Wednesday, August 6, 2008

New Issue: Leiden Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Leiden Journal of International Law (Vol. 21, no. 3, September 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Gregor Noll, The Miracle of Generative Violence? René Girard and the Use of Force in International Law
  • Shirley V. Scott, Intergovernmental Organizations as Disseminators, Legitimators, and Disguisers of Hegemonic Policy Preferences: The United States, the International Whaling Commission, and the Introduction of a Moratorium on Commercial Whaling
  • Jörn Griebel & Milan Plücken, New Developments Regarding the Rules of Attribution? The International Court of Justice's Decision in Bosnia v. Serbia
  • Paolo Palchetti, The Power of the International Court of Justice to Indicate Provisional Measures to Prevent the Aggravation of a Dispute
  • Tjaco T. van den Hout, Resolution of International Disputes: The Role of the Permanent Court of Arbitration – Reflections on the Centenary of the 1907 Convention for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes
  • Kevin Jon Heller, What Happens to the Acquitted?
  • Elies van Sliedregt, Witness Proofing in International Criminal Law: Introduction to a Debate
  • Ruben Karemaker, B. Don Taylor, &, Thomas Wayde Pittman, Witness Proofing in International Criminal Tribunals: A Critical Analysis of Widening Procedural Divergence
  • Asrid Reisinger Coracini, ‘Amended Most Serious Crimes’: A New Category of Core Crimes within the Jurisdiction but out of the Reach of the International Criminal Court?
  • Cedric Ryngaert, The Doctrine of Abuse of Process: A Comment on the Cambodia Tribunal's Decisions in the Case against Duch (2007)