New Issue: Cambridge International Law Journal

New Issue: Cambridge International Law Journal

The latest issue of the Cambridge International Law Journal (Vol. 6, no. 1, June 2017) (formerly, the Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law) is out. Contents include:
  • Michael A Becker, The dispute that wasn’t there: judgments in the Nuclear Disarmament cases at the International Court of Justice
  • Letizia Lo Giacco, Swinging between finding and justification: judicial citation and international law-making
  • Andreas Dimopoulos, The representation of disability in the media in the UK and France: implications for free speech and diversity in light of Article 8 of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
  • Helin M Laufer, War, weapons and watchdogs: an assessment of the legality of new weapons under international human rights law
  • Fenghua Li, The Yukos cases and the provisional application of the Energy Charter Treaty
  • Yen Hoang Tran, The South China Sea Arbitral Award: legal implications for fisheries management and cooperation in the South China Sea

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