Wednesday, July 28, 2010

New Volume: Indian Yearbook of International Law and Policy

The inaugural volume of the Indian Yearbook of International Law and Policy (2009) is now available. The publisher is Satyam Law International. Contents include:
  • Yearbook Focus - Climate Change
    • Deepa Badrinanarayana, Trade, Energy, and Climate Change Policies of Basic Nations: One Step Closer to an Economic Interest based International Law?
    • Stefan Lorenzmeier, International Law of Water Allocation and Related Problems
    • Tarek Majzoub & Fabienne Quillere-Majzoub, “Dairy Polar Icebergs” Reflections on the Rules Governing Future Exploitation of Freshwater Locked Up in Icebergs
    • V. Umakanth, A Dose of Sunlight Therapy: Using Corporate and Securities Laws to Treat Climate Change
  • Articles
    • Franz G. Von der Dunk, The International Law of Outer Space and Consequences at the National Level for India: Towards an Indian National Space Law?
    • Ben Saul, The Emerging International Law of Terrorism
    • Sascha-Dominik Bachmann, Human Rights and Global Business: The Evolving Notion of Corporate Civil Responsibility
    • Prabhakar Singh, Constitutionalism in International Law During the Times of Globalisation: A Sociological Appraisal
    • Gianluca Sgueo, Decentralization, Integration and Transposition: Three Models of Consultation in the Global Legal Order
    • R. Rajesh Babu, Understanding the Role of International Law in WTO Law
  • Comments
    • Hans Kochler, Depoliticizing International Criminal Justice
    • Michael Bohlander, No Country For Old Men? – Age Limits for Judges at International Criminal Tribunals
    • Zakia Afrin, The International War Crimes (Tribunal) Act, 1973 of Bangladesh
    • Martin Hunter & Gregory Travaini, Anti-Suit Injunctions and EU Regulations
    • Anil Xavier, Mediation Is Here to Stay!