Wednesday, April 29, 2009

New Issue: International Organizations Law Review

The latest issue of the International Organizations Law Review (Vol. 5, no. 2, 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Dan Sarooshi, The Role of Domestic Public Law Analogies in the Law of International Organizations
  • Armin von Bogdandy & Matthias Goldmann, The Exercise of International Public Authority through National Policy Assessment: The OECD's PISA Policy as a Paradigm for a New International Standard Instrument
  • Martina Spernbauer, Musical Chairs Revisited: Status and Terms of Participation of the European Union in the UN Peacebuilding Commission
  • Ramses A. Wessel, The Kadi Case: Towards a More Substantive Hierarchy in International Law?
  • Larissa van den Herik & Nico Schrijver, Eroding the Primacy of the UN System of Collective Security: The Judgment of the European Court of Justice in the Cases of Kadi and Al Barakaat
  • Luis M. Hinojosa Martínez, Bad Law for Good Reasons: The Contradictions of the Kadi Judgment
  • Erika de Wet, The Role of European Courts in Reviewing Conflicting Obligations under International Law
  • Deirdre Curtin & Christina Eckes, The Kadi Case: Mapping the Boundaries between the Executive and the Judiciary in Europe
  • Jean d'Aspremont & Frédéric Dopagne, Kadi: The ECJ's Reminder of the Elementary Divide between Legal Orders