Thursday, May 17, 2007

New Volume: Australian Year Book of International Law

The latest volume of the Australian Year Book of International Law (Vol. 25) is now out. Contents include:
  • Greg Carne, Reconstituting ‘Human Security’ in a New Security Environment: One Australian, Two Canadians and Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  • Camille Goodman, Acta Sunt Servanda? A Regime for Regulating the Unilateral Acts of States at International Law
  • Daniel Lovric, A Constitution Friendly to International Law: Germany and its Völkerrechtsfreundlichkeit
  • Anthony M North & Joyce Chia, Towards Convergence in the Interpretation of the Refugee Convention: a Proposal for the Establishment of an International Judicial Commission for Refugees
  • Anne O’Rourke & Chris Nyland, The Recent History of the Alien Tort Claims Act: Australia’s Role in its (attempted) Downfall
  • Ben Saul, Defending ‘Terrorism’: Justifications and Excuses for Terrorism in International Criminal Law
  • Tim Stephens, Multiple International Courts and the ‘Fragmentation’ of International Environmental Law
  • Matthew T Stubbs, Arbitrary Detention in Australia: Detention of Unlawful Non-Citizens under the Migration Act 1958 (Cth)