Thursday, June 12, 2014

New Volume: Netherlands Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Netherlands Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 44, 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Crisis and International Law: Decoy or Catalyst?
    • Willem van Genugten & Mielle Bulterman, Crises: Concern and Fuel for International Law and International Lawyers
    • Benjamin Authers & Hilary Charlesworth, The Crisis and the Quotidian in International Human Rights Law
    • Daniel Augenstein, The Crisis of International Human Rights Law in the Global Market Economy
    • Juan M. Amaya-Castro, International Refugees and Irregular Migrants: Caught in the Mundane Shadow of Crisis
    • Edwin Bikundo, Saving Humanity from Hell: International Criminal Law and Permanent Crisis
    • Tomer Broude, Warming to Crisis: The Climate Change Law of Unintended Opportunity
    • Karin Mickelson, Between Crisis and Complacency: Seeking Commitment in International Environmental Law
    • Alexia Herwig, The WTO and the Doha Negotiation in Crisis?
    • Jessica C. Lawrence, The EU in Crisis: Crisis Discourse as a Technique of Government