Vol. 40 Nbr. 1-3, December - December 2011
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- Messages to Professor Nanda from some former students.
- Challenging history: the role of international law in the U.S. legal system.
- The future of human rights in the age of globalization.
- The politics of international justice - U.S. policy and the legitimacy of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.
- The future of international law in its administrative mode.
- The ICJ: on its own.
- The war on terror: where we have been, are, and should be going.
- Establishing norms for private military and security companies.
- Palestine's admission to UNESCO: consequences within the United Nations?
- Earned sovereignty: the future of sovereignty-based conflict resolution.
- International lawlessness, international politics and the problem of terrorism: a conundrum of international law and U.S. foreign policy.
- A note to states defending humanitarian intervention: examining viable arguments before the International Court of Justice.
- R2P=MDGS implementing the responsibility to protect through the millennium development goals.
- Reflections on "development," "developing countries" and the "progressive development" of international trade and intellectual property law.
- Poverty, Islamist extremism, and the debacle of Doha Round counter-terrorism.
- World trade law after Doha: multilateral, regional, and national approaches.
- The international law of antitrust compliance.
- Beyond the Doha Round: towards development facilitation in the world trading system.
- Testing the jurisdictional limits of the international investment regime: the blocking of social media and Internet censorship.
- The impact of corruption on international trade.
- The common heritage of mankind: past, present, and future.
- Particularly sensitive sea areas-protecting the marine environment in the territorial seas and exclusive economic zones.
- The future of environmental dispute resolution.
- The role of Brownfields as sites for mixed use development projects in America and Britain.
- Renovating space: the future of international space law.