Thursday, June 26, 2008

New Issue: Fordham International Law Journal

The latest issue of the Fordham International Law Journal (Vol. 31, no. 4, April 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Symposium: The Crisis In Darfur
    • Richard J. Goldstone, Introduction
    • Genevieve A. Cox & Jerome C. Roth, Seeking Justice for Victims in Darfur: The Darfur Legal Training Program
    • Chin-Hao Huang, U.S.-China Relations and Darfur
    • Colin Thomas-Jensen & Julia Spiegel, Activism and Darfur: Slowly Driving Policy Change
    • Olivier Bercault, Photo Essay: The Crisis in Darfur
    • Ademola Abass, Proving State Responsibility for Genocide: The ICJ in Bosnia v. Serbia and the International Commission of Inquiry for Darfur
    • Dermot Groome, Adjudicating Genocide: Is the International Court of Justice Capable of Judging State Criminal Responsibility?
    • Jennifer Trahan, Why the Killing in Darfur Is Genocide