Vol. 44 Nbr. 1-2, March 2011
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- 'The crisis in the implementation of international law'.
- The evolution of international law: arcs and cycles.
- An age of extremes: eight challenges.
- Challenges posed by the new terrorism and the changing nature of war.
- After Osama Bin Laden: assassination, terrorism, war, and international law.
- A ten-year retrospective on the law and the war on terrorism: the role of Army reserve citizen-lawyers.
- The impact of third-party financing on transnational litigation.
- What is this case doing here? Human rights litigation in the courts of the United States.
- Understanding when and how domestic courts apply IHL.
- Security Council Resolution 1973 on Libya: a moment of legal & moral clarity.
- Intervention in Libya, yes; intervention in Syria, no: deciphering the Obama Administration.
- "Price tag": West Bank settlers' terrorizing of Palestinians to deter Israeli government law enforcement.
- Piracy off the coast of Somalia.
- International Law in Crisis: seeking the best prosecution model for Somali pirates.
- Enhancing international efforts to prosecute suspected pirates.
- Non-agricultural market access and services trade.
- The crisis of international law.
- Climate change and crises of international law: possibilities for geographic reenvisioning.
- Three climate crises.
- Fifty years after: a critical look at the Eichmann trial.
- Victims before international criminal courts: some views and concerns of an ICC trial judge.
- Resolving Arctic sovereignty from a Scandinavian perspective.