Tuesday, December 16, 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. 2, Autumn 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Issue Focus: Twenty Years' UNCLOS and the Future Ocean Regime
    • Mincai Yu, China Being A Maritime Power under the UNCLOS: Issues and Ways Ahead
    • Yurika Ishii, International Cooperation on the Repression of Piracy and Armed Robbery at Sea under the UNCLOS
  • Articles
    • Sung Pil Park, Harmonizing Public and Private International Law: Implications of the Apple vs. Samsung IP Litigation
    • Wei Shen, Conceptuality or Textuality? Understanding the Notion of Expropriation in the Context of Tza Yap Shum v. The Republic of Peru
  • Notes & Comments
    • A.-H. Ranjbarian, A. Abedini & K. Rouzegari, Interpreting the United Nations Security Council Resolutions by the Domestic Courts: The Judgment of the High Court of Singapore on the Iranian Nuclear Program
    • Chao Wang, International Arbitration of Maritime Delimitation: An Alternative for East Asia?
  • Regional Focus & Controversies: Law and Policy under the Post-Kyoto Protocol System
    • Hui Zhang, Towards a New Global Agreement under the Doha Climate Gateway: A Chinese Way
    • Osamu Yoshida, Domestic Initiatives in a Global Context? Japan's Approaches to the Emissions Trading Schemes for the International Climate Change Regime
    • Sung Ja Cho, Legal and Policy Implications on the Post-Kyoto Protocol System: A Korean Lawyer's Viewpoint