Sunday, June 12, 2016

New Issue: Journal of East Asia and International Law

The latest issue of the Journal of East Asia and International Law (Vol. 9, no. 1, Spring 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Issue Focus: Imperialism Haunting the Twenty-first Century’s International Law
    • M. Ya'kub Aiyub Kadir, Application of the Law of Self-Determination in a Postcolonial Context: A Guideline
    • Ping Yi, The Final Splendour of an Aged Empire: Chinese Thought on International Law in the early Twentieth Century
  • Articles
    • Sangkul Kim, The Witness Protection Mechanism of Delayed Disclosure at the Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals
    • Hazmi Rusli & R. Dremliuga & Wan I. Talaat, Legal Framework on the Marine Environment Protection of Straits used for International Navigation: Has It Been Effective in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore?
  • Notes & Comments
    • Haifeng Deng & Chiyuan Chen, Common and Symmetrical Responsibility in Climate Change: A Bridging Mechanism for Adaptation and Mitigation
    • M. Z. Mohd Nor & Anowar Zahid, Competing Interests in the Underwater Cultural Heritage: A Question of Balance
  • Regional Focus & Controversies: Right to ‘Innocent Passage’ of Warship in the South China Sea
    • Benjamin K. Wagner, Lessons from Lassen: Plotting a Proper Course for Freedom of Navigation Operations in the South China Sea
    • Xinjun Zhang, The Latest Developments of the US Freedom of Navigation Programs in the South China Sea: Deregulation or Re-balance?
  • East Asian Observer
    • Brendan Howe, Japanese 'War Legislation': International and Domestic Threat Assessment
    • Eric Yong Joong Lee, Can the SC Resolution 2270 Stop North Korea’s Nuclear Dilemma? From the Geneva Agreed Framework to the Washington Communiqué
    • Le Duy Tran, Scenarios of the China's ADIZs above the South China Sea