Tuesday, May 4, 2010

New Issue: European Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law (Vol. 21, no. 1, February 2010) is out. Contents include:
  • JHHW, Editorial: Lautsi: Crucifix in the Classroom Redux
  • The Human Dimension of International Law, 'Progress or Stagnation': A Symposium in Honour of Antonio Cassese
    • Paola Gaeta, Symposium: The Human Dimension of International Law: Introduction
    • Giorgio Gaja, The Position of Individuals in International Law: An ILC Perspective
    • Christian Tomuschat, Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law
    • Andrew Clapham, The Role of the Individual in International Law
    • Luigi Condorelli, Some Thoughts about the Optimistic Pessimism of a Good International Lawyer
    • Francesco Francioni, International Human Rights in an Environmental Horizon
  • B. S. Chimni, Prolegomena to a Class Approach to International Law
  • Mario Mendez, The Legal Effect of Community Agreements: Maximalist Treaty Enforcement and Judicial Avoidance Techniques
  • Katherine Del Mar, The Requirement of ‘Belonging’ under International Humanitarian Law
  • Carlo Focarelli, Common Article 1 of the 1949 Geneva Conventions: A Soap Bubble?
  • Roozbeh (Rudy) B. Baker, Customary International Law in the 21st Century: Old Challenges and New Debates
  • Critical Review of International Governance: An Occasional Series
    • Milagros Álvarez-Verdugo, Will Climate Change Alter the NPT Political Balance? New Challenges for the Non-proliferation Regime
  • Review Essay
    • Lindsey Cameron & Rebecca Everly, Conceptualizing the Administration of Territory by International Actors