Monday, June 1, 2015

New Volume: Netherlands Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Netherlands Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 45, 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Between Pragmatism and Predictability: Temporariness in International Law
    • Mónika Ambrus & Ramses A. Wessel, Between Pragmatism and Predictability: Temporariness in International Law
    • Rene Uruena, Temporariness and Change in Global Governance
    • Jean Galbraith, Temporary International Legal Regimes as Frames for Permanent Ones
    • Sofia Ranchordás, The International Rule of Law Time After Time: Temporary Institutions Between Change and Continuity
    • Christian Djeffal, International Law and Time: A Reflection of the Temporal Attitudes of International Lawyers Through Three Paradigms
    • Panos Merkouris, (Inter)Temporal Considerations in the Interpretative Process of the VCLT: Do Treaties Endure, Perdure or Exdure?
    • Kate Nancy Taylor, Shifting Demands in International Institutional Law: Securing the United Nations’ Accountability for the Haitian Cholera Outbreak
    • Evan J. Criddle, Protecting Human Rights During Emergencies: Delegation, Derogation, and Deference
    • Jean-François Durieux, Temporary Protection: Hovering at the Edges of Refugee Law
    • Harro Asselt, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: Enhancing Flexibility in International Climate Change Law
    • Christian Henderson, Commissions of Inquiry: Flexible Temporariness or Permanent Predictability?
    • Adeno Addis, Special Temporary Measures and the Norm of Equality
    • Michael Bohlander, Paradise Postponed? For a Judge-Led Generic Model of International Criminal Procedure and an End to ‘Draft-as-You-Go’
  • Dutch Practice in International Law
    • Richard Caddell, Platforms, Protestors and Provisional Measures: The Arctic Sunrise Dispute and Environmental Activism at Sea