Vol. 109 Nbr. 3, July 2015
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- How to select and develop international law case studies: lessons from comparative law and comparative politics.
- Comparative international law at the ICTY: the general principles experiment.
- Comparative international law within, not against, international law: lessons from the International Law Commission.
- International law in national legal systems: an empirical investigation.
- Why do national court judges refer to human rights treaties? A comparative international law analysis of CEDAW.
- The executive's misplaced reliance on war powers 'custom'.
- Response to Koh and Buchwald's article: Don Quixote and Sancho Panza tilt at windmills.
- The crime of aggression as custom and the mechanisms for determining acts of aggression.
- The 2014 judicial activity of the International Court of Justice.
- The New Terrain of International Law: Courts, Politics, Rights.
- Justice Among Nations: A History of International Law.
- Global Health Law.
- Fraudulent Evidence Before Public International Tribunals: The Dirty Stories of International Law.
- Corruption in International Investment Arbitration.