Tuesday, May 26, 2009

New Volume: Australian International Law Journal

The latest volume of the Australian International Law Journal (Vol. 15, 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Damien van der Toorn, Attribution of Conduct by State Armed Forces Participating in UN-authorised Operations: The Impact of Behrami and Al-Jedda
  • Emily Crawford, Blurring the Lines between International and Non-International Armed Conflicts: The Evolution of the Customary International Law Applicable in Internal Armed Conflicts
  • Lionel Nichols, David Hicks: Prisoner of War or Prisoner of the War on Terror?
  • Robert Dubler, What Is in A Name? A Theory of Crimes against Humanity
  • Clara Flensbad, Strengthening the Rule of Law in the Pacific through International Crime Cooperation
  • Dikdik Mohamad Sodik, Non-Legal Binding International Fisheries Instruments and Measures to Combat Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing
  • Jessica Selby, Ending Abusive and Exploitive Child Labour through International Law and Practical Action
  • Rebecca Young, Justiciable Socio-Economic Rights? South African Insights into Australia's Debate
  • Stephen Tully, Like Oil and Water: A Sceptical Appraisal of Climate Change and Human Rights
  • David Jacyk, Article 25 Arbitration in WTO Dispute Settlement: An Alternative Forgotten?
  • Ben Mostafa, The Sole Effects Doctrine, Police Powers and Indirect Expropriation under International Law