Tuesday, April 24, 2018

New Issue: Leiden Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Leiden Journal of International Law (Vol. 31, no. 2, June 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Editorial
    • Machiko Kanetake, Blind Spots in International Law
  • International Legal Theory
    • Anne-Charlotte Martineau, A Forgotten Chapter in the History of International Commercial Arbitration: The Slave Trade's Dispute Settlement System
  • Symposium on International Law and Political Economy
    • John Haskell & Akbar Rasulov, International Law and the Turn to Political Economy
    • Anne Saab, An International Law Approach to Food Regime Theory
    • Nikolas M. Rajkovic, The Visual Conquest of International Law: Brute Boundaries, the Map, and the Legacy of Cartogenesis
    • Jamee K. Moudud, Analyzing the Constitutional Theory of Money: Governance, Power, and Instability
  • International Law and Practice
    • Lea Raible, Title to Territory and Jurisdiction in International Human Rights Law: Three Models for a Fraught Relationship
    • Björnstjern Baade, The ECtHR's Role as a Guardian of Discourse: Safeguarding a Decision-Making Process Based on Well-Established Standards, Practical Rationality, and Facts
    • Mauro Megliani, For the Orphan, the Widow, the Poor: How to Curb Enforcing by Vulture Funds against the Highly Indebted Poor Countries
  • Hague International Tribunals: International Court of Justice
    • Niccolò Ridi, Precarious Finality? Reflections on Res Judicata and the Question of the Delimitation of the Continental Shelf Case
  • International Criminal Courts and Tribunals
    • Alexandre Skander Galand, Approaching Custom Identification as a Conflict Avoidance Technique: Tadić and Kupreškić Revisited