Wednesday, June 1, 2016

New Volume: Australian International Law Journal

The latest volume of the Australian International Law Journal (Vol. 21, 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Jean-Sylvestre Bergé & Geneviève Helleringer, Operating International Law in a Global Context: Presentation of a Three Steps Method
  • Justin Paul Cook, Declining Jurisdiction in the Hague’s Proposed Judgments Convention: Amalgamating the ‘More Appropriate Forum’ and the ‘Clearly Inappropriate Forum’ Tests to Provide the Optimal Forum Non Conveniens Clause
  • Stefano Dominelli, Evolutionary Trends in Maritime Piracy: A Possible Assessment of Eco-Activists’ Conduct
  • Chloe Gall, Coming to Terms with a New Role: The Approach of the International Court of Justice to the Interpretation of Human Rights Treaties
  • Sophocles Kitharidis, The Unknown Territories of the National Security Exception: the Importance and Interpretation of Art XXI of the GATT
  • Shane Monks, Flight MH370: International Law and How We Use It