Symposium: Kosovo at the ICJ

Symposium: Kosovo at the ICJ

The latest issue of the German Law Journal (Vol. 11, no. 8, 2010) contains a symposium on the International Court of Justice’s advisory opinion on Kosovo. Contents include:

  • Lara Appicciafuoco, The Promotion of the Rule of Law in the Western Balkans: The European Union’s Role
  • Martina Spernbauer, EULEX Kosovo: The Difficult Deployment and Challenging Implementation of the Most Comprehensive Civilian EU Operation to Date
  • Dren Doli & Fisnik Korenica, Kosovar Constitutional Court’s Jurisdiction: Searching for Strengths and Weaknesses
  • Michael Bothe, Kosovo – So What? The Holding of the International Court of Justice is not the Last Word on Kosovo’s Independence
  • Robert Howse & Ruti Teitel, Delphic Dictum: How Has the ICJ Contributed to the Global Rule of Law by its Ruling on Kosovo?
  • Björn Arp, The ICJ Advisory Opinion on the Accordance with International Law of the Unilateral Declaration of Independence in Respect of Kosovo and the International Protection of Minorities
  • Robert Muharremi, A Note on the ICJ Advisory Opinion on Kosovo
  • Thomas Burri, The Kosovo Opinion and Secession: The Sounds of Silence and Missing Links
  • James E. Moliterno, What the ICJ’s Decision Means for Kosovars
  • Elena Cirkovic, An Analysis of the ICJ Advisory Opinion on Kosovo’s Unilateral Declaration of Independence
  • Hanna Jamar & Mary Katherine Vigness, Applying Kosovo: Looking to Russia, China, Spain and Beyond After the International Court of Justice Opinion on Unilateral Declarations of Independence

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