Tuesday, February 19, 2008

New Issue: Melbourne Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Melbourne Journal of International Law (Vol. 8, no. 2, October 2007) is out. Contents include:
  • Symposium - International Humanitarian Law
  • Think Pieces
    • Hilary Charlesworth, Law After War
    • Helen Durham, International Humanitarian Law and the Gods of War: The Story of Athena versus Ares
    • Alison Duxbury, Drawing Lines in the Sand - Characterising Conflicts for the Purposes of Teaching International Humanitarian Law
    • Timothy L.H. McCormack, David Hicks and the Charade of Guantánamo Bay
    • Robert J. Mathews, WMD Arms Control Agreements in the Post-September 11 Security Environment: Part of the 'Counter-Terrorism Toolbox'
    • Bruce Oswald, The Law on Military Occupation: Answering the Challenges of Detention during Contemporary Peace Operations?
    • Peter Rowe, The Rules of Engagement in Occupied Territory: Should They Be Published?
    • Gerry Simpson, The Death of Baha Mousa
    • John Tobin, Seeking Clarity in relation to the Principle of Complementarity: Reflections on the Recent Contributions of Some International Bodies
  • Case Notes
    • Michelle Lesh, The Public Committee Against Torture in Israel v. The Government of Israel: The Israeli High Court of Justice Targeted Killing Decision
    • David Turns, Application of the Convention on the Prevention of the Crime of Genocide: Bosnia and Herzegovina v. Serbia and Montenegro
  • Commentaries
    • Nicole Rogers, Violence and Play in Saddam's Trial
    • Michael N. Schmitt, 21st Century Conflict: Can the Law Survive?
  • Book Reviews
    • Ralph Henham, Atrocity, Punishment and International Law by Mark A. Drumbl
    • Dale Stephens, Of War and Law by David Kennedy
  • Feature
    • B.S. Chimni, The Past, Present and Future of International Law: A Critical Third World Approach
    • Fleur Johns, International Law and its Others by Anne Orford (ed)
  • Comment
    • Gregor Noll, Why Refugees Still Matter: A Response to James Hathaway