Monday, August 3, 2009

New Issue: Yale Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Yale Journal of International Law (Vol. 34, no. 2, Summer 2009) is out. Contents include:
  • Anupam Chander, Trade 2.0
  • Evan J Criddle & Evan Fox-Decent, A Fiduciary Theory of Jus Cogens
  • Tara J. Melish, From Paradox to Subsidiarity: The United States and Human Rights Treaty Bodies
  • Essays in Honor of W. Michael Reisman
    • Harold Hongju Koh, Michael Reisman, Dean of the New Haven School of International Law
    • Menachem Mautner, Michael Reisman's Jurisprudence of Suspicion
    • Robert D. Sloane, More Than What Courts Do: Jurisprudence, Decision, and Dignity - In Brief Encounters and Global Affairs
    • Siegfried Wiessner, Law as a Means to a Public Order of Human Dignity: The Jurisprudence of Michael Reisman
    • James E. Baker, Jupiter as Everyman: Michael Reisman and the Scholar as Teacher
    • Eyal Benvenisti, Rethinking the Divide Between Jus ad Bellum and Jus in Bello in Warfare Against Nonstate Actors
    • Nicholas Rostow, International Law and the Use of Force: A Plea for Realism
    • Steve Charnovitz, The Enforcement of WTO Judgments
    • Hi-Taek Shin, The Domestic Decisionmaking Process and Its Implications for International Commitments: American Beef in Korea
    • Guiguo Wang, China's Practice in International Investment Law: From Participation to Leadership in the World Economy
    • Aaron X. Fellmeth, Nondiscrimination as a Universal Human Right
    • Monica Hakimi, Secondary Human Rights Law
    • Rosalyn Higgins, Closing Remarks at the Conference To Honor the Work of Professor Michael Reisman