Vol. 43 Nbr. 2, March 2010
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- The responsibility to protect and the decline of sovereignty: free speech protection under international law.
- Superior responsibility of civilians for international crimes committed in civilian settings.
- Civil society and democracy in Japan, Iran, Iraq and beyond.
- Legal techniques for dealing with scientific uncertainty in environmental law.
- The conflict between the Alien Tort Statute litigation and foreign amnesty laws.
- Private certification versus public certification in the international environmental arena: the Marine Stewardship Council and Marine Eco-Label Japan Fisheries Certification schemes as case studies.