Friday, September 10, 2010

Johns, Joyces, & Pahuja: Events: The Force of International Law

Fleur Johns (Univ. of Sydney - Law), Richard Joyce (Univ. of Reading - Law), & Sundhya Pahuja (Univ. of Melbourne - Law) have published Events: The Force of International Law (Routledge 2010). Contents include:
  • Martti Koskenniemi, Foreword
  • Fleur Johns, Richard Joyce & Sundhya Pahuja, Introduction
  • Jennifer Beard, The International Law in Force: Anachronistic Ethics and Divine Violence
  • Oscar Guardiola-Rivera, Absolute Contingency and the Prescriptive Force of International Law, Chiapas-Valladolid, ca. 1550
  • Peter Fitzpatrick, Latin Roots: The Force of International Law as Event
  • Richard Joyce, Westphalia: Event, Memory, Myth
  • Thomas Skouteris, The Force of a Doctrine: Art. 38 of the PCIJ Statute and the Sources of International Law
  • Gerry Simpson, Paris 1793 and 1871: Levée en Masse as Event
  • Sundhya Pahuja, Decolonisation and the Eventness of International Law
  • Scott Newton, Postwar to New World Order and Post-Socialist Transition: 1989 As Pseudo-Event
  • Frédéric Mégret, The Liberation of Nelson Mandela: Anatomy of a "Happy Event" in International Law
  • Emilios Christodoulidis, Political Trials as Events
  • Karen Knop, The Tokyo Women’s Tribunal and the Turn to Fiction
  • Denise Ferreira da Silva, Many Hundred Thousand Bodies Later: An Analysis of the ‘Legacy’ of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
  • Patricia Tuitt, From the State to the Union: International Law and the Appropriation of the New Europe
  • Fiona Macmillan, The Emergence of the World Trade Organization: Another Triumph of Corporate Capitalism?
  • Donatella Alessandrini, The World Trade Organisation and Development: Victory of ‘Rational Choice’?
  • Ruth Buchanan, Protesting the WTO in Seattle: Transnational Citizen Action, International Law and the Event
  • Obiora Chinedu Okafor, Globalism, Memory and 9/11: A Critical Third World Perspective
  • John Strawson, Provoking International Law: War and Regime Change in Iraq
  • Fleur Johns, The Torture Memos