Tuesday, August 4, 2009

New Issue: Michigan Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Michigan Journal of International Law (Vol. 30, no. 3, Spring 2009) is out. Contents include:
  • Symposium: Territory Without Boundaries
    • Dino Kritsiotis, Public International Law and Its Territorial Imperative
    • Saskia Sassen, Bordering Capabilities Versus Borders: Implications for National Borders
    • Eric A. Bilsky, Colonizing Natural Resources Conserving Marine Wildlife Through World Trade Law
    • John A. Duff, Assemblage-Oriented Ocean Resource Management: How the Marine Environment Washes Over Traditional Territorial Lines
    • Ted L. McDorman, Canada-United States Cooperative Approaches to Shared Marine Fishery Resources: Territorial Subversion?
    • Hari M. Osofsky, Scaling "Local": The Implications of Greenhouse Gas Regulation in San Bernardino County
    • Lisa R. Pruitt, Migration, Development, and the Promise of CEDAW for Rural Women
    • Alice Edwards, Human Security and the Rights of Refugees: Transcending Territorial and Disciplinary Borders
    • Ayelet Shachar, The Shifting Border of Immigration Regulation
    • Adam Weiss, Transnational Families in Crisis: An Analysis of the Domestic Violence Rule in E.U. Free Movement Law
    • Anthony J. Colangelo, Universal Jurisdiction as an International "False Conflict" of Laws
    • Wolfgang Kaleck, From Pinochet to Rumsfeld: Universal Jurisdiction in Europe 1998-2008
    • Anne Orford, Jurisdiction Without Territory: From The Holy Roman Empire to the Responsibility to Protect