Saturday, July 28, 2007

New Volume: German Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the German Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 49, 2006) is out. Contents include:
  • H. Krieger, A Nuclear Test for Multilateralism. Challenges to the Non-Proliferation Treaty as a Means of Arms Control
  • D. Richter, Does International Jurisprudence Matter in Germany? The Federal Constitutional Court's New Doctrine of "Factual Precedent"
  • C. Tomuschat, The International Law Commission: An Outdated Institution?
  • Sir F. Berman, The ILC within the UN's Legal Framework. Its Relationship with the Sixth Committee
  • O. Dörr, Codifying and Developing Meta-Rules. The ILC and the Law of Treaties
  • H. P. Aust, Through the Prism of Diversity. The Articles on State Responsibility in the Light of the ILC Fragmentation Report
  • R. O'Keefe, The ILC's Contribution to International Criminal Law
  • M. Kamto, Les moyens de preuve devant la Cour internationale de Justice à la lumière de quelques affaires récentes portées devant elle
  • O. Diggelmann, Fault in the Law of State Responsibility: Pragmatism ad infinitum?
  • J. Finke, Competing Jurisdiction of International Courts and Tribunals in Light of the MOX Plant Dispute
  • A. Orakhelashvili, State Immunity and International Public Order Revisited
  • R. Bank & E. Schwager, Is there a Substantive Right to Compensation for Individual Victims of Armed Conflicts against a State under International Law?
  • P. Dumberry, The Controversial Issue of State Succession to International Responsibility Revisited in Light of Recent State Practice