Sunday, April 27, 2014

New Issue: International & Comparative Law Quarterly

The latest issue of the International & Comparative Law Quarterly (Vol. 63, no. 2, April 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Mary Crock, Shadow Plays, Shifting Sands and International Refugee Law: Convergences in the Asia-Pacific
    • Anca D. Chiriţă, A Legal-Historical Review of the EU Competition Rules
    • John Tobin, To Prohibit or Permit: What Is the (Human) Rights Response to the Practice of International Commercial Surrogacy?
    • Alison Slade, Good Faith and the TRIPS Agreement: Putting Flesh on the Bones of the TRIPS ‘Objectives’
    • Anashri Pillay, Revisiting the Indian Experience of Economic and Social Rights Adjudication: The Need for a Principled Approach to Judicial Activism and Restraint
    • Ming Du, China's State Capitalism and World Trade Law
    • Jan Kleinheisterkamp, Financial Responsibility in European International Investment Policy
  • Shorter Articles and Notes
    • Ben Juratowitch, Fora Non Conveniens for Enforcement of Arbitral Awards Against States
    • Antoine Buyse, Dangerous Expressions: The ECHR, Violence and Free Speech