5 octobre 2017

REVUE : Leiden Journal of International Law (vol. 30, n°3, September 2017)

Catherine MAIA

The latest issue of the Leiden Journal of International Law (vol. 30, n°3, September 2017) is out.


Editorial
Jason Morgan-Foster, Giulia Pinzauti, Philippa Webb, The International Court of Justice in the Leiden Journal: A Retrospective
International Legal Theory
Salvatore Caserta, Regional Integration through Law and International Courts: The Interplay between De Jure and De Facto Supranationality in Central America and the Caribbean
International Law and Practice
Guy Harpaz, The EU’s New Approach to the Two-State Solution in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Paradigm Shift or PR Exercise? 
Amy Strecker, Indigenous Land Rights and Caribbean Reparations Discourse
Yen-Chiang Chang, How Does the Amicus Curiae Submission Affect a Tribunal Decision? 
Hague International Tribunals: International Court of Justice
Sergey M. Punzhin, Procedural Normative System of the International Court of Justice
International Criminal Courts and Tribunals 
Rachel Killean, Eithne Dowds, Amanda Kramer, Soldiers as Victims at the ECCC: Exploring the Concept of ‘Civilian’ in Crimes against Humanity 
Caitlin Lambert, Environmental Destruction in Ecuador: Crimes Against Humanity Under the Rome Statute? 
Talita de Souza Dias, ‘Interests of justice’: Defining the scope of Prosecutorial discretion in Article 53(1)(c) and (2)(c) of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court 
Philipp Kastner, Transitional Justice + Cyberjustice = Justice2?




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