Thursday, December 13, 2012

New Volume: Finnish Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Finnish Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 21, 2010) is out. Contents include:
  • Symposium: The International Criminal Court and the Responsibility to Protect
    • Pekka Niemelä, The International Criminal Court and the Responsibility to Protect: Synergies and Tensions
    • David Chandler, Born Posthumously: Rethinking the Shared Characteristics of the ICC and R2P
    • Päivi Kaukoranta, Finnish Perspectives on the ICC and R2P
    • Frédéric Mégret, ICC, R2P, and the International Community’s Evolving Interventionist Toolkit
    • Sarah M. H. Nouwen, Complementarity in Practice: Critical Lessons from the ICC for R2P
    • Anne Orford, From Promise to Practice? The Legal Significance of the Responsibility to Protect Concept
    • Kofi Quashigah, The Future of the International Criminal Court in African Crisis and Its Relationship with the R2P Project
    • Benjamin N. Schiff, Lessons from the ICC for ICC/R2P Convergence
  • Debate: The Law of the Common: Globalization, Property and New Horizons of Liberation
    • John D. Haskell & Paavo Kotiaho, Introductory Note
    • Gunther Teubner, Societal Constitutionalism and the Politics of the Common
    • Antonio Negri, The Law of the Common
  • Articles
    • George Rodrigo Bandeira Galindo, Constitutionalism Forever
    • Dorota A. Gozdecka, Human Rights, Fundamental Rights and the Common Constitutional Traditions in the Protection of Religious Pluralism and Diversity in Europe – A Study in the Democratic Paradox
    • Robert Knox, Strategy and Tactics
    • Pamela Slotte, The Religious and the Secular in European Human Rights Discourse
    • Stellan Vinthagen, Legal Mobilization and Resistance Movements as Social Constituents of International Law