Wednesday, November 12, 2008

New Issue: International Community Law Review

The latest issue of the International Community Law Review (Vol. 10, no. 4, December 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Situating Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL): Inspirations, Challenges and Possibilities
    • Karin Mickelson, Ibironke Odumosu, & Pooja Parmar, Foreword
    • Karin Mickelson, Taking Stock of TWAIL Histories
    • Pooja Parmar, TWAIL: An Epistemological Inquiry
    • Obiora Chinedu Okafor, Critical Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL): Theory, Methodology, or Both?
    • Opeoluwa Adetoro Badaru, Examining the Utility of Third World Approaches to International Law for International Human Rights Law
    • Jalia Kangave, 'Taxing' TWAIL: A Preliminary Inquiry into TWAIL's Application to the Taxation of Foreign Direct Investment
    • Mosope Fagbongbe, The Future of Women's Rights from a TWAIL Perspective
    • Vijayashri Sripati, The United Nation's Role in Post-Conflict Constitution-Making Processes: TWAIL Insights
    • Sunera Thobani, Reading TWAIL in the Canadian Context: Race, Gender and National Formation
    • Gerardo J. Munarriz, Rhetoric and Reality: The World Bank Development Policies, Mining Corporations, and Indigenous Communities in Latin America
    • Ruth Buchanan, Writing Resistance Into International Law
    • Michael Fakhri, Law as the Interplay of Ideas, Institutions, and Interests: Using Polyani (and Foucault) to Ask TWAIL Questions
    • Ibironke T. Odumosu, Challenges for the (Present/) Future of Third World Approaches to International Law
    • Antony Anghie, TWAIL: Past and Future