Tuesday, August 16, 2016

New Issue: Melbourne Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Melbourne Journal of International Law (Vol. 17, no. 1, June 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Sang-Hyun Song, International Criminal Court-Centred International Criminal Justice and Its Challenges
  • Amanda Alexander, International Humanitarian Law, Postcolonialism and the 1977 Geneva Protocol I
  • Conall Mallory, Abolitionists at Home and Abroad: A Right to Consular Assistance and the Death Penalty
  • Rebecca L Stanley & Ross P Buckley, Protecting the West, Excluding the Rest: The Impact of the AML/CTF Regime on Financial Inclusion in the Pacific and Potential Responses
  • Hailegabriel G Feyissa, European Extraterritoriality in Semicolonial Ethiopia
  • Phoebe J Galbally, Playing the Victim: A Critical Analysis of Canada's Bill C-36 from an International Human Rights Perspective
  • Patrick Wall, A Marked Improvement: The High Court of Australia's Approach to Treaty Interpretation in Macoun v Commissioner of Taxation [2015] HCA 44
  • Ryan J Turner, Transnational Supply Chain Regulation: Extraterritorial Regulation as Corporate Law's New Frontier
  • Sarah Williams, MH17 and the International Criminal Court: A Suitable Venue?
  • Roda Mushkat, 'Loose' Regionalism and Global Governance: The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Factor