Vol. 109 Nbr. 2, April 2015
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- The crime of aggression: the United States perspective.
- Economic 'necessity' in international law.
- Stabilization and the expanding scope of the Security Council's work.
- The 2013 judicial activity of the International Court of Justice.
- The latest award from the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal: the line between approximation of damages and ruling ex aequo et bono.
- International Court of Justice - maritime territorial dispute - boundary delimitation - tacit agreement - equidistance line - equitable apportionment.
- The international judicial function in its (in)finite variety.
- Making Human Rights a Reality.
- Transparency in International Law.
- Surpassing the Sovereign State: The Wealth, Self-Rule, and Security Advantages of Partially Independent Territories.
- The Sources of International Law.