Thursday, October 30, 2008

New Issue: Leiden Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Leiden Journal of International Law (Vol. 21, no. 4, December 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Fleur Johns & Wouter G. Werner, The Risks of International Law
  • René Urueña, Risk and Randomness in International Legal Argumentation
  • Alexia Herwig, Whither Science in WTO Dispute Settlement?
  • Louise Amoore, Risk before Justice: When the Law Contests Its Own Suspension
  • Olivier Kessler, Is Risk Changing the Politics of Legal Argumentation?
  • Nikolas Rajković, On ‘Bad Law’ and ‘Good Politics’: The Politics of the ICJ Genocide Case and Its Interpretation
  • Kai Ambos, ‘Witness Proofing’ before the International Criminal Court: A Reply to Karemaker, Taylor, and Pittman
  • Ruben Karemaker, B. Don Taylor, & Thomas Wayde Pittman, Witness Proofing in International Criminal Tribunals: Response to Ambos
  • Darryl Robinson, The Identity Crisis of International Criminal Law