Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Inaugural Issue: Thailand Journal of International Law

The inaugural issue of the Thailand Journal of International Law (Vol. 1, no. 1, January-July 2016) is out. Contents include
  • Speech
    • Vitit Muntarbhorn, One Hundred Years (1914) Retrospect - A Hundred Days (2014) Prospect - Hundred Years (2114) Prospects: Public International Law
  • Invited Articles
    • Adriana Dreyzin de Klor, Private International Law and Law of Integration
    • Kaku Shun, Law's Legitimacy in Distress: The Changing Structure of International Law-Making and Its Impact on the Domestic Legal Order
    • Akawat Laowonsiri, Making ASEAN a Rule-Based Community: Revisiting the Legal Fundamentals
    • Prasit Pivavatnapanich, Foreign Affairs in Thai Constitutional Provisions: A Comparative and International Study
    • Aschara Chinniyompanich, Thai NGO as a Watchdog: Is It Barking Loud in Thailand's Environmental Litigation? A Comparative Perspective
  • Thailand Features
    • Jayavadh Bunnag, Cancellation of a Foreign Arbitral Award
    • Tanongsak Mahakusol, Keeping Law and Order Thailand Modern Day Slavery: Towards International Recognition
    • Panthip Pruksacholavit, Incentives and Obstacles to the Implementation of ILO Convention No. 87: Labor Relations Provisions in the Thai Public Sector
    • Sinee Sang-Aroonsiri, Corporate Social Responsibility Guidelines and Mandatory Information Disclosures in Thai Listed Companies: A Struggle to Comply with International Standards?
  • Case Review
    • Phattharaphong Saengkrai, Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia v. Japan; New Zealand intervening) ICJ Judgement of 31 March 2014
  • Notes
    • Jompon Pitaksantayothin, The Right to Freedom of Expression under Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights
    • Pawarit Lertdhamtewe, Developing Country's Sui Generis Options: Thailand's Sui Generis System of Plant Variety Protection