The Goettingen Journal of International Law (GoJIL) just released its third issue with which the Journal completes the first Volume. The contents is the following:
Marco Benatar: The Use of Cyber Force: Need for Legal Justification?
Marie-José Domestici-Met: Humanitarian Assistance Looking for a Legal Regime Allowing its Delivery to Those in Need Under any Circumstances
Jiaxiang Hu: Market Access or Market Restrictions – Analysis on the Regulations of PRC on Administration of Foreign-funded Banks
Nele Matz-Lück: Framework Conventions as a Regulatory Tool
Current Developments in International Law
Cornelia Janik, Thomas Kleinlein: When Soering Went to Iraq…: Problems of Jurisdiction, Extraterritorial Effect and Norm Conflicts in Light of the European Court of Human Rights’ Al-Saadoon Case
Marko Milanovic: The Human Rights Committee’s Views in Sayadi v. Belgium: A Missed Opportunity
Kenneth Anderson: Does Anyone Really Want a Parliament of Man?