ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

dinsdag 4 augustus 2015

JOURNAL: Leiden Journal of International Law XXVIII (2015), No. 3 (Sep)


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International Law Reporter signals a new issue of the Leiden Journal of International Law, containing numerous contributions relevant to the readership of this interest group.

Contents:
  • Editorial
    • Cecily Rose, International Lawyers as Public Intellectuals and the Need for More Books
  • John Dugard Lecture - 2015
    • Kenneth J. Keith, The International Rule of Law
  • International Legal Theory
    • Ignacio de la Rasilla del Moral, The Shifting Origins of International Law
    • Yolanda Gamarra, Ibn Khaldun (1332–1406): A Precursor of Intercivilizational Discourse
  • International Law and Its Methodology
    • Ino Augsberg, Some Realism About New Legal Realism: What's New, What's Legal, What's Real?
    • Jan Klabbers, Whatever Happened to Gramsci? Some Reflections on New Legal Realism
    • Gregory Shaffer, New Legal Realism's Rejoinder
    • Jakob V.H. Holtermann & Mikael Rask Madsen, High Stakes and Persistent Challenges – A Rejoinder to Klabbers and Augsberg
  • International Law and Practice
    • Hugh Thirlway, Human Rights in Customary Law: An Attempt to Define Some of the Issues
    • Rosa Freedman & Nicolas Lemay-Hebert, ‘Jistis ak Reparasyon pou Tout Viktim Kolera MINUSTAH’: The United Nations and the Right to Health in Haiti
    • Mamadou Hébié, Was There Something Missing in the Decolonization Process in Africa?: The Territorial Dimension
    • Friedrich Benjamin Schnedier, The International Convention on the Prevention of Odious Agreements: A Human Rights-Based Mechanism to Avoid Odious Debts
    • Shen Wei, Expropriation in Transition: Evolving Chinese Investment Treaty Practices in Local and Global Contexts
  • Hague International Tribunals: International Court of Justice
    • Abdulqawi A. Yusuf, From Reluctance to Acquiescence: The Evolving Attitude of African States Towards Judicial and Arbitral Settlement of Disputes
  • International Criminal Courts and Tribunals
    • Marcus Joyce, Duress: From Nuremberg to the International Criminal Court, Finding the Balance Between Justification and Excuse
    • Aldo Zammit Borda, Appraisal-Based and Flexible Approaches to External Precedent in International Criminal Law

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