Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Inaugural Issue: Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law

The inaugural issue of the Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vol. 1, no. 1, 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Elihu Lauterpacht, Foreword
  • Andrew Sanger & Rumiana Yotova, Editors’ Introduction: ‘Continuity and Change’
  • Christopher Greenwood, Some Challenges of International Litigation
  • Daniel Bethlehem, The Secret Life of International Law
  • Philippe Sands, Twin Peaks: The Hersch Lauterpacht Nuremberg Speeches
  • Hersch Lauterpacht, Draft Nuremberg Speeches
  • Lorand Bartels, Withdrawing Provisional Application of Treaties: Has the EU Made a Mistake?
  • Filippo Fontanelli, The Invocation of the Exception of Non-Performance, A Case-Study on the Role and Application of General Principles of International Law of Contractual Origin
  • Case Analysis
    • Robin Churchill, The Bangladesh/Myanmar Case: Continuity and Novelty in the Law of Maritime Boundary Delimitation
    • Kimberley N. Trapp & Alex Mills, Smooth Runs the Water Where the Brook Is Deep: The Obscured Complexities of Germany v Italy
    • Francesco Messineo, Maps Of Ephemeral Empires: The ICJ and the Macedonian Name Dispute
    • Thomas R. Liefländer, The Lubanga Judgment of the ICC: More Than Just the First Step?
    • Anna Cowan, A New Watershed? Re-Evaluating Banković in Light of Al-Skeini