Monday, June 24, 2013

New Issue: Journal of Philosophy of International Law

The latest issue of the Journal of Philosophy of International Law (Vol. 4, 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Aleksandar Jokic, Conventional Wisdom about Yugoslavia and Rwanda: Methodological Perils and Moral Implications
  • Conrad Nyamutata, Self-Referrals Contra Objectives of International Criminal Justice
  • Radhika Jagtap, International Legal Theory for International Terrorism: Formulation of a Universal Concept out of the Ideological Quagmires and Overlapping Approaches
  • Chintan Chandrachud, Jus Cogens in the International Court of Justice: Lessons from the Basic Structure Doctrine in Indian Constitutional Law
  • Slavka Antonova, Internet and the Emerging Global Community of Rights: The Human-Rights Debate at the Internet Governance Forum
  • Rosanna Deplano, Questioning Unstated Assumptions of International Constitutionalism