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Journal of International Law & Policy: Issues

The Journal of International Law & Policy merged with the Journal of International Economic Law in 2007. The Journal of International Law & Policy no longer publishes however it’s archived materials may be found below.

The Journal of International Economic Law now publishes as the Journal of International Law. It’s archived issues may be found here.

Volume V, 2006-2007

Articles

The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda as Theater: The Social Negotiation of the Moral Authority of International Law (PDF)
John K. M. Ohnesorge

Old Questions and New Challenges for the U.N. Security System: The Role of the Security Council in the Light of the Charter’s Reform (PDF)
Dapo Akande, University of Oxford, Oxford, England; Tim Murithi, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa; Tarcisio Gazzini, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland; Nikolaos Tsagourias, University of Bristol, Bristol, England; and Enrico Milano, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Comments
Prerequisites to Class Action Certification: A Comparison of New Israeli Law and Rule 23(a) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (PDF)
Eran B. Taussig
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and its Global Impact (PDF)
Paul Lanois
Human Rights and the World Trade Organization: The Right to Essential Medicines and the TRIPS Agreement (PDF)
Christopher Butler
Essays
The Conundrum of the Piran Bay: Slovenia v. Croatia—The Case of Maritime Delimitation (PDF)
Matej Avbelj, European University Institute, Florence, Italy; and Jernej Letnar Cernic, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and its Global Impact (PDF)
Paul Lanois
Unilateral Deployment of Armed Force for the Protection of Human Rights (PDF)
Phillip Morgan, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom

 

Volume IV, 2006-2007

Articles

Legitimacy and UN Administration of Territory (PDF)
Bernhard Knoll, European University Institute, Florence, Italy

Don’t Stop Now: The Development of the International Law Right to Use Force in Self-Defense (PDF)
Corinne Lewis, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, United Kingdom
Torture, Terrorism, and the Ticking Bomb: A Principled Response (PDF)
Rory Stephen Brown, European University Institute, Florence, Italy
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Handcuffs or Papers: Universal Jurisdiction for Crimes of Jus Cogens, or Is There Another Route? (PDF)
Jonathan Garson

 

Volume III, 2005-2006

Articles

Future Challenges for the WTO Dispute Resolution System (PDF)
Professor Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, Joint Chair at the European University Institute and its Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, Florence, Italy

Rethinking Asylum: The Feasibility of Human Security as New Ratione Personae Protection (PDF)
Mehreen Afzal, European University Institute, Florence, Italy

The Hamburg 9/11 Terrorism Trials: Prospects for German Legal Reform and Intelligence Sharing (PDF)
Joseph Wheatley

Beyond Statism: A New Approach to Development Assistance in the 21st Century (PDF)
Douglas Gilman, University College, Oxford University, England
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The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and Its Implementation in Japan and Sweden (PDF)
Lisa Pilnik
Today’s Living, Tomorrow’s Dead: Analyzing the Duty to Prosecute or Extradite Grave Breaches of the Geneva Conventions (PDF)
Anthony Ciolli

 

Volume II, 2004-2005

Articles

Rethinking the Role of US and Foreign-based Nongovernmental Organizations in Cuba (Appendix A) (PDF)
Matthew Brady and Loren Stewart

Legitimizing the Illegitimate: Disregarding the Rule of Law in Estrada v. Desierto and Estrada v. Macapagal-Arroyo (PDF)
Sabrina Querubin, Ana Rhia T. Muhi, and Charisse F. Gonzales-Olalia

Article VI of the Non-Proliferation Treaty is a Pactum de Contrahendo and has Serious Legal Obligation by Implication (PDF)
David Simon

The Law of War, the Non-State Actor, and Due Process: Did the Illegal Combatant Kill the Enemy Alien? (PDF)
Thomas Stenson

 

Volume V, 2006-2007

Articles
No Firm Ground: Claims of Torture in Guantanamo Bay (PDF)
Matthew Brady
From Cape Town to The Hague: Harmonization Has Taken Wing (PDF)
Sandeep Gopalan
Command Responsibility Doctrine: Formulation through Ford v. Garcia and Romagoza v. Garcia (PDF)
Cortney Hoecherl
Vital to Adversary System or Adversary of Justice? A Comparative Discussion of Attorney-Client Confidentiality Rules and the Public Safety Exception to Nondisclosure in the United States and Canada (PDF)
Andrew Marble
Compensating War Victims in Iraq and Afghanistan (PDF)
Benjamin Schmidt
Flags of Inconvenience: Freedom and Insecurity on the High Sea (PDF)
Tina Shaughnessy & Ellen Tobi
Inchoate Crimes and Criminal Responsibility under International Law (PDF)
Thomas Stenson
The Wages of War: Toward a Legal and Legitimate Role for Private Military Companies in Africa (PDF)
Joseph Wheatley
“Public Officials” and “Public Figures”: A Comparative Study of U.S. and Taiwan Defamation Law (PDF)
Ching-Yuan Yeh
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