30 novembre 2017

REVUE : Leiden Journal of International Law (vol. 30, n°4, November 2017)

Catherine MAIA

The latest issue of the Leiden Journal of International Law (vol. 30, n°4, November 2017) is out.

International Legal Theory: Symposium: Law between Global and Colonial: Techniques of Empire
Mónica García-Salmones Rovira, Paolo Amorosa, Introduction
Maria Adele Carrai, Learning Western Techniques of Empire: Republican China and the New Legal Framework for Managing Tibet
Kirsten Sellars, Meanings of Treason in a Colonial Context: Indian Challenges to the Charges of ‘Waging War against the King’ and ‘Crimes against Peace’
Rotem Giladi, The Phoenix of Colonial War: Race, the Laws of War, and the ‘Horror on the Rhine’
International Law and Practice
Kubo Mačák, From Cyber Norms to Cyber Rules: Re-engaging States as Law-makers
Maria Weimer, Reconciling Regulatory Space with External Accountability through WTO Adjudication: Trade, Environment and Development 
Hague International Tribunals: International Court of Justice
Vincent-Joël Proulx, The World Court's Jurisdictional Formalism and its Lost Market Share: The Marshall Islands Decisions and the Quest for a Suitable Dispute Settlement Forum for Multilateral Disputes
Cosette Creamer, Zuzanna Godzimirska, The Job Market for Justice: Screening and Selecting Candidates for the International Court of Justice
International Criminal Courts and Tribunals
Harmen van der Wilt, Unconstitutional Change of Government: A New Crime within the Jurisdiction of the African Criminal Court
Ruth Bettina Birn, How Often Must We Re-Invent the Wheel? Reflections on the Most Efficient Structure of Prosecution Offices in International Courts and Why It is Not Generally Used
Stewart Manley, Citation Practices of the International Criminal Court: The Situation in Darfur, Sudan

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