The latest issue of the International & Comparative Law Quarterly is available online.The table of content is reproduced hereafter . The articles can be consulted via this link : Link

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Articles

  • JUDICIAL REVIEW IN THE EU’S COMMON FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY
    Panos Koutrakos
  • THE FUTURE ENFORCEMENT OF ASYMMETRIC JURISDICTION AGREEMENTS
    Louise Merrett
  • UNDERSTANDING AND OVERCOMING CHALLENGES IN ACCESSING THE AFRICAN COURT ON HUMAN AND PEOPLES’ RIGHTS
    Frans Viljoen
  • JUDICIAL COOPERATION IN CIVIL AND COMMERCIAL MATTERS AFTER BREXIT: WHICH WAY FORWARD?
    Giesela Rühl
  • SHELTERING GOVERNMENT SUPPORT TO ‘GREEN’ ELECTRICITY: THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION
    Gracia Marín Durán
  • CEDAW AND THE SECURITY COUNCIL: ENHANCING WOMEN’S RIGHTS IN CONFLICT
    Catherine O’Rourke, Aisling Swaine
  • UN HUMAN RIGHTS TREATY MONITORING BODIES BEFORE DOMESTIC COURTS
    Machiko Kanetake
  • LABOUR PROVISIONS IN EU AND US MEGA-REGIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS: RHETORIC AND REALITY
    Billy Melo Araujo

Book Reviews

  • Australia’s War Crimes Trials, edited by Georgina Fitzpatrick , Tim McCormack and Narelle Morris [Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2016, 865pp, ISBN 978-90-04-29204-8, €325/US$390 (h/bk)]
    Suzannah Linton
  • Law and Politics of the Taiwan Sunflower and Hong Kong Umbrella Movements, edited by Brian Jones [Routledge, Abingdon, 2017, 236pp, ISBN 978-1-472408614-1 (h/bk), 978-1-315-57506-3 (ebk), £105.00 (h/bk)]
    David Mead

Erratum

  • Prosecuting Maritime Piracy: Domestic Solutions to International Crimes, edited by MICHAEL P SCHARF, MICHAEL A NEWTON and MILENA STERIO [Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 2015, 381pp, ISBN 978-1-107-44112-5 £29.99 (p/bk)] – ERRATUM
    Sofia Galani