Thursday, August 23, 2018

New Issue: Indian Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Indian Journal of International Law (Vol. 57, nos. 3-4, December 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Sreenivasa Rao Pemmaraju, The identification of Customary International Law: a process that defies prescription
  • Helmut Tuerk, The common heritage of mankind after 50 years
  • Graham Melling & Anne Dennett, The Security Council veto and Syria: responding to mass atrocities through the “Uniting for Peace” resolution
  • Sai Ramani Garimella & Poomintr Sooksripaisarnkit, Jurisdiction under the Hague Convention on choice of court agreements: a critique
  • Sujith Xavier, Top heavy: beyond the Global North and the justification for global administrative law
  • Anurag Dubey, The Jadhav Case Before the International Court of Justice
  • Michael James Polak, The Jadhav case and the right to consular assistance: ‘confessions’, spies, and remedies in international law
  • Haris Jamil, Critical evaluation of India’s position on the Rome Statute
  • Abhimanyu George Jain, Indian practice relating to international law