October 21, 2005
September Issue of the European Journal of International Law
The September issue of the European Journal of International Law contains papers presented in the Foreign Occupation and International Law Symposium. Here is a partial table of contents.
The Design of International Agreements
Andrew T. Guzman, Eur J Int Law 2005 16:579-612
Guantanamo Bay and the Annihilation of the Exception
Fleur Johns, Eur J Int Law 2005 16:613-635.
From Benchmarking to Final Status? Kosovo and The Problem of an International Administration's Open-Ended Mandate
Bernhard Knoll, Eur J Int Law 2005 16:637-660.
Symposium: Foreign Occupation and International Law
Legislation and Maintenance of Public Order and Civil Life by Occupying Powers
Marco Sassoli, Eur J Int Law 2005 16:661-694.
Foreign Occupation and International Territorial Administration: The Challenges of Convergence
Steven R. Ratner, Eur J Int Law 2005 16:695-719.
The Antinomies of Transformative Occupation
Nehal Bhuta, Eur J Int Law 2005 16:721-740.
A Human Rights Law of Internal Armed Conflict: The European Court of Human Rights in Chechnya
William Abresch, Eur J Int Law 2005 16:741-767.
An Inquiry into the Turkish 'School' of International Law
Berdal Aral, Eur J Int Law 2005 16:769-785.
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