Friday, February 19, 2016

New Issue: Melbourne Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Melbourne Journal of International Law (Vol. 16, no. 2, December 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Sean D Murphy, New Mechanisms for Punishing Atrocities in Non-International Armed Conflicts
  • Margaret A Young & Sebastián Rioseco Sullivan, Evolution through the Duty to Cooperate: Implications of the Whaling Case at the International Court of Justice
  • Gregory S Gordon, When ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Meets ‘One Person, One Vote’: The Law of Treaties and the Handover Narrative through the Crucible of Hong Kong’s Election Crisis
  • Umair Ghori, An Epic Mess: ‘Exhaustible Natural Resources’ and the Future of Export Restraints after the China — Rare Earths Decision
  • Rachel Harris & Gillian Moon, GATT Article XX and Human Rights: What Do We Know from the First 20 Years?
  • Matias Thomsen, The Obligation Not to Arbitrarily Refuse International Disaster Relief: A Question of Sovereignty
  • Mary Crock & Kate Bones, Australian Exceptionalism: Temporary Protection and the Rights of Refugees
  • Natalie Baird, The Role of International Non-Governmental Organisations in the Universal Periodic Review of Pacific Island States: Can ‘Doing Good’ Be Done Better?