Thursday, January 21, 2016

New Volume: Australian Year Book of International Law

The latest volume of the Australian Year Book of International Law (Vol. 32) is out. Contents include:
  • Kirby Lecture in International Law — 2013
    • Gillian Triggs, Freedom of Speech and Giving Offence: Can a Balance be Struck?
  • Kirby Lecture in International Law — 2014
    • Andrew Byrnes, The Meanings of International Law: Government Monopoly, Expert Precinct or Peoples’ Law?
  • Articles
    • Joyce Chia, Jane McAdam & Kate Purcell, Asylum in Australia: ‘Operation Sovereign Borders’ and International Law
    • Lucas Lixinski, Sustainable Development in International Heritage Law: Embracing a Backwards Look for the Sake of Forwardness?
  • Whaling Agora
    • Michael Johnson, Whaling in the Antarctic – the ICJ decision and its consequences for future special permit whaling
    • Penelope Ridings, The Intervention Procedure in Whaling in the Antarctic: A Threat to Bilateralism?
    • Dai Tamada, On the Way to Definitive Settlement of Dispute: Lessons from the Whaling Case
    • Claire Brighton, Unravelling Reasonableness: A Question of Treaty Interpretation
    • Robert Kolb, Short Reflections on the ICJ’s Whaling Case and the Review by International Courts and Tribunals of ‘Discretionary Powers’
    • Julian Wyatt, Should We Presume that Japan Acted in Good Faith? Reflections on Judge Abraham’s Burden of Proof Based Analysis