Friday, October 25, 2019

New Issue: Indian Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Indian Journal of International Law (Vol. 58, nos. 3-4, December 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • John R. Morss, Description without apology? On structures, signs and subjectivity in international legal scholarship
  • Gbenga Oduntan, Access to justice in international courts for indigent states, persons and peoples
  • Sanyukta Chowdhury, Investor State dispute settlement provisions in India’s model bilateral investment treaty: a critique
  • Divesh Kaul, Evolving trade undercurrents at the regional level: tides of India’s preferential trading in the Indian Ocean and beyond
  • Md Tabish Eqbal, International Organizations and reservations to treaties: a critical review of the International Law Commission’s work
  • Amritha V. Shenoy, International humanitarian law in ancient India: a multicivilisational perspective
  • Imdad Ullah, Comparing Jewish and Islamic laws of war
  • Ruchi Lal, Social and economic rights of refugees under international legal framework: An appraisal