Forthcoming Issue

Volume 21(2) advance copies

Special Feature: The League of Nations Decentred

  • Foreword
    LuÍs Bogliolo, Kathryn Greenman, Anne Orford and Ntina Tzouvala
  • Entrenching Hierarchies in the Global Periphery: Migration, Development and the 'Native' in ILO Legal Reform Efforts
    Christopher Szabla

Articles

Case Note

Commentary

Book Review

Review Essay

Advance copies of articles from volume 21(2) will be published on this page as they become available. These versions are subject to change prior to the final print and online versions being made available.

Volume 21(3) advance copies  — Special Issue:
National Encounters with the International Court of Justice

  • National Encounters with the International Court of Justice: Introduction to the Special Issue
    Hilary Charlesworth and Margaret Young

Resolving Disputes

  • The Diplomatic Dimension: Australia and the Nuclear Tests Case
    Richard Rowe
  • A Latent Encounter with the Court: How Australia and Japan Settled a Pearl Fisheries Dispute
    Emma Nyhan
  • National Encounters with the International Court of Justice: Avoiding Litigating Antarctic Sovereignty
    Shirley V Scott

The Impetus for Contentious Cases

  • Australia's Engagement with the International Court of Justice: Practical and Political Factors
    Bill Campbell
  • Iran and Its Encounters with the International Court of Justice
    Natalie Klein
  • Environmental Litigation by Asia-Pacific States at the  International Court of Justice
    Tim Stephens
  • The International Court of Justice in Comparison: Understanding the Court's Limited Influence
    Karen J Alter

Participation in Advisory Jurisdictions

  • Australian Encounters with the Advisory Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice
    Hilary Charlesworth and Margaret Young
  • The United Kingdom and the Chagos Archipelago Advisory Opinion: Engagement and Resistance
    Philippa Webb
  • The Chagos Archipelago before International Tribunals: Strategic Litigation and the Production of Historical Knowledge
    Douglas Guilfoyle

Inside State Encounters

  • Civil Society and the Instigation of International Court Litigation: The Australian Experience
    Henry Burmester
  • The United Kingdom's Views on Elections to the International Court of Justice during the Cold War
    Victor Kattan

Advance copies of articles from volume 21(3) will be published on this page as they become available. These versions are subject to change prior to the final print and online versions being made available.