New Issue: Leiden Journal of International Law

New Issue: Leiden Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Leiden Journal of International Law (Vol. 30, no. 1, March 2017) is out. Contents include:

  • Editorial
    • Eric De Brabandere & Ingo Venzke, The Leiden Journal of International Law at 30
  • International Legal Theory
    • Patricia Popelier & Catherine Van de Heyning, Subsidiarity Post-Brighton: Procedural Rationality as Answer?
    • Tor-Inge Harbo, Introducing Procedural Proportionality Review in European Law
  • International Law and Practice
    • Seunghwan Kim, Non-Refoulement and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction: State Sovereignty and Migration Controls at Sea in the European Context
    • Federico Ortino, Investment Treaties, Sustainable Development and Reasonableness Review: A Case Against Strict Proportionality Balancing
    • Federica I. Paddeu, Use of Force against Non-state Actors and the Circumstance Precluding Wrongfulness of Self-Defence
    • Susannah Willcox, Climate Change and Atoll Island States: Pursuing a ‘Family Resemblance’ Account of Statehood
  • Hague International Tribunals: International Court of Justice
    • Kenneth J. Keith, Challenges to the Independence of the International Judiciary: Reflections on the International Court of Justice
  • International Criminal Courts and Tribunals
    • Alison Bisset, The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination in Truth Commission-Administered Accountability Initiatives
    • Harry Hobbs, Towards a Principled Justification for the Mixed Composition of Hybrid International Criminal Tribunals
    • Nidal Nabil Jurdi, The Complementarity Regime of the International Criminal Court in Practice: Is it Truly Serving the Purpose? Some Lessons from Libya
    • Joanna Kyriakakis, Corporations before International Criminal Courts: Implications for the International Criminal Justice Project
    • Joris van Wijk & Barbora Holá, Acquittals in International Criminal Justice: Pyrrhic Victories?
  • Review Essay
    • Florian F. Hoffmann, Twin Siblings: Fresh Perspectives on Law in Development (and Vice Versa)

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