Monday, October 21, 2019

New Issue: Chinese Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Chinese Journal of International Law (Vol. 18, no. 2, June 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Tilmann Altwicker, International Legal Scholarship and the Challenge of Digitalization
    • Peter Hilpold, How to Construe a Myth: Neutrality Within the United Nations System Under Special Consideration of the Austrian Case
    • Xuexia Liao, The Timor Sea Conciliation under Article 298 and Annex V of UNCLOS: A Critique
    • Balingene Kahombo, The Western Sahara Cases before the Court of Justice of the European Union and International Law
  • Comments
    • Daley J Birkett, Twenty Years of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: Appraising the State of National Implementing Legislation in Asia
    • Xiao Mao, The Function of Amicus Curiae Participation by Legal Scholars: The Al-Bashir Appeal Case at the International Criminal Court as an Illustration
  • Letters to the Journal
    • Patrick C R Terry, Unilateral Economic Sanctions and Their Extraterritorial Impact: One Foreign Policy For All?
    • G Le Moli & J E Viñuales, Today as Yesterday? Unilateral Coercive Measures and Human Dignity
    • Geneviève Dufour & Nataliya Veremko, Unilateral Economic Sanctions Adopted to React to An Erga Omnes Obligation: Basis for Legality and Legitimacy Analysis?— A Partial Response to Alexandra Hofer’s Article
    • Sufian Jusoh & Tamat Sarmidi, Unilateral Economic Sanctions: Constructive Engagement as an Alternative?