Wednesday, October 7, 2015

New Issue: Revue belge de droit international

The latest issue of the Revue belge de droit international (Vol. 47, no. 1, 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Dossier spécial : “UNCLOS rules the waves” – The twentieth anniversary of the entry into force of the Montego Bay Convention – State of Affairs and Challenges ahead?
    • T. Ruys, UNCLOS rules the waves
    • J. Noyes, The Law of the Sea Convention and the United States of America
    • W. Heintschel von Heinegg, Military activities in the exclusive economic zone
    • J. Odom, A ‘Rules-based Approach’ to Airspace Defense : a U.S. perspective on the International Law of the Sea and Airspace, Air Defense Measures, and the Freedom of Navigation
    • D. Guilfoyle, Maritime Interdiction : What Challenges lie ahead ?
    • E. Somers, Prosecution of alleged pirates under the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention : is outsourcing the solution ?
    • M. Lodge, The International Seabed Authority and the Exploration and Exploitation of the Deep Seabed
    • D. Vanderzwaag, Ocean Acidification and Geoengineering : Navigating beyond the Law of the Sea
    • E. Franckx, UNCLOS and the Arctic ?
    • A. Boyle, UNCLOS dispute settlement and the uses and abuses of part XV
    • P. Gautier, Standing of NGOs and third-party intervention before the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea
    • V. Golitsyn, Judicial Practice of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea – an Overview
  • Études
    • M. Aznar, The obligation to exchange views before the international tribunal for the law of the sea : a critical appraisal
    • C. Espaliu Berdud, La prohibition de l’esclavage en droit international comme norme de jus cogens
    • J. Pilorge-Vrancken , L’exclusivité de juridiction accordée par le Conseil de sécurité aux États non parties au Statut de Rome à l’égard de leurs ressortissants dans les résolutions 1593 (2005) et 1970 (2011)
    • A. Heche, Les conditions d’application de la clausula rebus sic stantibus