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New Issue of International and Comparative Law Quarterly

New Issue of International and Comparative Law Quarterly
The April issue of ICLQ is out:
Arbitration in three dimensions
Jan Paulsson
The europeanization of third country judiciaries through the application of the EU Acquis: the cases of Russia and Ukraine
Roman Petrov and Paul Kalinichenko
The functions of transparency in regulating contract terms: UK and Australian approaches
Chis Wllett
Postmodern international fisheries law, or we are all coastal states now
Andrew Serdy
International law, peace agreements and self-determination: the case of the Sudan
Scott P Sheeran
Domestic violence asylum claims and recent developments in international human rights law: a progress narrative?
Siobhán Mullally
National court intervention in arbitration as an investment treaty claim
Richard Garnett
The Cancun climate agreements: reading the text, subtext and tea leaves
Lavanya Rajamani
Reform or revolution? The financial crisis, EU financial markets law, and the European securities and markets authority
Niamh Moloney
The promotion of investments in new markets in electronic communications and the role of national regulatory authorities after commission v Germany
Marek Szydo
The negative implications of EU privilege law under akzo nobel at home and abroad
Justine N Stefanelli
Clarifying the ‘philosophy of article 15’ in the Brussels I regulation: c-585/08 Peter Pammer v Reedere Karl Schluter Gmbh & co and c-144/09 hotel Alpenhof Gesmbh v Oliver Heller
Lorna Gillies

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