Saturday, February 17, 2018

New Issue: Asian Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Asian Journal of International Law (Vol. 8, no. 1, January 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Symposium on the South China Sea Arbitration
    • M.C.W. Pinto, Arbitration of the Philippine Claim Against China
    • Xinmin Ma, Merits Award Relating to Historic Rights in the South China Sea Arbitration: An Appraisal
    • Seokwoo Lee & Leonardo Bernard, South China Sea Arbitration and its Application to Dokdo
    • Hao Duy Phan & Lan Ngoc Nguyen, The South China Sea Arbitration: Bindingness, Finality, and Compliance with UNCLOS Dispute Settlement Decisions
    • Douglas Guilfoyle, The South China Sea Award: How Should We Read the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea?
    • Diane A. Desierto, Enforcement Options and Paths to Compliance: Disputants and Global Stakeholders in Philippines v. China
    • Tara Davenport, Island-Building in the South China Sea: Legality and Limits
  • Articles
    • Lan Ngoc Nguyen, The UNCLOS Dispute Settlement System: What Role Can It Play in Resolving Maritime Disputes in Asia?
    • Gabrielle Simm, Disaster Response in Southeast Asia: The ASEAN Agreement on Disaster Response and Emergency Management
    • Rebecca Barber, Legal Preparedness for the Facilitation of International Humanitarian Assistance in the Aftermath of Vanuatu’s Cyclone Pam
    • Felicity Gerry, Thomas Harré, Nathalina Naibaho, Julia Muraszkiewicz, & Neil Boister, Is the Law an Ass When It Comes to Mules? How Indonesia Can Lead a New Global Approach to Treating Drug Traffickers as Human Trafficked Victims
    • Jaya Anil Kumar, The Impact of Human Trafficking in ASEAN: Singapore as a Case-Study
    • Anupam Jha, The Law on Trafficking in Persons: The Quest for an Effective Model
    • Ranyta Yusran, The ASEAN Convention Against Trafficking in Persons: A Preliminary Assessment