Monday, December 17, 2018

New Volume: Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law

The latest volume of the Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law (Vol. 21, 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Ignacio Tredici & Renaud Galand, Holding to Account the Commission of International Crimes in the Central African Republic: The Establishment of the Special Criminal Court
  • Loris Marotti, Determining the Scope of the Local Remedies Rule in UNCLOS Disputes
  • Chie Sato, The UN and Its Agencies in the Development of Regulations on Management and Conservation of Fisheries: A Plurality of Initiatives but Questionable Coherence
  • Federica I. Paddeu, To Convene or Not to Convene? The Future Status of the Articles on State Responsibility: Recent Developments
  • Petra Minnerop, Taking the Paris Agreement Forward: Continuous Strategic Decision-making on Climate Action by the Meeting of the Parties
  • Stephanie Schlickewei, The Revision of the General Comment No. 1 on the Implementation of Art. 3 UNCAT’s Non-Refoulement Obligation in Light of the Use of Diplomatic Assurances
  • Rishi Gulati, An International Administrative Procedural Law of Fair Trial: Reality or Rhetoric?
  • Stephan F.H. Ollick, The European Union in the Mediterranean Sea: Navigating the Political-Legal Shallows
  • Nneka A. Okechukwu, Self-Determination and Democracy in Post-Conflict Africa: Moving from Procedure to Substance
  • Benjamin Baak Deng, Traditional Justice Methods and Their Possible Impact on Transitional Justice Models in South Sudan
  • Odysseas G. Repousis, State Succession and Devolution Agreements Revisited: A Note on Sanum v. Laos
  • Gaiane Nuridzhanian, Crimea in International Courts and Tribunals: Matters of Jurisdiction
  • Fozia Nazir Lone, The ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Model and Political Reform in Hong Kong: A TWAIL Approach
  • Till Patrik Holterhus, The History of the Rule of Law
  • Inga Witte, Interactions between International Investment Law and Constitutional Law: Promoting the Dialogue. A European Perspective on Judicial Cooperation and Deference