Vol. 110 Nbr. 2, April 2016
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- The creation of the tribunals.
- The tribunals and the renaissance of international criminal law: three themes.
- Speaking of legacy: toward an ethos of modesty at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
- The impact of the ICTY on the former Yugoslavia: an anticipatory postmortem.
- John H. Jackson (1932-2015).
- International law in Chinese courts during the rise of China.
- The Paris Climate Change Agreement: a new hope?
- Sovereignty over disputed territory - international environmental law - transboundary harm - due diligence - environmental impact assessment.
- Energy Charter Treaty - alternative energy production - feed-in tariffs - fair and equitable treatment - regulatory measures - legitimate expectations - relationship between EU law and investment treaties.
- Universal jurisdiction to enforce - torture as crime against humanity - duty to investigate - crimes committed in foreign country - limiting principles - lack of presence of accused.
- Status of treaties in domestic law - priority of federal statutory law over international treaties - parliamentary competence to override treaty provisions - constitutional openness to international law - double taxation treaties.
- The Oxford Handbook of the Law of the Sea.
- Peremptory International Law: Jus Cogens, A General Inventory.
- Russian Approaches to International Law.
- Religious Actors and International Law.
- Sugar and the Making of International Trade Law.