Friday, February 8, 2008

New Volume: New Zealand Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the New Zealand Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 4, 2007) is out. Contents include:
  • Regionalising International Criminal Law
    • William A. Schabas, Regions, Regionalism and International Criminal Law
    • Richard Burchill, International Criminal Tribunals at the Regional Level: Lessons from International Human Rights Law
    • Steven Freeland, The Internationalization of Justice - A Case for the Universal Application of International Criminal Law Norms
    • Regina E. Rauxloh, Regionalisation of the International Criminal Court
    • John Hopkins, What’s Wrong with Regionalising International Criminal Law?
  • Articles and Commentaries
    • Roger S. Clark, Possible Amendments for the First ICC Review Conference in 2009
    • Claire Charters, The Road to the Adoption of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
    • Hine-Wai Loose, 2005 - Year of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty - But What Happened to Nuclear Disarmament?
    • Amokura Kawharu, Public Participation and Transparency in International Investment Arbitration: Suez v Argentina
    • Claire Nielsen, The Executive Treaty-making Prerogative: A History and Critique
    • Peter Rowe, Non-International Armed Conflict and the European Court of Human Rights: Chechnya from 1999
  • The South Pacific
    • Joanna Mossop, Regional Environmental Organisations under the Pacific Plan
    • Ailsa Ceri Warnock, "The Sea is Our Very Close Neighbour . . . " Small Island Developing States of the Pacific and Climate Change: Adaptation and Alternatives
    • Tony Angelo, Commentary on the Pacific Islands Forum 2005-2006
    • Bob Hughes, Commentary on South Pacific Countries 2006
  • Antarctica and the Southern Ocean
    • Trevor Hughes, CCAMLR in the Antarctic Treaty System: New Zealand’s Initiative at ATCM XXIX