Sunday, July 9, 2017

New Issue: Amsterdam Law Forum

The latest issue of the Amsterdam Law Forum (Vol. 9, no. 2, Spring 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Scientific Articles
    • Daniele Fabris, Crimes Committed On The High Seas, Piracy And Criminal Jurisdiction: Current Issues Of International Law Of The Sea Awaiting The 'Enrica Lexie' Decision
    • Joanna Diane Caytas, Sanctions, Real And Imaginary: Experiences With Russia In The Ukraine Crisis
    • JanWillem Sap, The Role of Human Rights in Setting the Boundaries Of Sovereignty and the Autonomy of the EU Legal Order
    • Sangeetha Yogendran, Did The ICC Fail Child Victims In The Lubanga Reparations Order?
    • Ana Martin, Intersectionality: A Tool for the Gender Analysis of Sexual Violence at the ICC
    • Michael Addaney & Azubike Onuora-Oguno, Education as a Contrivance to Ending Child Marriage in Africa: Perspectives from Nigeria and Uganda
  • Opinion Articles
    • Shadi Sakran, The Creation of the Non-Member Observer State of Palestine: A Legal Analysis of UN General Assembly Resolution 67/19
    • Nicola Perugini & Neve Gordon, Human Rights and Domination
    • Anja Eleveld, Performing Human Rights in the Context of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
  • Commentaries
    • Helena de Sousa-Falcao Montull, A Commentary On the Book Discussion 'The Human Right to Dominate'
    • Adina Nistor, The 'Extracurricular International Law' - A Seminar With Mark Drumbl