Friday, November 6, 2009

New Issue: Chinese Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Chinese Journal of International Law (Vol. 8, no. 3, November 2009) is out. Contents include:
  • Agora: Kosovo (Part 3)
    • Cedric Ryngaert & Christine Griffioen, The Relevance of the Right to Self-determination in the Kosovo Matter: In Partial Response to the Agora Papers
    • Alexander Orakhelashvili, Kosovo and the Pitfalls of Over-theorizing International Law: Observations on Hilpold's Rejoinder
  • Duncan French, Global Justice and the (Ir)relevance of Indeterminacy
  • Brief Comments, Essays and Notes
    • Fei Lanfang, Enforcement of Arbitral Awards between Hong Kong and Mainland China: A Successful Model?
    • Allan Verman Yap Ong, Issues in the Application of Dépeçage in Chinese Private International Law
    • Ticy V. Thomas, The Proliferation Security Initiative: Towards Relegation of Navigational Freedoms in UNCLOS? An Indian Perspective
  • Courts and Tribunals
    • Sienho Yee, Notes on the International Court of Justice (Part 3): Rule-making at the Court—Integration, Uniformization, Keeping Existing Article Numbers and Giving Public Notice
  • Development and History
    • Sergei Yu. Marochkin, On the Recent Development of International Law: Some Russian Perspectives