Tuesday, July 5, 2011

New Volume: New Zealand Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the New Zealand Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 7, 2009) is out. Contents include:
  • Stefan Talmon, New Zealand’s Policy of Implied Recognition of States: One Step Ahead or Falling Behind?
  • Claire Breen, Law, Policy and Practice: The United Nations Collective Security Regime and the Contribution of the New Zealand Defence Force
  • Stephen R. Tully, Getting it Wrong or Being Ignored: Ten Words on Advice for Government Lawyers
  • Michael Bowman, Transcending the Fisheries Paradigm: Towards a Rational Approach to Determining the Future of the International Whaling Commission
  • Trevor Ryan, Sea Shepherd v Greenpeace? Comparing Anti-whaling Strategies in Japanese Courts
  • Joanna Mossop, Australia v Japan: Whaling in the International Court of Justice
  • Duncan French & Richard Kirkham, Complaint and Grievance Mechanisms in International Law: One Piece of the Accountability Jigsaw
  • Hannah Yiu, Jus Cogens, The Veto and the Responsibility to Protect: A New Perspective
  • K.J. Keith, Resolving International Disputes: The Role of the Courts