Friday, November 28, 2014

New Volume: Hague Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Hague Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 26, 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Private International Law
    • Micah R. Thorner & Rosa Huizinga, Hague Conference on Private International Law – Work in 2013
  • International Criminal Law
    • Abel S. Knottnerus, The Growing Rift between Africa and the International Criminal Court: The Curious (Im)possibility of a Security Council deferral
    • Ioannis P. Tzivaras, Sexual Violence against Men in Armed Conflicts: Insights from International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia and the War Crimes Chamber of the State Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Public International Law
    • Joanna Kulesza, Towards an Internet Framework Convention: The State of Play
    • Jonathan L.H. Blaine, Sosa, Kiobel and Pirates Inc.: Defijining the ‘Modern’ Parameters of the Archaic Alien Tort Statute
    • Patrick Dumberry, Responsibility for Crimes Committed by the Ottoman Empire against the Armenian Population: Are the Rules of State Succession to International Responsibility of Any Use?
    • Eva Kassoti, Unilateral Legal Acts Revisited: Common Law v. Civil Law Approaches and Lessons from the International Law Commission’s (Failed) attempt to Codify Unilateral Acts of States
    • Daniel Peat, Interpreting Reasons: The Interpretation of the 1962 Temple of Preah Vihear Judgment
    • James Sloan & Christian J. Tams, The Development of International Law by the International Court of Justice
    • Adil Sahban, The Applicability of International Law Standards to the Sanctions of the Security Council
    • Ryal Wun, Beyond Traditional Statehood Criteria: The Law and Contemporary Politics of State Creation
    • Athanasios Yupsanis, Article 27 of the ICCPR Revisited – The Right to Culture as a Normative Source for Minority / Indigenous Participatory Claims in the Case Law of the Human Rights Committee
  • International Investment Law and Arbitration
    • Jeffrey Golden, Financial Market Dispute Settlement: Making Sense out of Current Nonsense
    • Jeanrique Fahner, The Margin of Appreciation in Investor-State Arbitration: The Prevalence and Desirability of Discretion and Deference
    • Yanying Li & Camille M. Ng, More in 2013 than Ever Before: Inter-State and Investor-State Arbitrations at the Permanent Court of Arbitration