery, Forced Labor and Human Trafficking
The Encyclopedia of Law and Economics, Forthcoming
Patrick Belser
International Labor Organization
Date Posted: May 25, 2011

Development of International Human Rights Law Before and after the UDHR
DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW BEFORE AND AFTER THE UDHR, Mashood A. Baderin & Manisuli Ssenyonjo, eds., Ashgate Publishing, November 2010, SOAS School of Law Research Paper No. 02/2011
Mashood A. Baderin and Manisuli Ssenyonjo
University of London – School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) – School of Law and Brunel University – School of Social Sciences and Law
Date Posted: May 24, 2011

African States and the International Criminal Court: A Silent Revolution in International Criminal Law
Journal of Law & Social Challenges, Vol. 12, Spring 2010
Anna F. Triponel and Stephen Pearson
Public International Law & Policy Group and affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: May 24, 2011

Development of International Human Rights Law Before and after the UDHR
DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW BEFORE AND AFTER THE UDHR, Mashood A. Baderin & Manisuli Ssenyonjo, eds., Ashgate Publishing, November 2010, SOAS School of Law Research Paper No. 02/2011
Mashood A. Baderin and Manisuli Ssenyonjo
University of London – School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) – School of Law and Brunel University – School of Social Sciences and Law
Date Posted: May 24, 2011

Do European Court of Human Rights Judgments Promote Legal and Policy Change?
Laurence R. Helfer and Erik Voeten
Duke University – School of Law and Georgetown University – Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS)
Date Posted: May 24, 2011

Human Rights and Common Good: Introduction
John M. Finnis, HUMAN RIGHTS AND COMMON GOOD: COLLECTED ESSAYS VOLUME III, Oxford University Press, 2011, Oxford Legal Studies Research Paper No. 29/2011
John Finnis
University of Oxford – Faculty of Law
Date Posted: May 24, 2011

Judging Aggression
Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, Vol. 50, No. 1, 2011, Florida International University Legal Studies Research Paper No. 11-15
Noah Weisbord
Florida International University (FIU) – College of Law
Date Poste: May 24, 2011

Proportionality in Counterinsurgency: A Relational Theory
Notre Dame Law Review, Vol. 87, 2011
Evan J. Criddle
Syracuse University College of Law
Date Posted: May 24, 2011

Testimony on the State of the Securitization Markets
The State of the Securitization Markets, Hearing before the Subcommittee on Securities, Insurance, and Investment, Senate Comm. on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs (May 18, 2011)
Steven L. Schwarcz
Duke University – School of Law
Date Posted: May 24, 2011

The International Legal Scholar in Palestine: Hurling Stones Under the Guise of Legal Forms? A Talk with Martti Koskenniemi and Mudar Kassis
Jean d’Aspremont
University of Amsterdam
Date Posted: May 24, 2011

The Mexican Drug War: The Case for a Non-International Armed Conflict Classification
Fordham International Law Journal, Vol. 34, p. 1042, 2011
Carina Bergal
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: May 24, 2011
Who Reveals? Transparency and the IMF’s Article IV Consultations
Martin S. Edwards , Kelsey A. Coolidge and Daria A. Preston
Seton Hall University – John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations , affiliation not provided to SSRN and affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: May 24, 2011

WTO Law and Human Rights: Bringing Together Two Autopoietic Orders
Peter Hilpold
Chinese Journal of International Law
Advance Access
10.1093/chinesejil/jmr011
Posted by RSS Feed: May 24, 2011
A Home in the City: Women’s Struggle to Secure Adequate Housing in Urban Tanzania
Katherine C. Hughes and Elisabeth Wickeri
Fordham Law School, Leitner Center for International Law and Justice and Leitner Center/Fordham Law School
Date Posted: May 23, 2011

An Analysis of the WTO Panel Ruling on Gmos Disputes: Focusing on the Interpretation and Application of Articles 2.2, 5.1 and 5.7 of the Sps Agreement
Kuei-Jung Ni
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: May 23, 2011

Globalization and the Diffusion of ICTs Impact on the Importance of Geography and Locations of Firms
Hiwotie Walelign Alemu
Amhara Management Institute (AMI)
Date Posted: May 23, 2011

On the Evolution of U.S. Trade Agreements: Evidence from Taussig’s Tariff Commission
Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. 45, No. 2, pp. 475-483, June 2011
Stephen Meardon
Department of Economics, Bowdoin College
Date Posted: May 23, 2011

Recognising Foreign Insolvency Discharge and Stare Decisis
Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation, Vol. 266, 2011
Look Chan Ho
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
Date Posted: May 23, 2011

Statutory and Common Law Enforcement of Foreign Insolvency Judgments
Butterworths Journal of International Banking & Financial Law, Vol. 26, No. 5, p. 254, 2011
Look Chan Ho
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
Date Posted: May 23, 2011

The International Law Relation between TRIPS and Subsequent TRIPS-Plus Free Trade Agreements: Towards Safeguarding TRIPS Flexibilities?
Journal of Intellectual Property Law, Vol. 18, No. 2, p. 1, 2011
Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan
Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition Law
Date Posted: May 23, 2011

The International Whaling Commission and the Elusive Great White Whale of Preservationism
William and Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, Vol. 33, No. 2, p. 375, 2009, Monash University Faculty of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2010/47
Gerry Nagtzaam
Monash University – Faculty of Law
Date Posted: May 23, 2011

New Directions in Responsibility: Assessing the International Law Commission’s Draft Articles on the Responsibility of International Organizations
Yale Journal of International Law 2011
Kristen E. Boon
Date Posted: 22 May 2011

Non-State Actors in International Law: Oscillating between Concepts and Dynamics
PARTICIPANTS IN THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL SYSTEM – MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES ON NON-STATE ACTORS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW, pp. 1-21, J. d’Aspremont, ed., Routledge, 2011, Amsterdam Law School Research Paper No. 2011-06, Amsterdam Center for International Law No. 2011-05
Jean d’Aspremont
University of Amsterdam
Date Posted: May 22, 2011

On the Discretion to Enforce Awards under the New York Convention – A Casenote on Dallah v. Government of Pakistan
University of Luxembourg Law Working Paper No. 20011-04
Gilles Cuniberti
University of Luxembourg
Date Posted: May 22, 2011

Global Implications of the Asian Financial Crisis: Banking, Economic Integration, and Crisis Management in the New Century
William Mitchell Law Review, Vol. 25, pp. 939-963, 1999
John W. Head 
University of Kansas – School of Law
Date Posted: May 21, 2011

Law and Policy in International Financial Institutions: The Changing Role of Law in the IFIs and the Multilateral Development Banks
Kansas Journal of Law & Pubic Policy, Vol. 17, pp.194-229, 2008
John W. Head 
University of Kansas – School of Law
Date Posted: May 21, 2011

Reframing the Issue: The Coalition on Intellectual Property and Public Health in the WTO, 2001
NEGOTIATING TRADE: DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN THE WTO AND NAFTA, John Odell, ed., New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006
John S. Odell and Susan K Sell 
School of International Relations and George Washington University
Date Posted: May 21, 2011

The Right to Leave Any Country
INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION LAW, Sir Richard Plender, ed., Martinus Nijhoff, 2012
Dimitry Kochenov 
University of Groningen – Faculty of Law
Date Posted: May 21, 2011

The ASEAN Comprehensive Investment Agreement: Realizing a Regional Community
Asian Journal of Comparative Law: Vol. 6: Iss. 1, Article 4 (2011)
Zhong, Zewei
Date Posted by RSS Feed: May 21, 2011

Comparative Analysis of Copyright Protection of Databases: Indian and the International Scenario and the Path to Follow
Tabrez Ahmad and Sourav Dan 
KIIT University – KIIT Law School and KIIT University, KIIT Law School
Date Posted: May 20, 2011

The IFC’s New Africa, Latin America, and Caribbean Fund: Its Worrisome Start, and How to Fix it
Indiana Legal Studies Research Paper No. 194
Christiana Ochoa and Patrick Keenan 
Indiana University Maurer School of Law and University of Illinois College of Law
Date Posted: May 19, 2011

Back to Square One – the Past, the Present and the Future of the Simmenthal Mandate
European Constitutional Law Network, 8th Annual Conference, October 2010
Sinisa Rodin 
University of Zagreb – School of Law
Date Posted: May 19, 2011

Comparing WTO Panelists and ICSID Arbitrators: The Creation of International Legal Fields
Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Vol. 1, No. 4, 2011
Jose Augusto Fontoura Costa 
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: May 18, 2011

Democracy Unbound: Introduction to Papers on Global Democracy
Joakim Nergelius
University of Orebro
Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Vol. 1, No. 5, 2011
Date Posted: May 18, 2011

Global Governance: Some Concerns About Authentic Democracy Addressed
Gillian Brock
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Vol. 1, No. 5, 2011
Date Posted: May 18, 2011

Contributions and Limitations of Empirical Research on Independence and Impartiality in International Investment Arbitration
Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Vol. 1, No. 4, 2011
Gus Van Harten 
York University – Osgoode Hall Law School
Date Posted: May 18, 2011

Finding International Law, Part II: Our Fragmenting Legal Community
New York University Journal of International Law and Politics (JILP), Vol. 44, 2011, UGA Legal Studies Research Paper No. 11-10
Harlan Grant Cohen 
University of Georgia School of Law
Date Posted: May 18, 2011

Francisco De Vitoria and Alberico Gentili on the Legal Character of the Global Commonwealth
Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 2011
Andreas Wagner 
Goethe University Frankfurt, Cluster of Excellence “The Formation of Normative Orders”
Date Posted: May 18, 2011

From the Green Room to the Court Room (and Back): Judicial Clarification of Ambiguity in WTO Law and the Effects on Subsequent Negotiations
Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Vol. 1, No. 4, 2011
James Flett 
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: May 18, 2011

Reform at the Top: What’s Next for the WTO? A Second Life? A Socio-Political Analysis
Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Vol. 1, No. 4, 2011
Daniel Drache 
York University – Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies
Date Posted: May 18, 2011

The Briand-Kellogg Pact of 1928
Jörg Kammerhofer 
University of Freiburg – Faculty of Law
Date Posted: May 18, 2011

The Substance of Subsidiarity: The Interpretation and Meaning of the Principle after Lisbon
THE FUTURE OF EUROPEAN LAW AFTER LISBON, M. Trybus and L. Rubini, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011
A. (Ton) van den Brink 
Utrecht University – Europa Institute
Date Posted: May 18, 2011

A Philosophical and Legal Look at State Violence Through War
May 16, 2011
Sirus Kashefi 
Osgoode Hall Law School – York University
Date Posted: May 18, 2011

Review of ‘Islam and the Secular State: Negotiating the Future of Shari‛A’ by Abduallahi Ahmed An-Na‛Im
Ancient Traditions, New Conversations, 2011
Perry Dane 
Rutgers School of Law – Camden; Tikvah Center for Law & Jewish Civilization, New York University School of Law
Date Posted: May 18, 2011

Securing the Nation-State and Securitizing the ‘Other’ – Analyzing the Limits of the Palestinian Minority’s Inclusion in the Israeli Nationalizing Discourse
Sharon Weinblum
Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
March 15, 2011
Date Posted: May 18, 2011

Multilateral Efforts to Reduce Black Carbon Emissions: A Lifeline for the Warming Arctic?
Erika Rosenthal & Robert Watson
Review of European Community & International Environmental Law
Early View (Online Version of Record published before inclusion in an issue)
Article first published online: 16 May 2011

Global Inequality: A Multidimensional Perspective
Koen Decancq
Catholic University of Leuven (KUL) – Center for Economic Studies
April 29, 2011
Date Posted: May 16, 2011

Politics in a State of Nature
William A. Edmundson
Georgia State University College of Law
Date Posted: May 16, 2011

Realizing the International Human Right to Health: The Challenge of For-Profit Health Care
Eleanor D. Kinney
Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis
West Virginia Law Review, Vol. 113, 2010
Date Posted: May 14, 2011

The Globalization of Corporate Environmental Disclosure: Accountability or Greenwashing?
Christopher Marquis, Harvard University
Michael W. Toffel, Harvard Business School (HBS) – Technology & Operations Management Unit
May 8, 2011
Harvard Business School Organizational Behavior Unit Working Paper No. 11-115
Harvard Business School Technology & Operations Mgt. Unit Working Paper No. 11-115
Date Posted: May 10, 2011, Revised: May 13, 2011

Genocide and Restitution: Ensuring Each Group’s Contribution to Humanity
Ana Filipa Vrdoljak
University of Western Australia – Faculty of Law
European Journal of International Law, Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 17-47, 2011
Date Posted: August 5, 2010, Revised: May 13, 2011

Eradicating World Poverty: Microfinancing for Development
Samantha Levokove
affiliation not provided to SSRN
May 4, 2011
Date Posted: May 6, 2011

II. Books

Feminist Perspectives on Contemporary International Law:

Between Resistance and Compliance?

(Hart Publishing, May 2011)

Edited by Sari Kouvo and Zoe Pearson

The essays in this volume analyse feminism’s positioning vis-à-vis international law and the current paradigms of international law. The authors argue that, willingly or unwillingly, feminist perspectives on international law have come to be situated between ‘resistance’ and ‘compliance’. That is, feminist scholarship aims at deconstructing international law to show why and how ‘women’ have been marginalised; at the same time feminists have been largely unwilling to challenge the core of international law and its institutions, remaining hopeful of international law’s potential for women. The analysis is clustered around three themes: the first part, theory and method, looks at how feminist perspectives on international law have developed and seeks to introduce new theoretical and methodological tools (especially through a focus on psychoanalysis and geography). The second part, national and international security, focuses on how feminists have situated themselves in relation to the current discourses of ‘crisis’, the post-9/11 NGO ‘industry’ and the changing discourses of violence against women. The third part, global and local justice, addresses some of the emerging trends in international law, focusing especially on transitional justice, state-building, trafficking and economic globalisation.

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Mediation in Political Conflicts: Soft Power or Counter Culture

(Hart, April 2011)

Edited by Jacques Faget

This book provides a vivid reader on experiences of mediation throughout history and in many different regional, cultural and legal contexts. For experts in the field of mediation and legal anthropology it provides a series of fascinating case studies not previously reported on. For those not familiar with the field it provides a window on an alternative possibility for peacemaking in political conflicts. The book is held together by the editor’s introduction, which defines political mediation, the research methodologies employed, the relationship of mediation to participatory democracy, and the growth of mediation in the past twenty years. The chapters which follow provide the anatomy of successful and unsuccessful mediations in contexts as widely diverse as the 30 Years War (1618-1648) which was ended following the intercession of the future Pope, Alexander VII. Three further chapters examine the role of the Catholic Church in other mediations – in the  Basque conflict, in Burundi and in Chiapas, while a further group of chapters looks at conflicts in Ethiopia, Northern Ireland, Central America and Congo.

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International Law in East Asia

(Ashgate, Published: May 2011)

Edited by Zou Keyuan and Jianfu Chen

As the world’s political and economic landscape changes in response to the rise of Asian countries such as China, so Asian influences on the global legal order will become more pronounced. Many countries in the region, such as Japan and South Korea, influence the development of international law in various ways, either individually or collectively through multinational organisations such as ASEAN.

This collection of published work by leading East Asian scholars covers Asian perspectives concerning various issues in international law, ranging from general perspectives to particular themes such as international economic law, international human rights law, international law ocean law, international criminal law, international security law and international dispute settlement. For the first time it provides a comprehensive picture of how and why East Asian countries participate in international law making, as well as comply with international law in their state practices. In so doing, the editors attempt to address the question whether the rising powers in East Asia will change the existing international legal order in future.

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Exploring the Boundaries of International Criminal Justice

(Ashgate, June 2011)

Edited by Ralph Henham and Mark Findlay

This collection discusses appropriate methodologies for comparative research and applies this to the issue of trial transformation in the context of achieving justice in post-conflict societies. In developing arguments in relation to these problems, the authors use international sentencing and the question of victims’ interests and expectations as a focus.

The conclusions reached are wide-ranging and haighly significant in challenging existing conceptions for appreciating and giving effect to the justice demands of victims of war and social conflict. The themes developed demonstrate clearly how comparative contextual analysis facilitates our understanding of the legal and social contexts of international punishment and how this understanding can provide the basis for expanding the role of restorative international criminal justice within the context of international criminal trials.

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Ethical Foreign Policy? US Humanitarian Interventions
(Ashgate, June 2011)

Chih-Hann Chang

While the 1990s gave rise to a wealth of literature on the notion of ethical foreign policy, it has tended to simply focus on a version of realism, which overlooks the role of ethics in international affairs, lacking an empirical analysis of foreign policy decision-making, with relation to ethical values in the post-Cold War period. This book addresses this gap in the literature by exploring ethical realism as a theoretical framework and, in particular, by looking at US humanitarian interventions at an empirical level to analyse ethical foreign policy in practice. Furthermore, it moves beyond the debate on legality or legitimacy of humanitarian interventions and focuses on whether a state would intervene for humanitarian purposes.

Chang provides a deeper understanding of ethical foreign policy in theory and practice by applying ethical realism as a theoretical framework to evaluate the Clinton administration’s foreign policy on humanitarian intervention. She addresses concepts of moral leadership and pragmatic foreign policy in the field of international relations in general and foreign policy analysis in particular.

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The Human Rights of Children: From Visions to Implementation

(Ashgate,  May 2011)

Edited by Antonella Invernizzi and Jane Williams

This volume provides a series of critical analyses of some of the contemporary debates in relation to the human rights of children, resituating them within visions which informed the text of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1989. The studies embrace examination of some of today’s widespread interpretations of the CRC, analysis of what is implied by a human rights-based approach in research and advocacy and consideration of advances and barriers to research and to several aspects of CRC implementation. With contributions by leading experts in the field, the book examines the CRC as an international instrument, its inherent dilemmas and some of the debates generated by the challenges of implementation. It embraces examinations of different levels of governance from the international to the state party, regional and local levels, including institutional developments and changes in law, policy and practice.

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The Challenges of Justice in Diverse Societies: Constitutionalism and Pluralism

(Ashgate,  May 2011)

Meena K. Bhamra

In the urgency to respond to the challenges posed by diversity in contemporary societies, the discussion of normative foundations is often overlooked. This book takes that important first step, and offers new ways of thinking about diversity. Its contribution to an ongoing dialogue in this field lies in the construction of a normative framework which endeavours to better understand the challenges of justice in diverse societies. By applying this normative framework to specific and broader examples of injustices in the spheres of religion, culture, race, ethnicity, gender and nationality, the book demonstrates how constitutional pluralist discourses can contribute both to new and legal responses to diversity.

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Participants in the International Legal System: Multiple Perspectives on Non-State Actors in International Law

(Routledge, April 21, 2011)

Edited by Jean d’Aspremont

The international legal system has weathered sweeping changes over the last decade as new participants have emerged. International law-making and law-enforcement processes have become increasingly multi-layered with unprecedented numbers of non-State actors, including individuals, insurgents, multinational corporations and even terrorist groups, being involved. This growth in the importance of non-State actors at the law-making and law-enforcement levels has generated a lot of new scholarly studies on the topic. However, while it remains uncontested that non-State actors are now playing an important role on the international plane, albeit in very different ways, international legal scholarship has remained riddled by controversy regarding the status of these new actors in international law.

This collection features contributions by renowned scholars, each of whom focuses on a particular theory or tradition of international law, a region, an institutional regime or a particular subject-matter, and considers how that perspective impacts on our understanding of the role and status of non-State actors. The book takes a critical approach as it seeks to gauge the extent to which each conception and understanding of international law is instrumental in the perception of non-State actors. In doing so the volume provides a wide panorama of all the contemporary legal issues arising in connection with the growing role of non-state actors in international-law making and international law-enforcement processes.

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Hegemony in International Society
(Oxford Univ. Press, 7 Apr 2011)

Ian Clark

Can international legitimacy operate even in a deformed balance of power, and when there is only one dominant state? Conventionally, hegemony has been perceived as a threat to international society. But how then is international order to be maintained, if this still requires a managerial role on the part of the great powers? IR theory has not taken that problem sufficiently seriously. This study makes a sharp distinction between primacy, denoting merely a form of material power, and hegemony, understood as a legitimate practice, and as giving rise to a form of social power. Adopting an English School approach, the author suggests hegemony be considered as one potential institution of international society, and hence as one possible mechanism of international order. The book reviews some relevant historical cases (the Concert of Europe, Pax Britannica and Pax Americana) and argues that, instead of one model of hegemony, these represent several different variants: importantly, each displays its own distinctive legitimacy dynamics. Once these are appreciated, they can help us identify the possible institutional forms of hegemony in contemporary international society. This is done through three cases, examining in turn US policy on the UN Security Council, in East Asia, and on climate change. The overall argument challenges the limited post-Cold War debate about primacy, and the equally simplistic projections about the future distribution of power to which it gives rise. In doing so, it offers a major re-thinking of the concept of hegemony in international relations.

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The Power of Deliberation: International Law, Politics and Organizations
(Oxford Univ. Press, 28 April 2011)
Ian Johnstone

Arguing about matters of public policy is ubiquitous in democracies. The ability to resolve conflicts through peaceful contestation is a measure of any well-ordered society. Arguing is almost as ubiquitous in international affairs, yet it is not viewed as an important element of world order. In The Power of Deliberation: International Law, Politics and Organizations, Ian Johnstone challenges the assumption that arguing is mere lip service with no real impact on the behavior of states or the structure of the international system. Johnstone focuses on legal argumentation and asks why, if the rhetoric of law is inconsequential, governments and other international actors bother engaging in it.

Johnstone joins the efforts of international relations scholars and democracy theorists who consider why argumentation occurs beyond nation states. He focuses on deliberation in and around international organizations, drawing on various strands of legal, political and international relations theory to identify common features of legal argumentation and deliberative politics. Johnstone’s central claim is that international organizations are places where “interpretive communities” coalesce, and the quality of the deliberations these communities provoke is a measure of the legitimacy of the organization.

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The Constitutionalization of International Law
(Oxford Univ. Press, 7 Apr 2011 New in Paperback)

Jan Klabbers, Anne Peters, and Geir Ulfstein

The book examines one of the most debated issues in current international law: to what extent the international legal system has constitutional features comparable to what we find in national law. This question has become increasingly relevant in a time of globalization, where new international institutions and courts are established to address international issues. Constitutionalization beyond the nation state has for many years been discussed in relation to the European Union. This book asks whether we now see constitutionalization taking place also at the global level.

The book investigates what should be characterized as constitutional features of the current international order, in what way the challenges differ from those at the national level and what could be a proper interaction between different international arrangements as well as between the international and national constitutional level. Finally, it sketches the outlines of what a constitutionalized world order could and should imply. The book is a critical appraisal of constitutionalist ideas and of their critique. It argues that the reconstruction of the current evolution of international law as a process of constitutionalization -against a background of, and partly in competition with, the verticalization of substantive law and the deformalization and fragmentation of international law- has some explanatory power, permits new insights and allows for new arguments. The book thus identifies constitutional trends and challenges in establishing international organisational structures, and designs procedures for standard-setting, implementation and judicial functions.

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Satow’s Diplomatic Practice
(Oxford Univ. Press, 7 April 2011 New in Paperback)

Edited by Ivor Roberts

Satow’s Diplomatic Practice is a classic work, first published 90 years ago and revised four times since. This is the first revised edition for thirty years, during which time the world and diplomacy have changed almost beyond recognition. The new edition provides an enlarged and updated section on the history of diplomacy and revises comprehensively the practice of diplomacy and the corpus of diplomatic and international law since the end of the Cold War. It traces the substantial expansion in numbers both of sovereign states and international and regional organisations and features detailed chapters on diplomatic privileges and immunities, diplomatic missions and consular matters. It also examines new forms of diplomacy from the work of NGOs to the use of secret envoys and commercial security firms, and the book highlights the impact of international terrorism on the life and work of a diplomat. Satow is an indispensable guide for anyone working in or studying the field of diplomacy.

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Le patrimoine culturel en Bories droit international: Les compétences des Etats à l’égard des éléments du patrimoine culturel

(Editions A.Pedone)

Clémentine Bories

Le patrimoine culturel constitue un ensemble d’éléments immatériels comme matériels qui participe à la construction et à la vie des identités humaines. Réalité longtemps oubliée du droit, elle le met désormais au défi, à l’heure de proposer une définition puis d’élaborer un régime juridique adapté à sa nature comme à ses besoins. Plus particulièrement, le droit international se heurte à une double difficulté à l’occasion de la détermination des compétences des Etats en la matière : il se doit de prendre en considération la nature particulière du patrimoine culturel, c’est-à-dire sa dimension humaine intrinsèque, d’une part, et le rattachement de ses différentes composantes à tel ou tel groupe humain, voire à tel ou tel espace, d’autre part.

Aussi la détermination des compétences étatiques à l’égard du patrimoine culturel constitue-t-elle une opération à la fois cruciale et délicate. Nombreux sont les enjeux qui s’y attachent, tant en matière d’efficacité de la protection que de mise en valeur des identités humaines et de respect des droits de l’homme, ou encore d’attribution d’un élément du patrimoine culturel à un peuple, un territoire ou un Etat particulier.

La recherche des règles de droit positif ou en formation en la matière conduit à mettre en évidence un principe, celui du recours à la compétence classique de l’Etat territorial. Inadapté à bien des égards, le titre territorial présente l’avantage d’une apparente simplicité, et permet d’assurer la protection de la plupart des éléments du patrimoine culturel. Des titres complémentaires, non territoriaux, se multiplient par ailleurs.Ils tendent à réajuster la définition voire l’articulation des compétences étatiques pour les faire davantage concorder avec la nature et les besoins de leur objet. La singularité du patrimoine culturel est alors prise en considération de manière croissante par le droit international, qui propose un ordonnancement modulable des compétences étatiques et subordonne l’ensemble du régime juridique à la nécessité de préserver au mieux l’essence comme l’apparence de ces objets à forte dimension symbolique et humaine.

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Approches américaines du droit international: Entre unité et diversité

(Pedone 2011)

Lucie Delabie

Les débats contemporains sur le droit international révèlent de fortes divergences de vues entre juristes européens et américains. À quoi tiennent de telles oppositions ? En quoi la lecture du droit international aux États-Unis est-elle différente de celle proposée en Europe ? C’est à ces questions qu’entend répondre la présente étude. L’objet est de montrer qu’il existe une approche proprement américaine de la discipline, dont les origines remontent à la fin du XVIIIe siècle. L’analyse des méthodes et des points de vue développés par les membres de la doctrine américaine depuis cette époque montre leur intérêt profond pour l’étude des aspects concrets du droit international et de ses rapports avec la prise de décision politique. Fondée sur le réalisme, cette approche conduit la plupart d’entre eux à faire une lecture instrumentale du droit international. En insistant sur la flexibilité des normes juridiques, en utilisant des méthodes d’analyse issues de la science politique ou de l’économie et en privilégiant le rapprochement entre les ordres juridiques interne et international, les juristes américains relativisent alors l’image du droit international comme une science autonome.

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Globale Verrechtlichung: Global Governance und die Konstitutionalisierung des internationalen Rechts

(Nomos 2011)

Florian Pfeil

Völkerrecht und die Praxis internationaler Politik stehen in einem schwierigen Verhältnis zueinander. Doch wie hat sich dieses Verhältnis bisher entwickelt und welchen Stellenwert hat das Völkerrecht heute in den internationalen Beziehungen? Dieser Frage widmet sich der Autor in diesem Band und untersucht das Phänomen der globalen Verrechtlichung.

Grundlage dafür bildet eine an langfristigen Prozessmustern interessierte historisch-soziologische Herangehensweise. Dabei wird dargestellt, welche Rolle das internationale Recht im Rahmen von Global Governance spielt, welche empirischen Entwicklungstendenzen im Laufe der Zeit seine Bedeutung haben wachsen lassen und welche gegenläufigen Tendenzen dem entgegengewirkt haben. Die Befunde zeigen, dass die globale Verrechtlichung in verschiedenen Politikbereichen erstaunlich weit fortgeschritten ist – teilweise so weit, dass die Rede von einer „Konstitutionalisierung“, im Sinne der Herausbildung eines Weltverfassungsrechts, durchaus treffend ist. Dem stehen insbesondere im Politikfeld der Sicherheitspolitik gefährliche entrechtlichende Tendenzen gegenüber.

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EU External Relations Law
(Oxford Univ. Press)

Piet Eeckhout

A new edition of the leading treatise on EU external relations law, this book examines the external actions of the EU. It explains what external competences the EU has, how it makes use of those competences, and how the EU interacts with international law. It is an indispensible guide to academics, practitioners, and students working in this area.

Hardback | 624 pages
£95.00 | May 2011 | 978-0-19-960663-4

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The Legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
(Oxford Univ. Press)

Edited by The late Bert Swart, Alexander Zahar, and Göran Sluiter

The most prolific international criminal court to date, the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia had a broad impact on international law, human rights, the creation of the International Criminal Court, and the rule of law in the former Yugoslavia. In this book a group of leading experts take stock of its performance and legacy.

Hardback | 584 pages
£95.00 | 19 May 2011 | 978-0-19-957341-7

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Interpreting the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
(Oxford Univ. Press)

Daniel H. Joyner

The 1968 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty is one of the most controversial instruments in international law, provoking fierce debate as to its interpretation. This book argues that countries with nuclear weapons misrepresent the Treaty to prevent other states from developing peaceful nuclear energy, holding back nuclear disarmament in the process.

Hardback | 200 pages
£50.00 | May 2011 | 978-0-19-922735-8

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European and International Media Law: Liberal Democracy, Trade, and the New Media
(Oxford Univ. Press)

Perry Keller

European and International Media Law considers the rapidly changing relationship between the media and the liberal democratic state. It explores key contemporary media issues and captures the extraordinary impact of the liberal media model on European and international law as well as exploring its profound weaknesses.

Hardback | 536 pages
£60.00 | 12 May 2011 | 978-0-19-826855-0

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Cases and Materials on International Law
(Oxford Univ. Press)

Martin Dixon, Robert McCorquodale, and Sarah Williams

The fifth edition of Cases and Materials on International Law is a topical and engaging companion for study; placing international law directly in the context of contemporary debate. Dixon, McCorquodale & Williams offers broad coverage of international law, and is an appropriate match for a range of courses and teaching styles.

Paperback | 768 pages
£35.99 | May 2011 | 978-0-19-956271-8

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Carbon Trading Law and Practice
(Oxford Univ. Press)

Scott Deatherage

In Carbon Trading Law and Practice, author Scott D. Deatherage provides practitioners with a comprehensive practical guide to the US and international practice of carbon emissions trading. The book includes a comprehensive examination of climate change, emissions trading, international and EU law, other reduction programs, carbon credit financing, and the US regulatory regime for emissions trading.

Paperback | 448 pages
£110.00 | 5 May 2011 | 978-0-19-973221-0

III. Journals

PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW eJOURNAL

Vol. 6, No. 77: May 25, 2011

Law of the Land, Law of the Sea: The Lost Link Between Customary International Law and The General Maritime Law

David J. Bederman, Emory University School of Law

 

Comity of Errors: The Overemphasis of Plaintiff Citizenship in Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act ‘Takings Exception’ Jurisprudence

Todd Grabarsky, Cardozo Law Review, Yeshiva University – Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

 

The Economics of Informal International Law – An Empirical Assessment

Stefan Voigt, Institute of Law & Economics, CESifo (Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute for Economic Research)

 

Hybrid Foreign Entities, Uncertain Domestic Categories: Treaty Interpretation Beyond Familiar Boundaries

Matias Milet, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, University of Toronto, Faculty of Law

 

The New Services PE Provision of the Canada-US Tax Treaty

Marsha L. Reid, Deloitte & Touche, LLP

 

EU Criminal Law and the Treaty of Lisbon – Where Shall We Go Now?

Alexandra Horvathova, Central European University (CEU)

 

Traditional Institutions and Governance in Modern African Democracies

Paolo Galizzi, Fordham Law School
Ernest K. Abotsi, affiliation not provided to SSRN

 

Cave Principia Generalia! Two Problems with International Criminal Law’s General Part

Daniel Sheppard, Osgoode Hall Law School

 

The Briand-Kellogg Pact of 1928

Jörg Kammerhofer, University of Freiburg – Faculty of Law

 

Back to Square One – the Past, the Present and the Future of the Simmenthal Mandate

Sinisa Rodin, University of Zagreb – School of Law

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PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW eJOURNAL

Vol. 6, No. 76: May 24, 2011

Rule Selection in the Case of Israel’s Naval Blockade of Gaza: Law of Naval Warfare or Law of the Sea?

James Kraska, U.S. Naval War College, Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI), Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution – Marine Policy Center, International Institute for Humanitarian Law, Loyola University of Chicago – Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society (IUS)

 

Acquiescence, Objection and the Death of Customary International Law

David J. Bederman, Emory University School of Law

 

Where is Asia? When is Asia? Theorizing Comparative Law and International Law

Teemu Ruskola, Emory University School of Law

 

International Competition Enforcement Law between Cooperation and Convergence

Jörg Philipp Terhechte, University of Hamburg

 

Information Warfare and Civilian Populations: How the Law of War Addresses a Fear of the Unknown

Lucian E. Dervan, Southern Illinois University School of Law

 

Transnational Law: An Essay in Definition with a Polemic Addendum

Allen Mendenhall, Auburn University, Temple University, West Virginia University, Furman University

 

Interpretation of International Agreements on Social Security from the Perspective of ‘Relocation’, ‘Temporary Residence’ and ‘Permanent Residence’

Alexander J. Belohlavek, affiliation not provided to SSRN

 

Who is the Referee? Access to Justice in a Globalised Legal Order: A Case Analysis of ECJ Judgment C-240/09 Lesoochranárske Zoskupenie of 8 March 2011

Jan H. Jans, University of Groningen – Department of Administrative Law and Public Administration, Faculty of Law

Reasonable Pluralism and International Law

John Linarelli, University of La Verne College of Law

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PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW eJOURNAL

Vol. 6, No. 75: May 23, 2011

Privileging Asymmetric Warfare (Part ll)?: The ‘Proportionality’ Principle Under International Humanitarian Law

Samuel Estreicher, New York University Law School

 

Finding International Law, Part II: Our Fragmenting Legal Community

Harlan Grant Cohen, University of Georgia School of Law

 

A Constitutional Tribute to Global Governance: Overcoming the Chimera of the Developing-Developed Country Dichotomy

Rostam Josef Neuwirth, University of Macau – Faculty of Law

 

R2P and Natural Disasters

Joanna Harrington, University of Alberta – Faculty of Law

 

Eradicating World Poverty: Microfinancing for Development

Samantha Levokove, affiliation not provided to SSRN

 

The Transnational Illegal Market of Trafficking in Human Beings – Actors and Discourses: A Transatlantic Comparison

Jürgen Nautz, University of Vienna
Euridice Marquez, University of Vienna

 

The U.S. Practice of Collateral Damage Estimation and Mitigation

Gregory S. McNeal, Pepperdine University School of Law

 

Review of C.P.R. Romano’s Edited Volume, the United States and International Courts and Tribunals

David J. Bederman, Emory University School of Law

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LAW & SOCIETY: INTERNATIONAL & COMPARATIVE LAW eJOURNAL

Vol. 6, No. 59: May 25, 2011

CHRISTIANA OCHOA, EDITOR

The IFC’s New Africa, Latin America, and Caribbean Fund: Its Worrisome Start, and How to Fix it

Christiana Ochoa, Indiana University Maurer School of Law
Patrick James Keenan, University of Illinois College of Law

 

Mexico: A Liberalisation Leader?

Raymond E. Robertson, Macalester College – Department of Economics

 

Duration of Copyright: UK, USA & India: A Comparative Study

Tabrez Ahmad, KIIT University – KIIT Law School
Rajasmita Das, affiliation not provided to SSRN
Rajasmita Das, KIIT University, KIIT Law School

 

The Sacred Law and Anarchism: Reality and Fiction

Sirus Kashefi, Osgoode Hall Law School – York University

 

The ICSID Effect? Considering Potential Variations in Arbitration Awards

Susan D. Franck, Washington and Lee University – School of Law

 

Codification and the Constitution of Cádiz

Matthew C. Mirow, Florida International University (FIU) – College of Law

 

Torture as a Lesser Evil? Governing Security in Times of Terrorist Emergencies

Jean-Marc Piret, Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) – Erasmus School of Law

 

Francisco De Vitoria and Alberico Gentili on the Legal Character of the Global Commonwealth

Andreas Wagner, Goethe University Frankfurt, Cluster of Excellence “The Formation of Normative Orders”

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LAW & SOCIETY: INTERNATIONAL & COMPARATIVE LAW eJOURNAL

Vol. 6, No. 58: May 24, 2011

CHRISTIANA OCHOA, EDITOR

Towards a Synthesis between Islamic and Western Jus in Bello

Jacob Turner, affiliation not provided to SSRN

 

Advent of Intellectual Property Rights in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Pallavi Mahajan, affiliation not provided to SSRN

 

Human Rights and Illicit Trade in Cultural Objects

Ana Filipa Vrdoljak, University of Western Australia – Faculty of Law

 

Deliver Us from Evil? – The Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 50 Years On

Rick Lines, International Centre on Human Rights and Drug Policy

 

Executive Authority, Adaptive Treaty Interpretation, and the International Boundary and Water Commission, U.S.-Mexico

Robert John McCarthy, affiliation not provided to SSRN

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LAW & SOCIETY: INTERNATIONAL & COMPARATIVE LAW eJOURNAL

Vol. 6, No. 57: May 23, 2011

CHRISTIANA OCHOA, EDITOR

War Crimes and Misdemeanors: Understanding ‘Zero-Tolerance’ Policing as a Form of Collective Punishment and Human Rights Violation

M. Chris Fabricant, Pace University – School of Law

 

Finding Home in the World: A Deontological Theory of the Right to Be Adopted

Paulo Barrozo, Boston College Law School

 

Plagues, Pandemics, and Patents: Legality and Morality

A. Samuel Oddi, University of Akron – School of Law

 

From Lex Mercatoria to Online Dispute Resolution: Lessons from History in Building Cross-Border Redress Systems

Scott Cooper, affiliation not provided to SSRN
Colin Rule, affiliation not provided to SSRN
Louis F. Del Duca, The Pennsylvania State University

 

Genocide and Restitution: Ensuring Each Group’s Contribution to Humanity

Ana Filipa Vrdoljak, University of Western Australia – Faculty of Law

 

Australia’s Move to the Plain Packaging of Cigarettes and its WTO Compatibility

Andrew D. Mitchell, Melbourne Law School, Georgetown University Law Center

 

Torture in the Eyes of the Beholder: The Psychological Difficulty of Defining Torture in Law and Policy

Mary-Hunter McDonnell, Northwestern University – Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University School of Law
Loran Nordgren, Northwestern University – Department of Management & Organizations
George F. Loewenstein, Carnegie Mellon University – Department of Social and Decision Sciences

 

Contingent Trade Policy and Economic Efficiency

Phillip McCalman, University of California, Santa Cruz – Department of Economics
Frank Staehler, University of Würzburg – Department of Economics, CESifo (Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute for Economic Research)
Gerald Willmann, Catholic University of Leuven (KUL), CESifo (Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute for Economic Research)

 

Now I.T.’s Personal: Offshoring and the Shifting Skill Composition of the US Information Technology Workforce

Prasanna Tambe, New York University – Stern School of Business
Lorin M. Hitt, University of Pennsylvania – The Wharton School

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INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW eJOURNAL

Vol. 3, No. 22: May 25, 2011

DAVID D. CARON & TSEMING YANG, EDS.

Climate Justice: Making Sand Castles as the Tide Comes In

Elizabeth Burleson, Florida State University College of Law, London School of Economics

 

Analysis of Cookstove Change-Out Projects Seeking Carbon Credits

Prentiss Cox, University of Minnesota Law School

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INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW eJOURNAL

Vol. 6, No. 46, May 25, 2011

ALAN O’NEIL SYKES, EDITOR

Leaning Towards a More Liberal Stance? – An Evaluation of Substantive Protection Provisions Under the New ASEAN-China Investment Agreement in Light of Chinese BIT Jurisprudence

Wei Shen, affiliation not provided to SSRN

 

Comparing WTO Panelists and ICSID Arbitrators: The Creation of International Legal Fields

Jose Augusto Fontoura Costa, affiliation not provided to SSRN

 

Reform at the Top: What’s Next for the WTO? A Second Life? A Socio-Political Analysis

Daniel Drache, York University – Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies

 

From the Green Room to the Court Room (and Back): Judicial Clarification of Ambiguity in WTO Law and the Effects on Subsequent Negotiations

James Flett, affiliation not provided to SSRN

 

Contributions and Limitations of Empirical Research on Independence and Impartiality in International Investment Arbitration

Gus Van Harten, York University – Osgoode Hall Law School

 

Corporations and the Uses of Law: International Investment Arbitration as a ‘Multilateral Legal Order’

Peter Muchlinski, University of London – School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)

……

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW eJOURNAL

Vol. 6, No. 45, May 24, 2011

ALAN O’NEIL SYKES, EDITOR

Signaling Environmental Stewardship in Corrupt Societies: The Case of ISO 14001

Daniel Berliner, University of Washington, Seattle
Aseem Prakash, University of Washington – Department of Political Science

 

Law Applicable to the Merits of the Dispute Submitted to Arbitration in the Absence of the Choice of Law by the Parties (Remarks on Polish Law)

Mateusz J. Pilich, Institute of International Law, University of Warsaw

 

Is Safe Safe Now? – Foreign Exchange Regulatory Control Over Chinese Outbound and Inbound Investments and a Political Economy Analysis of Policies

Wei Shen, affiliation not provided to SSRN

 

China’s Economic Rise and Regional Trade

Rafael Leal-Arcas, Queen Mary University of London – School of Law

 

WTO Law and Risk Factors for Non-Communicable Diseases: A Complex Relationship

Tania Voon, Melbourne Law School

 

Litigation Parallelisms: A Comment on Parallel Proceedings and Anti-Suit Injunctions Spanning the Parallels and Meridians

Ryan M. Vassar, South Texas College of Law

……

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW eJOURNAL

Vol. 6, No. 44, May 23, 2011

ALAN O’NEIL SYKES, EDITOR

The IFC’s New Africa, Latin America, and Caribbean Fund: Its Worrisome Start, and How to Fix it

Christiana Ochoa, Indiana University Maurer School of Law
Patrick James Keenan, University of Illinois College of Law

 

Trade Liberalisation in Asia: Why Intra-Asian Free Trade Agreements are Not Utilised by the Business Community

Bryan Christopher Mercurio, Chinese University of Hong Kong – Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales – Faculty of Law

 

The Duty to Settle in WTO Dispute Settlement

Chios C. Carmody, University of Western Ontario – Faculty of Law

 

Pushing the Limits of Global Governance: Trading Rights, Censorship, and WTO Jurisprudence – A Commentary on the China-Publications Case

Julia Ya Qin, Wayne State University Law School

 

Reconstructing an International Organization: A Paradigm Shift in the World Trade Organization

Sungjoon Cho, Chicago Kent College of Law

 

The Role of the International Trade Regime in Global Governance

Simon Lester, affiliation not provided to SSRN

……

HUMAN RIGHTS & THE GLOBAL ECONOMY eJOURNAL

Vol. 5, No. 43, May 24, 2011

Hope Lewis, Wendy E. Parmet & Rashmi Dyal-Chand, eds.

Ireland & the UK in the European Union and European Convention on Human Rights: A Tale of Two Island Legal Systems?

Cian C. Murphy, King’s College London – School of Law

 

Torture as a Lesser Evil? Governing Security in Times of Terrorist Emergencies

Jean-Marc Piret, Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) – Erasmus School of Law

 

Exercising Freedom of Speech Behind the Great Firewall: A Study of Judges’ and Lawyers’ Blogs in China

Anne Sy Cheung, University of Hong Kong – Faculty of Law

……

HUMAN RIGHTS & THE GLOBAL ECONOMY eJOURNAL

Vol. 5, No. 42, May 23, 2011

Hope Lewis, Wendy E. Parmet & Rashmi Dyal-Chand, eds.

The D.C. Circuit After Boumediene

Stephen I. Vladeck, American University – Washington College of Law

 

The Impact of Human Rights Law on Contract Law in Europe

Hugh Collins, London School of Economics – Law Department

 

The Legality Principle and the Constitution of Cádiz

Matthew C. Mirow, Florida International University (FIU) – College of Law

 

Assessing the African Union Concerns about Article 16 of the Rome State of the International Criminal Court

Charles C. Jalloh, University of Pittsburgh – School of Law
Dapo Akande, University of Oxford – Faculty of Law
Max du Plessis, Institute for Security Studies (ISS), University of KwaZulu-Natal – Faculty of Law

 

The IFC’s New Africa, Latin America, and Caribbean Fund: Its Worrisome Start, and How to Fix it

Christiana Ochoa, Indiana University Maurer School of Law
Patrick James Keenan, University of Illinois College of Law

 

Finding International Law, Part II: Our Fragmenting Legal Community

Harlan Grant Cohen, University of Georgia School of Law

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INTERNATIONAL, TRANSNATIONAL & COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL LAW eJOURNAL

Vol. 5, No. 24: May 25, 2011

DIANE MARIE AMANN, EDITOR

The Legality Principle and the Constitution of Cádiz

Matthew C. Mirow, Florida International University (FIU) – College of Law

 

Police Cooperation Across the Irish Border: Familiarity Breeding Contempt for Transparency and Accountability

Dermot P.J. Walsh, affiliation not provided to SSRN

 

The Transnational Illegal Market of Trafficking in Human Beings – Actors and Discourses: A Transatlantic Comparison

Jürgen Nautz, University of Vienna
Euridice Marquez, University of Vienna

 

Information Warfare and Civilian Populations: How the Law of War Addresses a Fear of the Unknown

Lucian E. Dervan, Southern Illinois University School of Law

 

Ignoring the Law in the Name of Honor

Gabriel Hallevy, Ono Academic College, Faculty of Law

 

EU Criminal Law and the Treaty of Lisbon – Where Shall We Go Now?

Alexandra Horvathova, Central European University (CEU)

……

Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies

(Vol. 1, no. 2, December 2010)

  • Edwin Odhiambo Abuya & Charles Ikobe, Wasted Lives: Internally Displaced Persons Living in Camps in Kenya
  • Kirill Koroteev, Legal Remedies for Human Rights Violations in the Armed Conflict in Chechnya: The Approach of the European Court of Human Rights in Context
  • Jonathan Horowitz, Human Rights, Positive Obligations, and Armed Conflict: Implementing the Right to Education in Occupied Territories
  • Pablo Antonio Fernández-Sánchez, The Interplay Between International Humanitarian Law and Refugee Law
  • Kate Mackintosh, Reclaiming Protection as a Humanitarian Goal: Fodder for the Faint-Hearted Aid-Worker

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IGENTA International Law Research Database

(May 24, 2011)

Record 1.

TI: Microstates in Negotiations beyond the Nation-State: Malta, Cyprus and Luxembourg as Active and Successful Policy Shapers?

AU: Panke, Diana

JN: International Negotiation

PD: 2011

VO: 16

NO: 2

PG: 297-317(21)

PB: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

IS: 1382-340X

Record 2.

TI: Recording and Identifying European Frontier Deaths

AU: Grant, Stefanie

JN: European Journal of Migration and Law

PD: 2011

VO: 13

NO: 2

PG: 135-156(22)

PB: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

IS: 1388-364X

Record 3.

TI: Language and Knowledge Tests for Permanent Residence Rights: Help or Hindrance for Integration?

AU: Bocker, Anita; Strik, Tineke

JN: European Journal of Migration and Law

PD: 2011

VO: 13

NO: 2

PG: 157-184(28)

PB: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

Record 4.

TI: International Judges and Experts Impartiality and the Problem of Past Declarations

AU: Megret, Frederic

JN: The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals

PD: 2011

VO: 10

NO: 1

PG: 31-66(36)

PB: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

IS: 1569-1853

Record 5.

TI: Status of Forces Deployed on UN Peacekeeping Operations: Jurisdictional Immunity

AU: Burke, Risn

JN: Journal of Conflict and Security Law

PD: 21 January 2011

VO: 16

NO: 1

PG: 63-104(42)

PB: Oxford University Press

IS: 1467-7954

Record 6.

TI: Credible Fact-Finding and Allegations of International Humanitarian Law Violations: Challenges in Theory and Practice

AU: Boutruche, Tho

JN: Journal of Conflict and Security Law

PD: 21 January 2011

VO: 16

NO: 1

PG: 105-140(36)

PB: Oxford University Press

IS: 1467-7954

Record 7.

TI: The Conflict in Colombia and the Relationship between Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law in Practice: Analysis of the New Operational Law of the Colombian Armed Forces

AU: von der Groeben, Constantin

JN: Journal of Conflict and Security Law

PD: 21 January 2011

VO: 16

NO: 1

PG: 141-164(24)

PB: Oxford University Press

IS: 1467-7954

Record 8.

TI: Local Ownership of Post-Conflict Reconstruction in International Law: The Initiation of International Involvement

AU: Saul, Matthew

JN: Journal of Conflict and Security Law

PD: 21 January 2011

VO: 16

NO: 1

PG: 165-206(42)

PB: Oxford University Press

IS: 1467-7954

Record 9.

TI: Assessing the African Union Concerns about Article 16 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court

AU: Jalloh, Charles C.; Akande, Dapo; du Plessis, Max

JN: African Journal of Legal Studies

PD: 2011

VO: 4

NO: 1

PG: 5-50(46)

PB: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

IS: 2210-9730

Record 10.

TI: Full Text

AU: Ho, Cynthia

JN: Access to Medicine in the Global Economy

PD: 22 February 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: i-410(411)

PB: Oxford University Press

Record 11.

TI: I. Background

AU: Ho, Cynthia

JN: Access to Medicine in the Global Economy

PD: 22 February 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 1-3(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7834045/2011/00000001/00000001/art00001

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Record 12.

TI: II. The Current Framework

AU: Ho, Cynthia

JN: Access to Medicine in the Global Economy

PD: 22 February 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 53-55(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7834045/2011/00000001/00000001/art00004

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Record 13.

TI: III. The Evolving Framework

AU: Ho, Cynthia

JN: Access to Medicine in the Global Economy

PD: 22 February 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 221-223(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7834045/2011/00000001/00000001/art00010

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Record 14.

TI: 11. A History of Access to Medicine through the Lens of Patent Perspectives

AU: Ho, Cynthia M.

JN: Access to Medicine in the Global Economy

PD: 22 February 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 325-355(31)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7834045/2011/00000001/00000001/art00014

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Record 15.

TI: 8. Rule of Law

AU: Toal, Gerard; Dahlman, Carl T.

JN: Bosnia Remade

PD: 12 January 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 228-256(29)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7922684/2011/00000001/00000001/art00009

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Record 16.

TI: 5. Responses to Threats

AU: Orakhelashvili, Alexander

JN: Collective Security

PD: 31 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 188-277(90)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7896680/2011/00000001/00000001/art00006

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Record 17.

TI: Full Text

AU: Ponzio, Richard J.

JN: Democratic Peacebuilding

PD: 1 February 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: i-298(299)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7781226/2011/00000001/00000001/art00000

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Record 18.

TI: Introduction

AU: Ponzio, Richard J.

JN: Democratic Peacebuilding

PD: 1 February 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 1-29(29)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7781226/2011/00000001/00000001/art00001

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Record 19.

TI: Part I. Foundations

AU: Ponzio, Richard J.

JN: Democratic Peacebuilding

PD: 1 February 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 29-31(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7781226/2011/00000001/00000001/art00002

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Record 20.

TI: 1. Analytical Tools to Understand and Evaluate Democratic Authority and Rule of Law Institutionalization after War

AU: Ponzio, Richard J.

JN: Democratic Peacebuilding

PD: 1 February 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 31-69(39)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7781226/2011/00000001/00000001/art00003

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Record 21.

TI: 2. International Peacebuilding through Democracy and Rule of Law Promotion: From the Cold Wars End to the Peacebuilding Commission

AU: Ponzio, Richard J.

JN: Democratic Peacebuilding

PD: 1 February 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 69-109(41)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7781226/2011/00000001/00000001/art00004

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Record 22.

TI: Part II. Democratic Peacebuilding in Practice in Afghanistan

AU: Ponzio, Richard J.

JN: Democratic Peacebuilding

PD: 1 February 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 109-111(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7781226/2011/00000001/00000001/art00005

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Record 23.

TI: 3. Implementing the Bonn Agreement for Afghanistan, 2001 to 2005

AU: Ponzio, Richard J.

JN: Democratic Peacebuilding

PD: 1 February 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 111-156(46)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7781226/2011/00000001/00000001/art00006

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Record 24.

TI: 4. Democratic Authority and Rule of Law Formation in Afghanistan during and after the Bonn Agreement Period

AU: Ponzio, Richard J.

JN: Democratic Peacebuilding

PD: 1 February 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 156-203(48)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7781226/2011/00000001/00000001/art00007

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Record 25.

TI: Part III. The Future of Democratic Peacebuilding

AU: Ponzio, Richard J.

JN: Democratic Peacebuilding

PD: 1 February 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 203-205(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7781226/2011/00000001/00000001/art00008

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Record 26.

TI: Full Text

AU: Tzanakopoulos, Antonios

JN: Disobeying the Security Council

PD: 20 January 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: i-243(244)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7786187/2011/00000001/00000001/art00000

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Record 27.

TI: Part I. The Engagement of Responsibility

AU: Tzanakopoulos, Antonios

JN: Disobeying the Security Council

PD: 20 January 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 15-17(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7786187/2011/00000001/00000001/art00002

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Record 28.

TI: 2. Attribution of Conduct to the United Nations

AU: Tzanakopoulos, Antonios

JN: Disobeying the Security Council

PD: 20 January 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 17-54(38)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7786187/2011/00000001/00000001/art00003

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Record 29.

TI: 3. The Element of Breach: Sources of Obligations Incumbent upon the United Nations

AU: Tzanakopoulos, Antonios

JN: Disobeying the Security Council

PD: 20 January 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 54-85(32)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7786187/2011/00000001/00000001/art00004

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Record 30.

TI: Part II. The Determination of Responsibility

AU: Tzanakopoulos, Antonios

JN: Disobeying the Security Council

PD: 20 January 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 85-87(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7786187/2011/00000001/00000001/art00005

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Record 31.

TI: 5. Determination by States

AU: Tzanakopoulos, Antonios

JN: Disobeying the Security Council

PD: 20 January 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 112-137(26)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7786187/2011/00000001/00000001/art00007

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Record 32.

TI: PART III. THE CONSEQUENCES OF RESPONSIBILITY

AU: Tzanakopoulos, Antonios

JN: Disobeying the Security Council

PD: 20 January 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 137-141(5)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7786187/2011/00000001/00000001/art00008

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Record 33.

TI: Full Text

AU: Kutnjak Ivkovich, Sanja; Hagan, John

JN: Reclaiming Justice

PD: 18 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 6

PG: i-189(190)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7743139/2011/00000001/00000001/art00000

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Record 34.

TI: 3. Ethnicity and the Legitimacy of the ICTY

AU: Ivkovic, Sanja Kutnjak; Hagan, John

JN: Reclaiming Justice

PD: 18 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 6

PG: 52-84(33)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7743139/2011/00000001/00000001/art00003

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Record 35.

TI: Full Text

AU: Banchoff, Thomas; Wuthnow, Robert

JN: Religion and the Global Politics of Human Rights

PD: 4 May 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: i-324(325)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7909210/2011/00000001/00000001/art00000

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Record 36.

TI: Part I. Islam and the Global Politics of Human Rights

AU: Banchoff, Thomas; Wuthnow, Robert

JN: Religion and the Global Politics of Human Rights

PD: 4 May 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 36-39(4)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7909210/2011/00000001/00000001/art00003

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Record 37.

TI: Part II. Three Regions: Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Southeast Asia

AU: Banchoff, Thomas; Wuthnow, Robert

JN: Religion and the Global Politics of Human Rights

PD: 4 May 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 99-101(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7909210/2011/00000001/00000001/art00006

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Record 38.

TI: Part III. Four Key Countries: India, China, Russia, and the United States

AU: Banchoff, Thomas; Wuthnow, Robert

JN: Religion and the Global Politics of Human Rights

PD: 4 May 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 191-193(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7909210/2011/00000001/00000001/art00010

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Record 39.

TI: Full Text

AU: Waligora-Davis, Nicole A.

JN: Sanctuary

PD: 8 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 6

PG: i-218(219)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7687244/2011/00000001/00000001/art00000

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Record 40.

TI: 1. Exile

AU: Waligora-Davis, Nicole A.

JN: Sanctuary

PD: 8 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 6

PG: 3-22(20)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7687244/2011/00000001/00000001/art00001

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Record 41.

TI: Epilogue: Requiem

AU: Waligora-Davis, Nicole A.

JN: Sanctuary

PD: 8 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 6

PG: 135-218(84)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7687244/2011/00000001/00000001/art00006

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Record 42.

TI: Full Text

AU: Alvarez, Jose E.; Sauvant, Karl P.; Ahmed, Kamil Girard; Vizcaino, Gabriela P.

JN: The Evolving International Investment Regime

PD: 13 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: i-253(254)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7808605/2011/00000001/00000001/art00000

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Record 43.

TI: Part One. Stakeholder Expectations in the International Investment Regime

AU: Alvarez, Jose E.; Sauvant, Karl P.; Ahmed, Kamil Girard; Vizcaino, Gabriela P.

JN: The Evolving International Investment Regime

PD: 13 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: lii-3(4)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7808605/2011/00000001/00000001/art00003

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Record 44.

TI: 1.1. What Do Developing Countries Expect from the International Investment Regime?

AU: Echandi, Roberto

JN: The Evolving International Investment Regime

PD: 13 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 3-22(20)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7808605/2011/00000001/00000001/art00004

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Record 45.

TI: 1.2. Civil Society Perspectives: What Do Key Stakeholders Expect from the International Investment Regime?

AU: Mann, Howard

JN: The Evolving International Investment Regime

PD: 13 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 22-30(9)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7808605/2011/00000001/00000001/art00005

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Record 46.

TI: 1.4. On the Perceived Inconsistency in Investor-State Jurisprudence

AU: Alexandrov, Stanimir A.

JN: The Evolving International Investment Regime

PD: 13 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 60-70(11)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7808605/2011/00000001/00000001/art00007

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Record 47.

TI: Part Two. Reforming the FDI Regime: Avenues to Consider

AU: Alvarez, Jose E.; Sauvant, Karl P.; Ahmed, Kamil Girard; Vizcaino, Gabriela P.

JN: The Evolving International Investment Regime

PD: 13 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 70-73(4)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7808605/2011/00000001/00000001/art00008

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Record 48.

TI: 2.4. Challenges and Prospects Facing the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes

AU: Ziade, Nassib G.

JN: The Evolving International Investment Regime

PD: 13 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 120-125(6)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7808605/2011/00000001/00000001/art00012

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Record 49.

TI: 2.6. Multilateral Approaches to Investment: The Way Forward

AU: Geiger, Rainer

JN: The Evolving International Investment Regime

PD: 13 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 153-174(22)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7808605/2011/00000001/00000001/art00014

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Record 50.

TI: 2.7. The Future of International Investment Law: A Balance Between the Protection of Investors and the States Capacity to Regulate

AU: Stern, Brigitte

JN: The Evolving International Investment Regime

PD: 13 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 174-193(20)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7808605/2011/00000001/00000001/art00015

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Record 51.

TI: 2.8. International Investment Rulemaking at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century: Stocktaking and Options for the Way Forward

AU: Zhan, James; Weber, Jorg; Karl, Joachim

JN: The Evolving International Investment Regime

PD: 13 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 193-210(18)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7808605/2011/00000001/00000001/art00016

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Record 52.

TI: Part III. Report of the Rapporteur

AU: Alvarez, Jose E.; Sauvant, Karl P.; Ahmed, Kamil Girard; Vizcaino, Gabriela P.

JN: The Evolving International Investment Regime

PD: 13 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 210-213(4)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7808605/2011/00000001/00000001/art00017

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Record 53.

TI: 3.1. Improving the International Investment Law and Policy System

AU: Bjorklund, Andrea K.

JN: The Evolving International Investment Regime

PD: 13 April 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 213-253(41)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7808605/2011/00000001/00000001/art00018

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Record 54.

TI: Full Text

AU: Fastenrath, Ulrich; Geiger, Rudolf; Khan, Daniel-Erasmus; Paulus, Andreas; von Schorlemer, Sabine; Vedder, Christoph

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: i-1346(1347)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00000

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Record 55.

TI: PART I. BRUNO SIMMA: TEACHER AND JUDGE

AU: Fastenrath, Ulrich; Geiger, Rudolf; Khan, Daniel-Erasmus; Paulus, Andreas; von Schorlemer, Sabine; Vedder, Christoph

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 7-9(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00002

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Record 56.

TI: From Academic to Judge

AU: Higgins, Rosalyn

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 9-15(7)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00003

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Record 57.

TI: Bruno Simma, The Positivist?

AU: Stein, Eric

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 19-32(14)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00005

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Record 58.

TI: PART II. FROM WESTPHALIA TO WORLD COMMUNITY: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES ON INTERNATIONAL LAW

AU: Fastenrath, Ulrich; Geiger, Rudolf; Khan, Daniel-Erasmus; Paulus, Andreas; von Schorlemer, Sabine; Vedder, Christoph

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 37-39(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00007

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Record 59.

TI: The Fight for Inclusion: Non-State Actors and International Law

AU: Bianchi, Andrea

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 39-58(20)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00008

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Record 60.

TI: A Political Theory of Law: Escaping The Aporia of the Debate on the Validity of Legal Argument in Public International Law

AU: Fastenrath, Ulrich

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 58-79(22)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00009

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Record 61.

TI: From Bilateralism to Publicness in International Law

AU: Kingsbury, Benedict; Donaldson, Megan

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 79-90(12)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00010

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Record 62.

TI: Reciprocity Revisited

AU: Paulus, Andreas

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 113-138(26)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00012

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Record 63.

TI: Universal International Laws Grammar

AU: Pulkowski, Dirk

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 138-155(18)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00013

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Record 64.

TI: The World Trade Organization as a Club: Rethinking Reciprocity and Common Interest

AU: Stoll, Peter-Tobias

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 172-184(13)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00015

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Record 65.

TI: Are Nuclear Weapons Really Legal? Thoughts on the Sources of International Law and a Conception of the Law Imperio Rationis Instead of Ratione Imperii

AU: Thurer, Daniel; Zobl, Martin

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 184-199(16)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00016

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Record 66.

TI: PART III. THE INSTITUTIONAL DIMENSION OF COMMUNITY INTERESTS

AU: Fastenrath, Ulrich; Geiger, Rudolf; Khan, Daniel-Erasmus; Paulus, Andreas; von Schorlemer, Sabine; Vedder, Christoph

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 199-201(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00017

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Record 67.

TI: Multi-Stakeholderism in the Development of International Law

AU: Benedek, Wolfgang

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 201-211(11)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00018

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Record 68.

TI: Transnational Democracy

AU: Bryde, Brun-Otto

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 211-224(14)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00019

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Record 69.

TI: Responsibility for Breaches of Communitarian Norms: an Appraisal of Article 48 of the Ilc Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts

AU: Crawford, James

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 224-241(18)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00020

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Record 70.

TI: An Emerging International Public Policy?

AU: Gowlland-Debbas, Vera

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 241-257(17)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00021

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Record 71.

TI: RUNNING IN CIRCLES: REGIONALISM IN WORLD TRADE AND HOW IT WILL LEAD BACK TO MULTILATERALISM

AU: Hilf, Meinhard; Salomon, Tim Rene

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 257-269(13)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00022

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Record 72.

TI: LEGAL CRISIS MANAGEMENT: LAWFULNESS AND LEGITIMACY OF THE USE OF FORCE

AU: Neuhold, Hanspeter

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 278-297(20)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00024

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Record 73.

TI: THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT: SPELLING OUT THE HARD LEGAL CONSEQUENCES FOR THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL AND ITS MEMBERS

AU: Peters, Anne

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 297-326(30)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00025

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Record 74.

TI: THE CONCEPT OF INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

AU: Sreenivasa Rao, Pemmaraju

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 326-339(14)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00026

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Record 75.

TI: ELEMENTS OF SUPRANATIONALITY IN THE LAW OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

AU: Schroeder, Werner; Muller, Andreas Th.

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 358-379(22)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00028

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Record 76.

TI: INDIVIDUAL STATES AS GUARDIANS OF COMMUNITY INTERESTS

AU: Tams, Christian J

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 379-406(28)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00029

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Record 77.

TI: PART IV. PLACING HUMAN RIGHTS CENTRE-STAGE

AU: Fastenrath, Ulrich; Geiger, Rudolf; Khan, Daniel-Erasmus; Paulus, Andreas; von Schorlemer, Sabine; Vedder, Christoph

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 417-419(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00031

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Record 78.

TI: THE SPECIFICITY OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW

AU: Conforti, Benedetto

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 433-443(11)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00033

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Record 79.

TI: FROM HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION TO RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT: MAKING UTOPIA TRUE?

AU: Hilpold, Peter

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 462-477(16)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00035

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Record 80.

TI: HUMAN SECURITY AND INTERNATIONAL LAW

AU: Owada, Hisashi

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 505-521(17)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00038

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Record 81.

TI: RESERVATIONS TO HUMAN RIGHTS TREATIES: NOT AN ABSOLUTE EVIL

AU: Pellet, Alain; Muller, Daniel

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 521-552(32)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00039

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Record 82.

TI: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE RIGHTS OF ALIENS AND IMMIGRANTS

AU: Pisillo Mazzeschi, Riccardo

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 552-574(23)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00040

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Record 83.

TI: SELF-DETERMINATION, HUMAN RIGHTS, AND THE ATTRIBUTION OF TERRITORY

AU: N Shaw, Malcolm

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 590-609(20)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00042

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Record 84.

TI: UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW: A NEW SYSTEM OF INTERNATIONAL LAW WITH SPECIFIC GROUND RULES?

AU: Tomuschat, Christian

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 609-629(21)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00043

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Record 85.

TI: THE OBLIGATION TO PREVENT GENOCIDE: TOWARDS A GENERAL RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT?

AU: Zimmermann, Andreas

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 629-647(19)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00044

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Record 86.

TI: PART V. THE LAW-MAKING FUNCTION: THE PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

AU: Fastenrath, Ulrich; Geiger, Rudolf; Khan, Daniel-Erasmus; Paulus, Andreas; von Schorlemer, Sabine; Vedder, Christoph

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 647-649(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00045

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Record 87.

TI: IS THERE AN AUSTRIAN CONTRIBUTION TO THE CODIFICATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW?

AU: Cede, Franz; Binder, Christina

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 649-665(17)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00046

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Record 88.

TI: A NEW WAY FOR SUBMITTING OBSERVATIONS ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF MULTILATERAL TREATIES TO THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE

AU: Gaja, Giorgio

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 665-673(9)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00047

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Record 89.

TI: CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW IN THE JURISPRUDENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL

AU: H Geiger, Rudolf

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 673-695(23)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00048

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Record 90.

TI: BUSINESS ENTERPRISES IN PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW: THE CASE FOR AN INTERNATIONAL CODE ON CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY

AU: Heinemann, Andreas

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 718-736(19)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00050

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Record 91.

TI: THE FUNCTION OF LAW AND THE CODIFICATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW IN A CHANGING WORLD

AU: Kamto, Maurice

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 736-754(19)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00051

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Record 92.

TI: BILATERALISM AND COMMUNITY IN TREATY LAW AND PRACTICEOF WARRIORS, WORKERS, AND (HOOK-)WORMS

AU: Keith, Kenneth

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 754-768(15)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00052

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Record 93.

TI: THE COMMUNITY INTEREST IN THE LAW OF TREATIES: AMBIVALENT CONCEPTIONS

AU: Klabbers, Jan

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 768-781(14)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00053

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Record 94.

TI: THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION FACING THE SECOND DECADE OF THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

AU: Nolte, Georg

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 781-793(13)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00054

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Record 95.

TI: INTERNATIONAL LAW NEEDS DEVELOPMENT. BUT WHERE TO?

AU: Zemanek, Karl

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 793-807(15)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00055

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Record 96.

TI: PART VI. THE JUDICIAL FUNCTION: BALANCING INDIVIDUAL AND COMMUNITY INTEREST

AU: Fastenrath, Ulrich; Geiger, Rudolf; Khan, Daniel-Erasmus; Paulus, Andreas; von Schorlemer, Sabine; Vedder, Christoph

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 807-809(3)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00056

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Record 97.

TI: THE JUDGE AS LAW-MAKER: THOUGHTS ON BRUNO SIMMAS DECLARATION IN THE KOSOVO OPINION

AU: Bogdandy, Armin von; Jacob, Marc

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 809-825(17)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00057

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Record 98.

TI: OF RIGHTS AND REMEDIES: SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY AND FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS

AU: Cannizzaro, Enzo; I Bonafe, Beatrice

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 825-843(19)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00058

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Record 99.

TI: JUDGE SIMMAS SEPARATE OPINION IN THE OIL PLATFORMS CASE: TO WHAT EXTENT ARE ARMED PROPORTIONATE DEFENSIVE MEASURES ADMISSIBLE IN CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL LAW?

AU: Corten, Olivier

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 843-862(20)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00059

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Record 100.

TI: COMPETITION AMONG INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNALS AND THE AUTHORITY OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE

AU: Dupuy, Pierre-Marie

JN: From Bilateralism to Community Interest

PD: 17 March 2011

VO: 1

NO: 9

PG: 862-877(16)

PB: Oxford University Press

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/oso/7840905/2011/00000001/00000001/art00060

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IV. Blogs/reviews/comment (select items)

Deborah Pearlstein, Summer Must-Reads for Those Keeping Up on Detainee Affairs, Opinio Juris (May 25, 2011)

Roger Alford, Cisco Accused of Helping China Track Dissidents, Opinio Juris (May 25, 2011)

Narayan Subramanian, Day 3: Threatened Island Nation Conference, Climate Law Blog (May 25, 2011)

Gregory Adams, Clinton Preaches Development – Are Rich Countries Listening?, AlertNet Blogs (May 25, 2011)

Erika de Wet, Debating Disobeying the Security Council – Is it a Matter of ‘A Rose By Any Other Name Would Smell as Swee”?, EJIL: Talk! (May 25, 2011)

William Overholt, The IMF Needs an Asian Leader, East Asia Forum (May 25, 2011)

Antoine Buyse, The Court and Changes at the Domestic Level, ECHR Blog (May 25, 2011)

Maria Roche, Closing an Escape Hatch for Foreign Criminals?, UK Human Rights Blog (May 25, 2011)

Narayan Subramanian, Day 2: Threatened Island Nation Conference, Climate Law Blog (May 24, 2011)

Diane Marie Amman, SG Confesses 1 Detention Error, IntLawGrrls (May 24, 2011)

Antonios Tzanakopoulos, An Overview of Disobeying the Security Council, EJIL: Talk! (May 24, 2011)

Marty Lederman, The U.S. Perspective on the Legal Basis for the bin Laden Operation, Opinio Juris (May 24, 2011)

Dov Jacobs, Follow-up post on Amnesties in Uruguay: when popular sovereignty defies human rights actvitists, Spreading the Jam (May 24, 2011)

Tobias Hanson, Taking the Reigns from Ocampo and How the African Union Could Hurt Fatou Bensouda, Justice in Conflict (May 23, 2011)

Geraldine Coughlan, Convicted Asylum Seekers – A New Problem For The Netherlands, International Criminal Law Bureau (May 23, 2011)

Greg Wannier, Day 1: Threatened Island Nations Conference, Climate Law Blog (May 23, 2011)

Frank Pasquale, Junot Diaz on Responsibility for Haitian Poverty, Balkinization (May 23, 2011)

Lydia Alpizar Duran, The Word on Women – Redefining security: human rights and economic justice, TrustLaw (May 23, 2011)

Jules Boykoff, US Military Goes to War with Climate Sceptics, OurWorld 2.0 (May 23, 2011)

Dapo Akande, ICC Prosecutor Seeks to Open Investigation into Situation in Cote d’Ivoire, EJIL: Talk! (May 23, 2011)

Dapo Akande, The ICC Prosecutor Requests an Arrest Warrant for Gaddafi: Immunity Issues and Questions about the Start of the Libyan Armed Conflict, EJIL: Talk! (May 23, 2011)

Louis M. Solomon, Ninth Circuit Find Personal Jurisdiction Over DamilerChrysler AG under the ATS; Upholds “Agency” Rather than Alter-Ego Jurisdiction, OneWorld: International Practice Blog (May 23, 2011)

Hannah Ryder, Climate Conversations – Is Green Growth Just a Fad?, AlertNet Blogs (May 23, 2011)

Chris Wright, Vulnerable Countries – Climate Change in the Marshall Islands, Global Conversations (FCO)(23 May 2011)

Dominik Zimmermann, Max Planck Encylopedia – May Upload, International Law Observer (May 22, 2011)

Sourabh Gupta, BRICS and the International Economic Order – An Idea Whose Time Has Come, East Asia Forum (May 22, 2011)

Mark Kersten, The ICC and the Tripoli Three: Time, It’s On Our Side, Justice in Conflict (May 22, 2011)

Luna Droubi, A Call for Humanitarian Intervention in Syria, Opinio Juris (May 21, 2011)

Kevin Jon Heller, No, The UN Has Not Said the U.S. is Engaged in An “Armed Conflict” With Al Qaeda, Opinio Juris (May 21, 2011)

Brian Finucane, The Pitfalls of Law Avoidance: War Powers and Hostilities, Balkinization (May 21, 2011)

Blake Hudson, The Thundercats on International (and Interstellar) Environmental Law, Environmental Law Prof Blog (May 21, 2011)

David Doniger, Poles Apart: The Latest on Saving the Ozone Layer, NRDC Switchboard (May 20, 2011)

Amelia Bate, Human Rights Reporting – A Reflection, Global Conversations (FCO) (20 May 2011)

Pongphisoot Busbarat, Thai-Cambodian Conflict: An Obstacle to the ASEAN Community 2015?, East Asia Forum (May 20, 2011)

John Bellinger, Arctic Treasure, Shadow Government (Foreign Policy)(May 19, 2011)

Kenneth Anderson, State Department’s Harold Koh on OBL Raid, The Volokh Conspiracy (May 19, 2011)

Harold Hongju Koh, The Lawfulness of the U.S. Operation Against Osama bin Laden, Opinio Juris (May 19, 2011)

Diane Marie Amman, ALI Inches Toward Restatement 4th, IntLawGrrls (May 19, 2011)

Sabrina Goodwin, The Word on Women – Gender Experts Add Value to Land Tenure, Property Rights, and Natural Resources Projects, TrustLaw (May 19, 2011)

Bruce Ackerman and Oona Hathaway, Death of the War Powers Act?, Washington Post (May 18, 2011)

Andrew Revkin, In Earth v. Humanity, Nobelists Issue Verdit, Dot Earth (NYTimes)(May 18, 2011)(also RealClimate)

Michael Spence, The Next Convergence: The Future of Economic Growth in a Multispeed World, Carnegie Council (May 16, 2011)

V. Gray Literature (select items)

Security Council Report, Appointment of the U.N. Secretary-General, Special Research Report, No. 3 (24 May 2011)

Joshua Marks, Crisis in the Congo: CPA Contingency Planning, Council on Foreign Relations Memo 11 (May 2011)

M. Angeles Villarreal, Proposed U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Agreement: Background and Issues, Congressional Research Service (April 12, 2011)

VI. Podcasts/Videos

C-SPAN, Obama Outlines United States MidEast Policy, C-SPAN.org (May 19, 2011)

C-SPAN, McCain Pushes for Further U.S. Intervention in Syria, C-SPAN.org (May 19, 2011)

Open Societies Foundation, Building Open Societies: Soros in Conversation, FORA.tv (May 12, 2011)

VII. Documents/Negotiations/Practice

Journal of the United Nations

Resolutions and Decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its sixty-fifth session, Volume I

Resolutions, GA Official Records, Sixty-fifth Session, Supplement No. 49, U.N. Doc. A/65/49 (Vol. I)(2011)

Statement by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights on the Duty of the Haitian State to Investigate the Gross Violations of Human Rights Committed During the Regime of Jean-Claude Duvalier (May 17, 2011)

The Stockholm Memorandum: Tipping the Scales towards Sustainability, 3rd Nobel Laureate Symposium on Global Sustainability, Stockholm, Sweden, 16-19 May 2011

Security Council, Security Council, 6539th meeting, The Situation Concerning the Democratic Republic of Congo, U.N. Doc. S/PV.6539 (18 May 2011)

General Assembly, Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, Report of the Legal Subcommittee on its fiftieth session, held in Vienna from 28 March to 8 April 2011, U.N. Doc. A/AC.105/990 (20 April 2011)

U.N. Economic Commission for Europe, Meeting of the Parties to the Convention on access to information, public participation in decision-making and access to justice in environmental matters,

Discussion and adoption of the Declaration, Rio plus Aarhus — 20 years on: Bearing fruit and looking forward, Draft Chisinau Declaration, U.N. Doc. ECE/MP.PP/2011/L.9 (13 Apr 2011)

International Labour Office, Equality at Work: The Continuing Challenge, Report of the Director-General, Global Report under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, International Labour Conference, 100th Session 2011, Report I(B)(2011)

U.N., Commission on the Status of Women, Report on the fifty-fifth session (12 March 2010, 22 February-4 March and 14 March 2011), Economic and Social Council Official Records, 2011, Supplement No. 7 (2011)

Agreement on Cooperation on Aeronautical and Maritime Search and Rescue in the Artic (May 12, 2011)

UN General Assembly Resolution on the Participation of the European Union in the Work of the United Nations (May 10, 2011)

Declaración de Lima 2011: Declaración Presidencial sobre la Alianza del Pacífico para la conformación de un Área de Integración Profunda AIP (2011 Lima Declaration: Presidential Statement on the Pacific Alliance for the Formation of a Deep Integration Area AIP) (Apr. 28, 2011)

Sixth Colloquium of International Prosecutors, Joint Statement (May 15, 2011)

Council of Europe Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women and Domestic Violence (May 11, 2011)

VIII. Press Releases/Newsletters (select items)

Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, UN launches first global partnership to advance rights of indigenous peoples (20 May 2011)

ABA Section of International Law, International Trade Committee Newsletter, Vol. V. No. 2 (2011)

IX. Media (select sources/select items)

A. News Aggregators

B. International News Sources

C. A Narrow Selection of Stories

Mike Scarella, D.C. Circuit Upholds $413 Million Judgment Against Syria Over Contractors’ Death, National Law Journal (May 23, 2011)

CNN Wire Staff, Obama: U.S. Would Go After Other High-Profile Targets in Pakistan, CNN (May 22, 2011)

Peter Beaumont, Netanyahu’s rejection of Obama’s 1967 border deal leaves peace talks in tatters, guardian.co.uk (21 May 2011)

Sylvia Westall, People Still Tortured in Tunisia – U.N. Rapporteur, Reuters (May 21, 2011)(also AlertNet)

Mohammed Assadi and Ali Sawafta, Palestinians Set on U.N. Statehood Bid in September, Reuters (May 21, 2011)

Tom Phillips, Brazil’s Crackdown on Deforestation in the Amazon, guardian.co.uk (21 May 2011)

UPI, Iran Ponders Sanctions Against the U.S., UPI.com (May 21, 2011)

IRIN, Vietnam: Sea Level Rise Could “Displace Millions” IRIN (May 20, 2011)

Brendan Pierson, “European Community” Does Not Qualify as a Foreign State, Judge Rules, New York Law Journal (May 20, 2011)

David Bario, Ninth Circuit Revives ATS Claims Against Daimler Over Argentine Violence, American Lawyer.com (May 19, 2011)

IRIN, Food: Waste Not, Want Not, IRIN (May 19, 2011)

Stephen M. Pezzi, The Legality of Killing Osama bin Laden, Harvard National Security Journal (May 16, 2011)


* Prepared by Donald K. Anton, The Australian National University College of Law, with the assistance of ANU College of Law students: Caitlin Powell & Kate Robinson.  This digest draws on independent research together with information gleaned from the RSS feeds of a host of international law publishers, law libraries, and blogs.

§ Information contained in the digest is current to 5.00 pm (local Canberra time) the day before issue.

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