Wednesday, November 16, 2011

New Volume: Hague Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Hague Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 23, 2010) is out. Contents include:
  • Public International Law
    • Daphné Richemond-Barak, The International Court of Justice on Kosovo: Missed Opportunity or Dispute ‘Settlement’?
    • Rafael Leal-Arcas, Kyoto and the COPs: Lessons Learned and Looking Ahead
    • Rogelio Pfirter, The Chemical Weapons Convention: Progress to Date
    • Mamoud Zani, Les armes légères et le droit international
  • Private International Law
    • S.I. Strong, Class and Collective Relief in the Cross-Border Context: A Possible Role for the Permanent Court of Arbitration
    • Frederike E.M. Stikkelbroeck, Hague Conference on Private International Law – Work in 2010
  • International Investment Law
    • Andreas Kulick, The Integration of International Investment Law
    • Thomas Henquet, Dutch Bilateral Investment Treaties and Investment Protection in the European Union: Some Observations on Non-Discrimination and Investment Restructuring
  • International Criminal Law
    • Anna Marie Brennan, Exploring the Accountability of Leaders of Armed Opposition Groups under International Law
    • Judy Mionki, The Evolving Trend to Criminalize Forced Marriage in International Criminal Law
    • Joseph Peter Mandala, Universal Civil Jurisdiction: Universalising Civil Jus Cogens Liability through Adoption of the Alien Tort Statute and Retooling the International Criminal Court