Monday, January 22, 2018

New Volume: New Zealand Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the New Zealand Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 14, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles and Commentaries
    • Ozlem Ulgen, “World Community Interest” Approach to Interim Measures on “Robot Weapons”: Revisiting the Nuclear Test Cases
    • Salar Abbasi, Democracy in International Law-making: An Unfilled Lacuna
    • Naporn Popattanachai, Environmental Disputes from Regional Sea Programmes before itlos: Its Potential Role, Contribution, and the Challenges it Would Face in a Land-based Pollution Case
    • Ana Lenard, The Nascent Law of Cyber Blockades and Zones
    • Selma Kafedžić, Determining Modes of Liability in International Criminal Law: Why the Common Purpose Doctrine is the Strongest Legal Response to Mass Atrocity Crimes
    • Sami Thamir Alrashidi, Challenging Cultural Backgrounds and Vernacularizing Human Rights
  • The South Pacific
    • Tony Angelo, The Pacific Islands Forum 2016