Monday, March 12, 2018

New Issue: Melbourne Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Melbourne Journal of International Law (Vol. 18, no. 2, 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Tribute
    • Hilary Charlesworth, Karen Engle, Aeyal Gross, Vanja Hamzić, Gina Heathcote, Wayne Morgan & Rahul Rao, A Collection of Writings in Honour of Professor Dianne Otto
  • Lecture
    • Stephen Mathias, UN Peacekeeping Today: Legal Challenges and Uncertainties
  • Articles
    • Bérénice Boutin, Attribution of Conduct in International Military Operations: A Causal Analysis of Effective Control
    • Rebecca Dowd & Jane McAdam, International Cooperation and Responsibility Sharing to Combat Climate Change: Lessons for International Refugee Law
    • Andrew Godwin, Ian Ramsay & Miranda Webster, International Commercial Courts: The Singapore Experience
    • Etienne Henry, Alleged Acquiescence of the International Community to Revisionist Claims of International Customary Law (with Special Reference to the Jus Contra Bellum Regime)
    • Rodrigo Polanco Lazo & Sebastián Gómez Fiedler, A Requiem for the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Something New, Something Old and Something Borrowed?
    • Peter Tzeng, The Peaceful Non-Settlement of Disputes: Article 4 of CMATS in Timor-Leste v Australia
    • Tania Voon, Balancing Regulatory Autonomy with Liberalisation of Trade in Services: An Analytical Assessment of Australia's Obligations under Preferential Trade Agreements
    • Weihuan Zhou, Chinese Investment in Australia: A Critical Analysis of the China–Australia Free Trade Agreement