Saturday, October 4, 2008

Symposium: The Law and Politics of International Delegation

The latest issue of Law and Contemporary Problems (Vol. 71, no. 1, Winter 2008) contains a symposium on "The Law and Politics of International Delegation," edited by Curtis A. Bradley and Judith G. Kelley. Contents include:
  • Curtis A. Bradley & Judith G. Kelley, Foreword
  • Curtish A. Bradley & Judith G. Kelley, The concept of international delegation
  • Karen J. Alter, Delegating to international courts: self-binding vs. other-binding delegation
  • David Epstein & Sharyn O’Halloran, Sovereignty and delegation in international organizations
  • Neil S. Siegel, International delegations and the values of federalism
  • Oona Hathaway, International delegation and state sovereignty
  • Barbara Koremenos, When, what, and why do states choose to delegate?
  • Laurence R. Helfer, Monitoring compliance with unratified treaties: the ILO experience
  • Tim Büthe, The globalization of health and safety standards: delegation of regulatory authority in the SPS Agreement of the 1994 agreement establishing the World Trade Organization
  • Judith L. Goldstein & Richard H. Steinberg, Negotiate or litigate? Effects of WTO judicial delegation on U.S. trade politics
  • Michael J. Tierney, Delegation success and policy failure: collective delegation and the search for Iraqi weapons of mass destruction