Tuesday, July 30, 2013

New Issue: Goettingen Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Goettingen Journal of International Law (Vol. 5, no. 1, 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: The Law and Politics of Indigenous Peoples in International Law
    • Philosophical Backgrounds and Theoretical Foundations
    • Sílvia Maria da Silveira Loureiro, "By What Right?": The Contributions of the Peninsular School for Peace to the Basis of the International Law of Indigenous Peoples
    • Padraig McAuliffe, Romanticization Versus Integration?: Indigenous Justice in Rule of Law Reconstruction and Transitional Justice Discourse
    • Indigenous Peoples' Right to Land and Natural Resources
    • Katja Göcke, Protection and Realization of Indigenous Peoples' Land Rights at the National and International Level
    • Giovana F. Teodoro & Ana Paula N. L. Garcia, A Step Further on Traditional Peoples Human Rights: Unveiling the Key-Factor for the Protection of Communal Property
    • Efrén C. Olivares Alanís, Indigenous Peoples' Rights and the Extractive Industry: Jurisprudence From the Inter-American System of Human Rights
    • Gonzalo Aguilar Cavallo, Pascua Lama, Human Rights, and Indigenous Peoples: A Chilean Case Through the Lens of International Law
    • Derek Inman, Stefaan Smis, & Dorothee Cambou, “We Will Remain Idle No More”: The Shortcomings of Canada’s ‘Duty to Consult’ Indigenous Peoples
    • Indigenous Peoples' Right to Culture and Traditional Way of Life
    • Sven Pfeiffer, Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the International Drug Control Regime: The Case of Traditional Coca Leaf Chewing