Monday, April 1, 2019

de la Rasilla & Viñuales: Experiments in International Adjudication: Historical Accounts

Ignacio de la Rasilla (Wuhan Univ. - Institute of International Law) & Jorge E. Viñuales (Univ. of Cambridge - Law) have published Experiments in International Adjudication: Historical Accounts (Cambridge Univ. Press 2019). Contents include:
  • Ignacio de la Rasilla & Jorge E. Viñuales, Introduction
  • Jorge E. Viñuales, Experiments in International Adjudication: Past and Present Ignacio de la Rasilla, The Turn to the History of International Adjudication
  • Inge van Hulle, Imperial Consolidation through Arbitration: Territorial and Boundary Disputes in Africa (1870–1914)
  • Jan Martin Lemnitzer, How to Prevent a War and Alienate Lawyers: The Peculiar Case of the 1905 North Sea Incident Commission
  • Gerard Conway, The Arbitral Tribunal for Upper Silesia: An Early Success in International Adjudication
  • Frédéric Mégret, Mixed Claim Commissions and the Once Centrality of the Protection of Aliens
  • Jean d’Aspremont, The General Claims Commission (Mexico/US) and the Invention of International Responsibility
  • Cesare P. R. Romano, Mirage in the Desert: Regional Judicialization in the Arab World
  • Andrei Mamolea, Saving Face: The Political Work of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (1902–1914)
  • Freya Baetens, First to Rise and First to Fall: The Court of Cartago (1907–1918)
  • Donal K. Coffey, The Failure of the 1930 Tribunal of the British Commonwealth of Nations: A Conflict between International and Constitutional Law
  • Angelo Jr Golia & Ludovic Hennebel, The Intellectual Foundations of the European Court of Human Rights
  • Morten Rasmussen, From International Law to a Constitutionalist Dream? The History of European Law and the European Court of Justice (1950–1993)