Saturday, April 7, 2018

New Issue: Indian Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Indian Journal of International Law (Vol. 57, nos. 1-2, June 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Lavanya Rajamani, India’s approach to international law in the climate change regime
  • Aparna Chandra, India and international law: formal dualism, functional monism
  • Arghya Sengupta & Akriti Gaur, Treaty-making and implementation in India: a constitutional paradox
  • Deepak Raju & Zubin Dash, Balancing the language of international law and the language of domestic legitimacy – How well does India fare?
  • Arvind Narrain, India’s role in the Human Rights Council: Is there a constitutional vision in its foreign policy?
  • Sanhita Ambast, Human rights protections in India’s Model BIT: a BIT left to go
  • Adarsh Ramanujan, Anti-dumping practice in India: due process, confidentiality and the WTO standards
  • Upendra Baxi, Towards socially sustainable globalization: reflections on responsible contracting and the UN guiding principles on business and human rights
  • Lakshmi Jambholkar, Domestic violence and the Hague Abduction Convention: the Indian perspective