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Newly published articles: Asian Journal of International Law

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Newly published articles: Asian Journal of International Law

Articles available online ahead of being assigned to an issue. Published Online on 23rd November 2015


The Transnational Protection of Private Rights: Issues, Challenges, and Possible Solutions
Sundaresh MENON

Problems of Interaction Between the International and Domestic Legal Orders
Hisashi OWADA

Public Health and the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement
Andrew D. MITCHELL, Tania VOON and Devon WHITTLE

Decolonizing the International Court of Justice: The Experience of Judge Sir Muhammad Zafrulla Khan in the South West Africa Cases

The Implications of the Acquisition of a New Nationality for the Right of Return of Palestinian Refugees

Heritage Listing as a Tool for Advocacy: The Possibilities for Dissent, Contestation, and Emancipation in International Law Through International Cultural Heritage Law

Book Reviews

Regionalism in International Investment Law edited by Leon E. TRAKMAN and Nicola W. RANIERI. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press, 2013, xvii + 533 pp. Hardcover: £91.00.
Prabhash RANJAN

Investment Law Within International Law – Integrationist Perspectives edited by Freya BAETENS. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. 493 pp. Softcover: £85.00.
Jean HO

Indirect Expropriation in International Law by Sebastian López ESCARCENA. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2014. xxxix + 254 pp. Hardcover: £72.00.
Aniruddha RAJPUT

Hybrid Justice: The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia by John D. CIORCIARI and Anne HEINDEL. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2014. 433 pp. Hardback: $70.00.
Mikael BAAZ

Crimes Against Peace” and International Law by Kirsten SELLARS. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013. xv + 316 pp. Hardcover: £70.00.

The United Nations Human Rights Council: A Critique and Early Assessment by Rosa FREEDMAN. London: Routledge, 2013. 332 pp. Hardback: $145, paperback (September 2014): $42.99.

Foreign Relations Law by Campbell McLACHLAN. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. lxxii + 546 pp. Hardcover: £125.00


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