Wednesday, June 24, 2020

New Volume: Australian Year Book of International Law

The latest volume of the Australian Year Book of International Law (Vol. 37, 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • KJ Keith, Kirby Lecture in International Law 2019: New Zealand, Australia and International Human Rights: 1919–2019
  • Tim McCormack, Siobhain Galea & Daniel Westbury, The Sir Elihu Lauterpacht International Law Lecture 2018: The Development of Humanity as a Constraint on the Conduct of War
  • Christina Voigt, ANZSIL Conference Keynote 2019: Climate Change, the Critical Decade and the Rule of Law
  • Suzanne Zhou & Jonathan Liberman, Public Health, Intellectual Property, and the Trade and Investment Law Challenges to Australia and Uruguay’s Tobacco Packaging Laws
  • Benn McGrady, Tobacco Plain Packaging and the Expanding Role of the wto in Regulatory Oversight
  • Tania Voon, Tobacco, Health and Investor-State Dispute Settlement: Australia’s Recent Treaty Practice
  • Emma Boland & Andrea Gronke, Australia’s Approach to ISDS Reform in Light of Philip Morris Asia v Australia
  • Lee Walker, Truncheons and Tenterhooks: Civil Suits against Foreign Officials in Common-law Jurisdictions
  • John Abrahamson, Joint Development of Offshore Oil and Gas Resources in the South China Sea—New Contexts for Regional Cooperation Following the South China Sea Arbitration
  • Jessica Reynolds, A Sinking Feeling: The Effect of Sea Level Rise on Baselines and Statehood in the Western Pacific