Wednesday, November 18, 2009

New Volume: Finnish Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Finnish Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 17, 2006) is out. Contents include:
  • Post-ILC Debate on Fragmentation of International Law
    • Gabrielle Marceau, Fragmentation in International Law: The Relationship between WTO Law and General International Law — a Few Comments from a WTO Perspective
    • Isabelle Van Damme, Some Observations about the ILC Study Group Report on the Fragmentation of International Law: WTO Treaty Interpretation against the Background of Other International Law
    • Nele Matz-Lück, Harmonization, Systemic Integration, and ‘Mutual-Supportiveness’ as Conflict-Solution Techniques: Different Modes of Interpretation as a Challenge to Negative Effects of Fragmentation?
    • Xue Hanqin, Fragmented Law or Fragmented Order?
    • Christine Chinkin, Jus Cogens, Article 103 of the UN Charter and Other Hierarchical Techniques of Conflict Solution
    • Alain Pellet, Comments in Response to Christine Chinkin and in Defense of Jus Cogens as the Best Bastion against the Excesses of Fragmentation
    • Anne van Aaken, Fragmentation of International Law: The Case of International Investment Law
    • Mario Prost, All Shouting the Same Slogans: International Law’s Unities and the Politics of Fragmentation
  • Robert Brückmann, Kindergarten? The Interaction between the German Constitutional Court and the European Court of Human Rights
  • Leena Heinämäki, The Protection of the Environmental Integrity of Indigenous Peoples in Human Rights Law
  • Veijo Heiskanen, Architexture: An Outline of an Alternative Philosophy of Global Governance
  • André Nollkaemper, The Independence of the Domestic Judiciary in International Law
  • Thomas Skouteris, The New Tribunalism: Strategies of (De) Legitimation in the Era of International Adjudication