Friday, January 8, 2021

New Issue: International & Comparative Law Quarterly

The latest issue of the International & Comparative Law Quarterly (Vol. 70, no. 1, January 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Roy Goode, Creativity and Transnational Commercial Law: From Carchemish to Cape Town
    • Katie A Johnston, Identifying the Jus Cogens Norm in the Jus Ad Bellum
    • Bryan Mercurio, Ross Buckley, & Erin Jiangyuan Fu, The Legitimacy of Capital Controls During A Retreat from Globalisation
    • Shane Darcy, Accident and Design: Recognising Victims of Aggression in International Law
    • Enrico Partiti, Polycentricity and Polyphony in International Law: Interpreting the Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights
    • Vid Prislan, Judicial Expropriation in International Investment Law
    • Mmiselo Freedom Qumba, Assessing African Regional Investment Instruments and Investor–State Dispute Settlement
  • Shorter Articles
    • Giulio Bartolini, The Failure of ‘Core Capacities’ Under the WHO International Health Regulations
    • Alessandra Spadaro, Repatriation of Family Members of Foreign Fighters: Individual Right or State Prerogative?