Friday, December 12, 2014

New Issue: Journal of East Asia and International Law

The latest issue of the Journal of East Asia and International Law (Vol. 7, no. 1, Spring 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Issue Focus: Bush Doctrine and New International Legal Order
    • Patricia Goedde, Human Rights of Guantánamo Detainees under International and US Law: Revisiting the US Supreme Court Cases
    • Dong Chen, Who Threatens Whom? The 'Chinese Threat' and the Bush Doctrine
  • Articles
    • Haniff Ahamat & Nasarudin Rahman, Restricting Biofuel Imports in the Name of the Environment: How Does the Application of WTO Rules Affect Developing Countries?
    • Wenwei Guan, International Trade "from Status to Contract" and Back: A Critique of the NME Normal Value Determination and Beyond
    • Eric Yong Joong Lee, Haunting Phantom on the Way to the Korean Reunification? The Chinese People's Volunteer Army in the Korean War and Its Legal Questions
  • Notes & Comments
    • Medwis Al-Rashidi, The Geneva II Peace Talks and the Syrian Conflict: Neglected Legal Elements
    • Yuji Hosaka, Is the so-called 'Rusk Letter' be a Critical Evidence of Japan's Territorial Claim to Dokdo Island?
  • Regional Focus & Controversies: Japan's Currency Manipulation
    • Xin Chen, Japan's Unspoken Currency Manipulation by Monetary Policies: A Chinese Lawyer's Perspective
    • John Riley, The Legality of Japan's Current Monetary Policy under International Law