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    تاریخ انتشار : 27 تیر 1395 9:8
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    New Zealand Yearbook of International Law

    New Zealand Yearbook of International Law


    2004, Vol.1

    2005, Vol.2

    2006, Vol.3

    2007, Vol.4

    2007-2008, Vol.5

    2008, Vol.6

    2009, Vol.7

    2010, Vol.8

    2011, Vol.9

     

    New Zealand Yearbook of International Law, 2004, Vol.1

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Phil Goff

    INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND GOVERNANCE: A NEW ZEALAND PERSPECTIVE

    pp. 1-7

    Christopher C Joyner

    GULLIVER UNBOUND: US FOREIGN POLICY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERNATIONAL LAW

    pp. 9-57

    Stephen Tully

    CORPORATE- NGO PARTNERSHIPS, BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION AND PROTECTED AREAS: LESSONS FROM THE ENERGY AND BIODIVERSITY INITIATIVE

    pp. 59-102

    Alexander Gillespie

    GOOD GOVERNANCE, CORRUPTION AND VOTE BUYING IN INTERNATIONAL FORUMS

    pp. 103-130

    Sarah Paterson

    NEW ZEALAND IN THE WTO: THE CANADA- DAIRY DISPUTE "CANADA- MEASURES AFFECTING THE IMPORTATION OF MILK AND THE EXPORTATION OF DAIRY PRODUCTS"

    pp. 131-138

    Caroline E. Foster

    THE PARTIAL AWARDS OF THE ERITREA- ETHIOPIA CLAIMS COMMISSION ON THE TREATMENT OF PRISONERS OF WAR

    pp. 139-147

    Jeffrey Loan

    THE COMMON HERITAGE OF MANKIND IN ANTARCTICA: AN ANALYSIS IN LIGHT OF THE THREATS POSED BY CLIMATE CHANGE

    pp. 149-190

    Neil Gilbert

    THE 26TH ANTARCTIC TREATY CONSULTATIVE MEETING (ATCM XXVI) MADRID, JUNE 2003

    pp. 191-198

    Alan D. Hemmings

    MANAGING THE SOUTHERN OCEAN- THE 2003 MEETING OF THE COMMISSION FOR THE CONSERVATION OF ANTARCTIC MARINE LIVING RESOURCES

    pp. 199-205

    Trevor Hughes

    NEW ZEALAND POLICY STATEMENT ON TOURISM AND OTHER NON- GOVERNMENTAL ACTIVITIES IN ANTARCTICA

    pp. 207-209

     

    Antarctic Treaty, The Antarctica and the Southern Ocean

    pp. 211-218

     

    NEW ZEALAND STATEMENT OF STRATEGIC INTEREST IN ANTARCTICA REVISED 2002

    pp. 219-221

    MARK GOBBI

    TREATY ACTION AND IMPLEMENTATION

    pp. 223-319

    Alex Conte

    NEW ZEALAND DEFENCE FORCE OPERATIONS

    pp. 321-330

    Barbara von Tigerstrom, Scott Davidson, Alex Conte

    HUMAN RIGHTS REPORTING AND CONFERENCE STATEMENTS

    pp. 331-344

     

    International Decisions Involving New Zealand Notes

    pp. 345-347

    New Zealand Yearbook of International Law, 2005, Vol.2

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Paul Oertly

    FIFTEEN YEARS OF INDIVIDUAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMPLAINTS TO THE UNITED NATIONS: THE NEW ZEALAND EXPERIENCE

    pp. 1-50

    Caroline E. Foster

    Legal Consequences of the Construction of a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory: The Advisory Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice, Human Security and Necessity Articles and Commentaries

    pp. 51-100

    Miron Mushkat, Roda Mushkat

    INTERNATIONAL LAW AND GAME THEORY: A MARRIAGE OF CONVENIENCE OR STRANGE BEDFELLOWS?

    pp. 101-125

    Brian Myers

    THE RIGHT TO KILL OR THE OBLIGATION TO DIE: THE STATUS OF THE DEFENCE OF DURESS FOLLOWING NEW ZEALAND'S IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ROME STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

    pp. 127-168

    Ian Brownlie

    REMEDIES IN THE SPHERE OF HUMAN RIGHTS

    pp. 169-183

    Claudia Geiringer

    CASE NOTE: RAMEKA v NEW ZEALAND

    pp. 185-205

    Ruth Nicholls

    CORRUPTION IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC: THE POTENTIAL IMPACT OF THE UN CONVENTION AGAINST CORRUPTION ON PACIFIC ISLAND STATES

    pp. 207-266

    Tony Angelo

    COMMENTARY ON THE PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM

    pp. 267-270

    Bob Hughes

    REPORT ON THE SOUTH PACIFIC COUNTRIES

    pp. 271-279

    Ivana Zovko

    THE INTERNATIONAL LIABILITY AND COMPENSATION REGIMES RELATING TO VESSEL- SOURCED POLLUTION OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT: CASE STUDY OF THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

    pp. 281-326

    Trevor Hughes

    STRENGTHENING THE ANTARCTIC TREATY SYSTEM: ADVANCES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ANTARCTIC TOURISM AND FISHING OVER 2004

    pp. 327-333

    Kees Bastmeijer

    MANAGING HUMAN ACTIVITIES IN ANTARCTICA: SHOULD WILDERNESS PROTECTION COUNT?

    pp. 335-353

    Mark Gobbi

    TREATY ACTION AND IMPLEMENTATION

    pp. 357-406

    Alex Conte

    NEW ZEALAND DEFENCE FORCE OPERATIONS

    pp. 407-414

    New Zealand Yearbook of International Law, 2006, Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    David Evans, Penelope Ridings

    A DECADE OF WTO DISPUTE SETTLEMENT: NEW ZEALAND'S EXPERIENCE

    pp. 1-15

     

    TRADE, THE ENVIRONMENT, AND THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION: A DEVELOPING COUNTRY PERSPECTIVE ON WTO AGREEMENTS CONCERNING STANDARDS, REGULATIONS AND NON- TARIFF BARRIERS TO TRADE

    pp. 17-42

    Amokura Kawharu

    PRINCIPLES OF NON- DISCRIMINATION IN TARRIF PREFERENCES SCHEMES: THE WTO APPELLATE BODY'S DECISION IN EC- PREFERENCES AND THE POLICY IMPACT ON THE EUROPEAN UNION

    pp. 43-67

    Adam McBeth

    WHEN NOBODY COMES TO THE PARTY: WHY HAVE NO STATES USED THE WTO SCHEME FOR COMPULSORY LICENSING OF ESSENTIAL MEDICINES?

    pp. 69-100

    Lindsay Moir

    CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

    pp. 101-130

    Xiaodong Yang

    JUS COGENS AND STATE IMMUNITY

    pp. 131-179

    Tony Angelo

    COMMENTARY ON THE PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM 2004- 2005

    pp. 183-190

    Bob Hughes

    REPORT ON THE SOUTH PACIFIC COUNTRIES 2005

    pp. 191-198

    Elana Geddis

    LIABILITY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EMERGENCIES IN ANTARCTICA

    pp. 201-206

    Alan Hemmings

    REGIME OVERLAP IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN: THE CASE OF SOUTHERN BLUE FIN TUNA AND CCSBT IN THE CCAMLR AREA

    pp. 207-217

    Mark Gobbi

    TREATY ACTION AND IMPLEMENTATION

    pp. 221-266

    Alex Conte

    NEW ZEALAND DEFENCE FORCE ACTIVITY

    pp. 267-278

    New Zealand Yearbook of International Law, 2007, Vol.4

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    William A. Schabas

    REGIONS, REGIONALISM AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW

    pp. 3-23

    Richard Burchill

    INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNALS AT THE REGIONAL LEVEL: LESSONS FROM INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

    pp. 25-44

    Steven Freeland

    THE INTERNATIONALIZATION OF JUSTICE- A CASE FOR THE UNIVERSAL APPLICATION OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW NORMS

    pp. 45-65

    Regina E. Rauxloh

    REGIONALISATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

    pp. 67-84

    John Hopkins

    WHAT'S WRONG WITH REGIONALISING INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW?

    pp. 85-99

    Roger S. Clark

    POSSIBLE AMENDMENTS FOR THE FIRST ICC REVIEW CONFERENCE IN 2009

    pp. 103-119

    Claire Charters

    THE ROAD TO THE ADOPTION OF THE DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

    pp. 121-133

    Hine- Wai Loose

    2005- YEAR OF THE NUCLEAR NON- PROLIFERATION TREATY- BUT WHAT HAPPENED TO NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT?

    pp. 135-158

    Amokura Kawharu

    PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND TRANSPARENCY IN INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT ARBITRATION: SUEZ v ARGENTINA

    pp. 159-172

    Claire Nielsen

    THE EXECUTIVE TREATY- MAKING PREROGATIVE: A HISTORY AND CRITIQUE

    pp. 173-204

    Peter Rowe

    NON- INTERNATIONAL ARMED CONFLICT AND THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS: CHECHINYA FROM 1999

    pp. 205-226

    Joanna Mossop

    REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANISATIONS UNDER THE PACIFIC PLAN

    pp. 229-246

    Ailsa Ceri Warnock

    Small Island Developing States of the Pacific and Climate Change: Adaptation and Alternatives The South Pacific

    pp. 247-286

    Tony Angelo

    COMMENTARY ON THE PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM 2005- 2006

    pp. 287-293

    Bob Hughes

    COMMENTARY ON SOUTH PACIFIC COUNTRIES 2006

    pp. 295-301

    Trevor Hughes

    CCAMLR IN THE ANTARCTIC TREATY SYSTEM: NEW ZEALAND'S INITIATIVE AT ATCM XXIX

    pp. 305-307

    Mark Gobbi

    TREATY ACTION AND IMPLEMENTATION

    pp. 311-347

    Mark Gobbi

    IN SEARCH OF INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS AND OBLIGATIONS RELEVANT TO NEW ZEALAND ACTS

    pp. 349-393

    New Zealand Yearbook of International Law, 2007-2008, Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    John Goodman

    MYTHS OF GLOBALISATION: POWER, LEGITIMACY AND SOVEREIGNTY

    pp. 3-35

    Nina Khouri

    BIRD FLU, TRIPS AND THE CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW DOCTRINE OF NECESSITY

    pp. 37-64

    A.H. Angelo, Ping Xiong

    FREE TRADE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA AND THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW ZEALAND

    pp. 65-90

    Sunita Patel

    SUPERIOR ORDERS AND DETAINEE ABUSE IN IRAQ

    pp. 91-130

    Bruce Ossie Oswald

    ACCOUNTABILITY FOR THE TREATMENT OF CIVILIAN DETAINEES DURING MILITARY OPERATIONS: DEVELOPING PRINCIPLED PRACTICE

    pp. 131-162

    Treasa Dunworth

    FROM RHETORIC TO REALITY: PROSECUTING WAR CRIMINALS IN NEW ZEALAND- THE YA'ALON CASE

    pp. 163-189

    Natalie Baird

    INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

    pp. 193-198

    Claire Charters, Ngati Whakaue

    INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTS UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW

    pp. 199-207

    Treasa Dunworth

    INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW

    pp. 208-211

    Ceri Warnock

    INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

    pp. 212-216

    Joanna Mossop

    LAW OF THE SEA AND FISHERIES

    pp. 217-222

    Trevor Hughes

    THE ANTARCTIC TREATY SYSTEM

    pp. 223-225

    Michael Hahn

    INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW

    pp. 226-235

    Kennedy Graham

    NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT AND NON- PROLIFERATION

    pp. 236-251

    Tony Angelo

    THE PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM 2007

    pp. 255-260

    Tony Angelo

    IN AND ABOUT THE REALM OF NEW ZEALAND

    pp. 261-266

    Tony Angelo

    CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENTS FOR PITCAIRN ISLANDS

    pp. 267-270

     

    STRATEGIES FOR THE FUTURE: PROTECTING HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE PACFIC

    pp. 271-275

    Mark Gobbi

    TREATY ACTION AND IMPLEMENTATION

    pp. 279-326

    Mark Gobbi

    IN SEARCH OF INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS AND OBLIGATIONS RELEVANT TO NEW ZEALAND REGULATIONS

    pp. 327-372

    New Zealand Yearbook of International Law, 2008, Vol.6

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Donald R Rothwell, Hitoshi Nasu

    ANTARCTICA AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY DISCOURSE: A PRIMER

    pp. 3-23

    Christopher C. Joyner

    CHALLENGES TO THE ANTARCTIC TREATY: LOOKING BACK TO SEE AHEAD

    pp. 25-62

    Duncan French

    GLOBAL PRINCIPLES, UNIVERSAL VALUES AND THE ATS: REGIME INTEGRITY AS ANTARCTIC SECURITY

    pp. 63-75

    Alan D. Hemmings

    BEYOND CLAIMS: TOWARDS A NON- TERRITORIAL ANTARCTIC SECURITY PRISM FOR AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

    pp. 77-91

    Julia Jabour

    'SAFE SHIPS AND CLEAN SEAS': EVADING A MANDATORY SHIPPING CODE FOR ANTARCTIC WATERS

    pp. 93-110

    Karen N. Scott

    MARINE SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND THE SOUTHERN OCEAN: BALANCING RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS IN A SECURITY- RELATED CONTEXT

    pp. 111-135

    Neil Boister

    NEW ZEALAND AND THE 'SUPREME INTERNATIONAL CRIME': VENGEANCE OR HYPOCRISY?

    pp. 137-154

    James Potter

    THE THRESHOLD IN THE PROPOSED DEFINITION OF THE CRIME OF AGGRESSION

    pp. 155-168

    Netta Goussac

    TERRITORIALITY AND THE CRIME OF AGGRESSION

    pp. 169-182

    Sascha Mueller

    THE CRIME OF AGGRESSION UNDER GERMAN LAW

    pp. 183-193

    Kennedy Graham

    STAGE- FRIGHT IN "GODSOWN": THE NEW ZEALAND PARLIAMENT AND THE INTERNATIONAL NONAGGRESSION AND LAWFUL USE OF FORCE BILL

    pp. 195-206

    Roger S. Clark

    ELEMENTS OF CRIMES IN EARLY CONFIRMATION DECISIONS OF PRE-TRIAL CHAMBERS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

    pp. 209-238

    Erica Leaney

    ASSIGNMENT OF COUNSEL OF CHOICE TO INDIGENT ACCUSED AT THE ICTR: AN ANALYSIS OF A THREAT TO FAIR TRIAL RIGHTS AND WHAT MAY BE DONE ABOUT IT

    pp. 239-271

    Alan D. Hemmingst, Tim Stephens

    RECONCILING REGIONAL AND GLOBAL DISPENSATIONS: THE IMPLICATIONS OF SUB-ANTARCTIC EXTENDED CONTINENTAL SHELF PENETRATION OF THE ANTARCTIC TREATY AREA

    pp. 273-291

    Natalie Baird

    INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

    pp. 295-301

    Claire Charters

    INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTS UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW

    pp. 302-314

    Treasa Dunworth

    INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW

    pp. 315-322

    Ceri Warnock

    INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

    pp. 323-323

    Joanna Mossop

    LAW OF THE SEA AND FISHERIES

    pp. 324-330

    Trevor Hughes

    THE ANTARCTIC TREATY SYSTEM

    pp. 331-333

    Tracey Epps

    INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW

    pp. 334-340

     

    NUCLEAR WEAPONS, NON- PROLIFERATION AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY

    pp. 341-361

    Tony Angelo

    THE PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM 2008

    pp. 365-368

    Brenda Heather Latu

    SOUTH PACIFIC JOURNEYS IN 2008

    pp. 369-376

    Mark Gobbi

    TREATY ACTION AND IMPLEMENTATION

    pp. 379-423

    New Zealand Yearbook of International Law, 2009, Vol.7

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    STEFAN TALMON

    NEW ZEALAND'S POLICY OF IMPLIED RECOGNITION OF STATES: ONE STEP AHEAD OR FALLING BEHIND?

    pp. 3-20

    CLAIRE BREEN

    LAW, POLICY AND PRACTICE: THE UNITED NATIONS COLLECTIVE SECURITY REGIME AND THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE NEW ZEALAND DEFENCE FORCE

    pp. 21-50

    STEPHEN R. TULLY

    GETTING IT WRONG OR BEING IGNORED: TEN WORDS ON ADVICE FOR GOVERNMENT LAWYERS

    pp. 51-83

    MICHAEL BOWMAN

    TRANSCENDING THE FISHERIES PARADIGM: TOWARDS A RATIONAL APPROACH TO DETERMINING THE FUTURE OF THE INTERNATIONAL WHALING COMMISSION

    pp. 85-130

    TREVOR RYAN

    SEA SHEPHERD V GREENPEACE? COMPARING ANTIWHALING STRATEGIES IN JAPANESE COURTS

    pp. 131-168

    JOANNA MOSSOP

    AUSTRALIA VJAPAN: WHALING IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE

    pp. 169-177

    DUNCAN FRENCH, RICHARD KIRKHAM

    COMPLAINT AND GRIEVANCE MECHANISMS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW: ONE PIECE OF THE ACCOUNTABILITY JIGSAW?

    pp. 179-206

    HANNAH YIU

    JUS COGENS, THE VETO AND THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT: A NEW PERSPECTIVE

    pp. 207-253

    K. J. KEITH

    RESOLVING INTERNATIONAL DISPUTES: THE ROLE OF COURTS

    pp. 255-267

    TONY ANGELO

    PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM 2009

    pp. 271-276

    Brenda Heather Latu

    Turmoil in the Pacific 2009- A Year Perhaps Best Forgotten

    pp. 277-284

    A. H. Angelo, R. Kessebohm

    THE NEW CONSTITUTION OF PITCAIRN: A PRIMER

    pp. 285-296

    Natalie Baird

    INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

    pp. 299-307

    Fleur Adcock, Claire Charters

    INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTS UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW

    pp. 308-320

    Treasa Dunworth

    INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW

    pp. 321-327

    Geoffrey Leane, Josephine Toop

    INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

    pp. 328-335

    Joanna Mossop

    LAW OF THE SEA AND FISHERIES

    pp. 336-342

    Trevor Hughes

    THE ANTARCTIC TREATY SYSTEM

    pp. 343-345

    Tracey Epps

    INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW

    pp. 346-353

    Alberto Costi

    NUCLEAR WEAPONS, NON- PROLIFERATION AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY

    pp. 354-377

    MARK GOBBI

    TREATY ACTION AND IMPLEMENTATION

    pp. 381-431

    New Zealand Yearbook of International Law, 2010, Vol.8

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    JANE KELSEY

    HOW THE TRANS- PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT COULD HEIGHTEN FINANCIAL INSTABILITY AND FORECLOSE GOVERNMENTS' REGULATORY SPACE

    pp. 3-43

    JESSICA GIOVANELLI

    Australia- Apples: How the WTO Appellate Body Dealt with the Application of Jurisprudence from the Continued Suspension Dispute

    pp. 45-67

    BENEDETTA UBERTAZZI

    TERRITORIAL AND UNIVERSAL PROTECTION OF INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE FROM MISAPPROPRIATION

    pp. 69-106

    MOHSEN AL ATTAR

    THE TRANSNATIONAL PEASANT MOVEMENT: LEGALISING FREEDOM FROM WANT

    pp. 107-144

    JUSTIN HARDER

    A FUTURE PERSPECTIVE ON THE DISPOSITION OF THE INSANE AND THE UNFIT TO STAND TRIAL IN THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

    pp. 145-163

    TONY ANGELO

    COMMENTARY ON THE PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM 2010

    pp. 167-170

    KATHRYN HAY

    'THE CANOE WILL SAIL WHEN THE WIND IS RIGHT': MOVING TOWARD SUB-REGIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS ARRANGEMENTS IN THE PACIFIC?

    pp. 171-180

    TONY ANGELO, ELISABETH PERHAM

    THE REPORT OF THE FOREIGN AFFAIRS, DEFENCE AND TRADE COMMITTEE ON NEW ZEALAND'S RELATIONSHIPS WITH SOUTH PACIFIC COUNTRIES

    pp. 181-194

    Natalie Baird

    INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

    pp. 197-202

    Fleur Adcock, Claire Charters

    INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTS UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW

    pp. 203-213

    Treasa Dunworth

    INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW

    pp. 214-217

    Geoffrey Leane, Josephine Toop

    INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

    pp. 218-230

    Joanna Mossop

    LAW OF THE SEA AND FISHERIES

    pp. 231-237

    Alan D. Hemmings

    THE ANTARCTIC TREATY SYSTEM

    pp. 238-242

    Tracey Epps

    INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW

    pp. 243-251

    Alberto Costi

    NUCLEAR WEAPONS, NON- PROLIFERATION AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY

    pp. 252-279

    MARK GOBBI

    TREATY ACTION AND IMPLEMENTATION

    pp. 283-335

    New Zealand Yearbook of International Law, 2011, Vol.9

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    C. BRIGHTON

    SPECULATION AND SIGNIFICANCE: JAPAN'S SCIENTIFIC WHALING BEFORE THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE

    pp. 3-33

    LEWIS MILLS

    BEREFT OF LIFE? THE CHARTER PROHIBITION ON THE USE OF FORCE, NON- STATE ACTORS AND THE PLACE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE

    pp. 35-68

    PATRICK C. R. TERRY

    THE WAR IN AFGHANISTAN- WAS THE USE OF FORCE LEGAL AND/ OR WISE?

    pp. 69-120

    KATE NEILSON

    ENDING IMPUNITY: BRINGING SUPERIORS OF PRIVATE MILITARY AND SECURITY COMPANY PERSONNEL TO JUSTICE

    pp. 121-160

    ANDREAS SCHLOENHARDT, ELLEN BEVAN

    TO RATIFY OR NOT TO RATIFY? EXPLORING THE BARRIERS TO WIDER RATIFICATION OF THE TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS PROTOCOL

    pp. 161-184

    ALEX CONTE

    REFLECTIONS AND CHALLENGES: ENTERING INTO THE SECOND CYCLE OF THE UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW MECHANISM

    pp. 187-202

    ELANA GEDDIS

    "MOVING FORWARD- BUT WHERE IS IT HEADING?" A COMMENT ON DEVELOPMENTS IN THE UN SIXTH COMMITTEE'S DISCUSSIONS ON UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION

    pp. 203-212

    AH ANGELO

    THE PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM 2011

    pp. 215-217

    ELISABETH ROSE PERHAM

    CITIZENSHIP LAWS IN THE REALM OF NEW ZEALAND

    pp. 219-240

    CHRIS NOONAN

    TRADE NEGOTIATIONS WITH THE PACIFIC ISLANDS: PROMISE, PROCESS AND PROGNOSIS

    pp. 241-283

    Natalie Baird

    INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

    pp. 287-295

    Fleur Adcock

    INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTS UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW

    pp. 296-307

    Treasa Dunworth

    INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW

    pp. 308-315

    Josephine Toop

    INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

    pp. 316-328

    Joanna Mossop

    LAW OF THE SEA AND FISHERIES

    pp. 329-334

    Alan D. Hemmings

    THE ANTARCTIC TREATY SYSTEM

    pp. 335-340

    Tracey Epps

    INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW

    pp. 341-348

    MARK GOBBI

    TREATY ACTION AND IMPLEMENTATION

    pp. 351-389

    Elizabeth Toomey

    Property Rights and Sustainability the Evolution of Property Rights to Meet Ecological Challenges: Edited by David Grinlinton and Prue Taylor

    pp. 393-398

    Ceri Warnock

    Compensation for Environmental Damages under International Law: The Role of the International Judge: Tarcisio Hardman Reis Book Review

    pp. 399-401

    Kris Gledhil

    Freedom from Poverty: NGOs and Human Rights Praxis: Daniel PL Choong

    pp. 402-403

    Stephen Eliot Smith

    The Principle of Legality in International and Comparative Criminal Law: Kenneth S Gallant

    pp. 404-405

    Mohesn al Attar

    War, Commerce, and International Law: James Thuo Gathii

    pp. 406-417

     


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