Saturday, February 17, 2018

New Issue: American Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the American Journal of International Law (Vol. 111, no. 4, October 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Kevin A. Baumert, The Outer Limits of the Continental Shelf Under Customary International Law
    • Simon Batifort & J. Benton Heath, The New Debate on the Interpretation of MFN Clauses in Investment Treaties: Putting the Brakes on Multilateralization
  • Notes and Comments
    • Stephan W. Schill, MFN Clauses as Bilateral Commitments to Multilateralism: A Reply to Simon Batifort and J. Benton Heath
    • Theodor Meron, Shakespeare: A Dove, a Hawk, or Simply a Humanist?
    • John K. Veroneau & Catherine H. Gibson, Presidential Tariff Authority
  • Current Developments
    • Sean D. Murphy, Crimes Against Humanity and Other Topics: The Sixty-Ninth Session of the International Law Commission
  • International Decisions
    • Menaka Guruswamy, Justice K.S. Puttaswamy (Ret'd) and Anr v. Union of India and Ors
    • Diego Mejía-Lemos, Advisory Opinion OC-22/16
    • Manuel J. Ventura, Prosecutor v. Al-Bashir
  • Contemporary Practice of the United States Relating to International Law
    • Kristina Daugirdas & Julian Davis Mortenson, Contemporary Practice of the United States Relating to International Law
  • Recent Books on International Law
    • Monica Hakimi, The Theory and Practice at the Intersection Between Human Rights and Humanitarian Law
    • Peter H. Sand, reviewing International Climate Change Law, by Daniel Bodansky, Jutta Brunnée, and Lavanya Rajamani
    • Lucy Reed, reviewing Questions of Jurisdiction and Admissibility Before International Courts, by Yuval Shany
    • Stephen M. Schwebel, reviewing Building International Investment Law: The First 50 Years of ICSID, edited by Meg Kinnear, Geraldine R. Fischer, Jara Mínguez Almeida, Luisa Fernanda Torres, and Mairée Uran Bidegain
    • Antony Anghie, reviewing International Law and Its Discontents: Confronting Crises, edited by Barbara Stark