5 mai 2017

REVUE : International & Comparative Law Quarterly (vol. 66, n°1, January 2017)

Catherine MAIA

The latest issue of the International & Comparative Law Quarterly (vol. 66, n°1, January 2017) is out.

Sandesh Sivakumaran, The Influence of Teachings of Publicists on the Development of International Law
Joanna Harrington, The Working Methods of the United Nations Security Council: Maintaining the Implementation of Change
Andrew Keay, The Harmonization of the Avoidance Rules in European Union Insolvencies
Matthias Lehmann, Bail-In and Private International Law: How to Make Bank Resolution Measures Effective Across Borders
Lee Mcconnell, Assessing the Feasibility of a Business and Human Rights Treaty
Stian Øby Johansen, Accountability Mechanisms for Human Rights Violations by CSDP Missions: Available and Sufficient?
Claire Brighton, Unlikely Bedfellows: The Evolution of the Relationship Between Environmental Protection and Development
Shorter Article and Notes 
Daniel Ghezelbash, Legal Transfers of Restrictive Immigration Laws: A Historical Perspective

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