Tuesday, January 28, 2014

New Issue: Leiden Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Leiden Journal of International Law (Vol. 27, no. 1, March 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Editorial
    • Carsten Stahn & Eric de Brabandere, The Future of International Legal Scholarship: Some Thoughts on ‘Practice’, ‘Growth’, and ‘Dissemination’
  • International Legal Theory
    • Joe Wills, The World Turned Upside Down? Neo-Liberalism, Socioeconomic Rights, and Hegemony
  • International Law and Practice
    • Zachos A. Paliouras, The Non-Appropriation Principle: The Grundnorm of International Space Law
    • Cliff Farhang, The Notion of Consent in Part One of the Draft Articles on State Responsibility
    • Helmut Philipp Aust, Alejandro Rodiles & Peter Staubach, Unity or Uniformity? Domestic Courts and Treaty Interpretation
    • Liu Ying, The Applicability of Environmental Protection Exceptions to WTO-Plus Obligations: In View of the China – Raw Materials and China – Rare Earths Cases
    • Emily Hay, International(ized) Constitutions and Peacebuilding
    • Alessandra Pietrobon, Nuclear Powers' Disarmament Obligation under the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty: Interactions between Soft Law and Hard Law
  • Hague International Tribunals: International Criminal Courts and Tribunals: Symposium: Expertise, Uncertainty, and International Law (Part 2)
    • John Jackson & Yassin M'Boge, Integrating a Socio-Legal Approach to Evidence in the International Criminal Tribunals (Part 2)
    • Robert Cryer, Witness Tampering and International Criminal Tribunals
    • Caroline Buisman, The Prosecutor's Obligation to Investigate Incriminating and Exonerating Circumstances Equally: Illusion or Reality?
    • Sarah M.H. Nouwen, ‘As You Set out for Ithaka’: Practical, Epistemological, Ethical, and Existential Questions about Socio-Legal Empirical Research in Conflict