Sunday, March 28, 2021

New Issue: International & Comparative Law Quarterly

The latest issue of the International & Comparative Law Quarterly (Vol. 70, no. 2, April 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Paula Giliker, Codification, Consolidation, Restatement? How Best to Systemise the Modern Law of Tort
    • Lutz Oette, The Prohibition of Torture and Persons Living in Poverty: From the Margins to the Centre
    • Rebecca Barber, An Exploration of the General Assembly's Troubled Relationship with Unilateral Sanctions
    • Heejin Kim, Global Export Controls of Cyber Surveillance Technology and the Disrupted Triangular Dialogue
    • Callista Harris, Incidental Determinations in Proceedings Under Compromissory Clauses
    • Rafael Lima Sakr, From Colonialism to Regionalism: The Yaoundé Conventions (1963–1974)
  • Shorter Articles
    • Shirley V. Scott, The Irrelevance of Non-Recognition to Australia's Antarctic Territory Title
    • Marcus Teo, Narrowing Foreign Affairs Non-Justiciability