Nbr. 23, January 2017
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- The ICC regime of victims' reparations: more uncertainties and inconsistencies brought to light by recent cases.
- The immunities of state officials in civil proceedings involving allegations of torture.
- Should MFNT exclude dispute resolution? An evaluation of the Australian approach.
- Mind the gap: child soldiers and the law of targeting.
- The judgments project: a review of the Hague Conference on Private International Law's work in progress.
- The paradox of peacetime espionage in international law: from state practice to first principles.
- Costs Awards by International Courts and Tribunals: Key Lessons from Philip Morris v. Australia.
- Parallel proceedings in investment arbitration: moving forward after Orascom TMT investments v. Algeria.
- Prosecutor v. Ntaganda: the end of impunity for sexual violence against child soldiers?
- High Court of Australia: SZTAL v. Minister for Immigration and Border Protection; SZTGM v. Minister for Immigration and Border Protection.
- Due Process of Law Beyond the State.