Thursday, March 13, 2014

New Issue: Asian Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Asian Journal of International Law (Vol. 4, no. 1, January 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Sundaresh Menon, International Terrorism and Human Rights
  • Xue Hanqin, A Point to Meet: Justice and International Criminal Law
  • Shirley V. Scott, Inserting Visions of Justice into a Contemporary History of International Law
  • Hitoshi Nasu & Donald R. Rothwell, Re-Evaluating the Role of International Law in Territorial and Maritime Disputes in East Asia
  • Melanie O'Brien, Where Security Meets Justice: Prosecuting Maritime Piracy in the International Criminal Court
  • Gabrielle Simm & Andrew Byrnes, International Peoples’ Tribunals in Asia: Political Theatre, Juridical Farce, or Meaningful Intervention?
  • Alice de Jonge, From Unequal Treaties to Differential Treatment: Is There a Role for Equality in Treaty Relations?
  • Ross P. Buckley, Introducing a 0.05% Financial Transactions Tax as an Instrument of Global Justice and Market Efficiency
  • Rowena Maguire, Designing REDD+ to Be Just: Considerations for a Legally Binding Instrument
  • Chat Le Nguyen, The International Anti-Money Laundering Regime and Its Adoption by Vietnam