Wednesday, April 22, 2020

New Volume: New Zealand Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the New Zealand Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 16, 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles and Commentaries
    • Ashley Chandler, Investor-State Dispute Settlement in the CPTPP: Perspectives from Australia, Japan and New Zealand
    • José-Miguel Bello y Villarino, Will the Anti-corruption Chapter in the TPP11 Work?: Assessing the Role of Trade Law in the Fight Against Corruption Through International Law
    • Umair Ghori, The Confluence of International Trade and Investment: Exploring the Nexus between Export Controls and Indirect Expropriation
    • Tracey Epps & Danae Wheeler, Subsidies and “New Industrial Policy”: Are International Trade Rules Fit for the 21st Century?
    • Imogen Little, Out with the Old Approach: A Call to Take Socio-Economic Rights Seriously in Refugee Status Determination
    • James C. Fisher, A Critical Re-analysis of Whaling in the Antarctic: Formalism, Realism, and How Not to Do International Law
    • Gino Naldi & Konstantinos Magliveras, Jurisdictional Aspects of Dispute Settlement under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea: Some Recent Developments
    • Jared Papps, State Immunity and the Application of Customary International Law in New Zealand: The Young v Attorney-General Litigation
    • Roger S. Clark, The Human Rights Committee, the Right to Life and Nuclear Weapons: The Committee’s General Comment No 36 on Article 6 of the Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
  • The South Pacific
    • Tony Angelo, Pacific Islands Forum 2018