Thursday, June 28, 2018

New Issue: International & Comparative Law Quarterly

The latest issue of the International & Comparative Law Quarterly (Vol. 67, no. 3, July 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Ian Cram, Protocol 15 and Articles 10 and 11 ECHR—The Partial Triumph of Political Incumbency Post-Brighton?
    • Gabrielle Appleby & Alysia Blackham, The Shadow of the Court: The Growing Imperative to Reform Ethical Regulation of Former Judges
    • Barrie Sander, History on Trial: Historical Narrative Pluralism Within and Beyond International Criminal Courts
    • Yarik Kryvoi, Economic Crimes in International Investment Law
    • Benjamin Hayward, Bruno Zeller, & Camilla Baasch Andersen, The CISG and the United Kingdom—Exploring Coherency and Private International Law
    • Luke Chircop, A Due Diligence Standard of Attribution in Cyberspace
    • Anton Moiseienko, The Ownership of Confiscated Proceeds of Corruption Under the UN Convention Against Corruption
    • Sungyong Kang, Rethinking the Global Anti-Money Laundering Regulations to Deter Corruption
  • Short Article
    • Meliz Erdem & Steven Greer, Human Rights, the Cyprus Problem and the Immovable Property Commission