Tuesday 5 May 2009

New Issue of Göttingen Journal of International Law

In one of the Woody Allen films, he says he has taken a speed reading course, and that he was able to read Tolstoy's War and Peace in seven minutes. The interviewer asks Woody to explain what it is about, and he says: 'Russia'.
So it is with the second issue of the Göttingen Journal of International Law (www.gojil.eu), which contains:
'Planting the Flag in Arctic Waters: Russia’s Claim to the North Pole' by Nele Matz-Lück
'Russia and Human Rights: Incompatible Opposites?' by Bill Bowring
'International Law in Russian Textbooks: What’s in the Doctrinal Pluralism?' by Lauri Mälksoo
'Protection against Indirect Expropriation under National and International Legal Systems' by Max Gutbrod, Steffen Hindelang and Yun-I Kim
'Geopolitics at Work: the Georgian-Russian Conflict' by Peter W. Schulze
'The War between Russia and Georgia – Consequences and Unresolved Questions' by Angelika Nußberger.
Thanks to Matthias Lippold .

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