Monday, February 16, 2009

New Issue: Melbourne Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Melbourne Journal of International Law (Vol. 9, no. 2, October 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Rewi Lyall, Voluntary Human Shields, Direct Participation in Hostilities and the International Humanitarian Law Obligations of States
  • Tom Ruys, Quo Vadit Jus ad Bellum?: A Legal Analysis of Turkey's Military Operations against the PKK in Northern Iraq
  • Philippe Sands, Torture Team: The Responsibility of Lawyers for Abusive Interrogation
  • Malcolm Fraser, Torture Team: Human Rights, Lawyers, Interrogations and the 'War on Terror' — A Response to Philippe Sands
  • Christian Tomuschat, R (on the Application of Al-Jedda) v Secretary of State for Defence: Human rights in a Multi-Level System of Governance and the Internment of Suspected Terrorists
  • Owen Cordes-Holland, The Sinking of the Strait: The Implications of Climate Change for Torres Strait Islanders' Human Rights Protected by the ICCPR
  • Megan Davis, Indigenous Struggles in Standard-Setting: The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
  • Hugh King, Corporate Accountability under the Alien Tort Claims Act
  • Shirley V Scott, Climate Change and Peak Oil As Threats to International Peace and Security: Is It Time for the Security Council to Legislate?