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New Issue: Chinese Journal of International Law, Volume 19, Issue 1, March 2020

Volume 19, Issue 1, March 2020 of the Chinese Journal of International Law was just published.

Content:

Jus Cogens Versus the Chapter VII Powers of the Security Council: With Particular References to Humanitarian Intervention and Terrorism    
Miguel Lemos

International Human Rights “in Crisis” and the Neoliberalization of the Human Person    
Carlo Focarelli

Jurisdiction, State Immunity, and Judgments in the Restatement (Fourth) of US Foreign Relation Law     
William S Dodge

The Immunity of Judge Akay of the MICT     
Deming HUANG; Qintong SHAN

Comment

General Principles of Law: The First Debate within the International Law Commission and the Sixth Committee 
Marcelo Vázquez-Bermúdez; Alfredo Crosato

Letters to the Journal

Letter to the Journal Self-Defence and Attribution of Armed Attacks in the Context of Anti-Terrorism     
Xiao Mao

Letter to the Journal Coastal State Jurisdiction in the “Norstar” Case at the ITLOS 
Haomei Li

Letter to the Journal A Marxist and TWAIL Reading of the Oxford Handbook of the Sources of International Law           
George Forji Amin

Book Reviews

David Scheffer, All the Missing Souls: A Personal History of the War Crimes Tribunals      
Suhong YANG

Sergey Yu. Marochkin, The Operation of International Law in the Russian Legal System: A Changing Approach, Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden/Boston, 2019, xvi + 308 pp., ISBN 978-90-04-39020-1 (Hardback)    
Viatcheslav Gavrilov; Rustambek Nurimbetov

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