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International & Comparative Law Quarterly – Volume 68 – Issue 3 – July 2019

International & Comparative Law Quarterly

Volume 68 – Issue 3 – July 2019

ISSN: 0020-5893 (Print), 1471-6895 (Online)

The International & Comparative Law Quarterly (ICLQ) publishes papers on public and private international law, comparative law, human rights and European law, and is one of the world’s leading journals covering all these areas. Since it was founded in 1952 the ICLQ has built a reputation for publishing innovative and original articles within the various fields, and also spanning them, exploring the connections between the subject areas. It offers both academics and practitioners wide topical coverage, without compromising rigorous editorial standards.
The ICLQ attracts scholarship of the highest standard from around the world, which contributes to the maintenance of its truly international frame of reference. The ‘Shorter Articles and Notes’ section enables the discussion of contemporary legal issues and ‘Book Reviews’ highlight the most important new publications in these various fields. The ICLQ is the journal of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, and is published by Cambridge University Press

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ARTICLES
THE ASSAULT ON INTERNATIONAL ADJUDICATION AND THE LIMITS OF WITHDRAWAL
Campbell McLachlan
STATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR MODERN SLAVERY: UNCOVERING AND BRIDGING THE GAP
Philippa Webb and Rosana Garciandia
VULNERABILITY AND THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION’S DRAFT ARTICLES ON THE PROTECTION OF PERSONS IN THE EVENT OF DISASTERS
Thérèse O’Donnell
BLANKET BANS, SUBSIDIARITY, AND THE PROCEDURAL TURN OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Peter Cumper and Tom Lewis
JURISDICTION AND FREEZING INJUNCTIONS: A REASSESSMENT
Filip Saranovic
TAKING THE MEASURE OF CHANGING LABOUR MOBILIZATION AT THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANISATION IN THE WAKE OF THE EU SOVEREIGN DEBT CRISIS
Claire Kilpatrick

SHORT ARTICLES
THE LEGAL CHARACTER OF ARTICLE 18 OF THE VIENNA CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF TREATIES
Paul Gragl and Malgosia Fitzmaurice
DISTORTED TERMINOLOGY: THE UK’S CLOSURE OF INVESTIGATIONS INTO ALLEGED TORTURE AND INHUMAN TREATMENT IN IRAQ
Elizabeth Stubbins Bates
THE HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENCE IN INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT ARBITRATION: EXPLORING THE LIMITS OF SYSTEMIC INTEGRATION
Johannes Hendrik Fahner and Matthew Happold
HUMAN RIGHTS IN INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW: THE 2016 MOROCCO–NIGERIA BILATERAL INVESTMENT TREATY
Niccolò Zugliani

BOOK REVIEWS
ALEXANDER PROELSS, United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: A Commentary (Alan Boyle)
ALAN GREENE, Permanent States of Emergency and the Rule of Law: Constitutions in an Age of Crisis (Conor Gearty)
FRED L BORCH, Military Trials of War Criminals in the Netherlands East Indies 1946–1949 (Suzannah Linton)

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