Archive for
May, 2006

U.S. Court Upholds Cuban-Club Med Expropriation

by Julian Ku

Report Find No Foul Play in Milosevic Death

by Julian Ku

Tony Blair on UN Reform

by Roger Alford

Resolving Real Property Claims In Iraq: The CRRPD

by Roger Alford

An International Law Conman

by Julian Ku

Globalizing the Legal Blogosphere

by Duncan Hollis

Will Haditha Become Another My Lai?

by Peggy McGuinness

ECJ Overturns EU Sharing of Airline Data with US

by Peggy McGuinness

The Rwandan Backlash Against the ICTR

by Julian Ku

Betsy Andersen Named ASIL Executive Director

by Roger Alford

The Alabama Claims Commission

by Roger Alford

Washington Post Launches Law Blog

by Roger Alford

Has Iran’s President “Incited” Genocide Against Israel?

by Julian Ku

The Aussies Take Over East Timor (Again)

by Julian Ku

Islamic Law and International Arbitration

by Roger Alford

How Should We Memorialize War?

by Roger Alford

Islamic Law and Progressive Politics

by Adil Haque

The Most Frequently-Cited Supreme Court International Case

by Roger Alford

Blogging from the Abu Ghraib Court Martial

by Peggy McGuinness

Can Israelis Sue Ahmedinijad for Incitement to Genocide?

by Peggy McGuinness

Two Weeks of Memories

by David Zaring

The New Coffee Houses of Knowledge

by Roger Alford

WHO Director General Lee Dies Suddenly

by Duncan Hollis

Montenegrins Vote for Independence . . .

by Adil Haque

Political Philosophers Discover International Law

by Adil Haque

DRAM chips and the puzzling persistence of extraterritoriality

by David Zaring

The Unhelpful Committee Against Torture

by Julian Ku

Iran To Require Religious Minorities to Wear “Special Insignia”

by Roger Alford

Poll Shows Americans Support International Courts

by Peggy McGuinness

New Journal: The International Political Theory Beacon

by Adil Haque

Scalia Tells Congress to Mind Its Own Business Regarding Citation of Foreign Law

by Chris Borgen

U.N. Committee Calls for Closure of Guantanamo Bay

by Roger Alford

Young Intelligent International Men

by Roger Alford

Another Rendition Lawsuit Dismissed

by Julian Ku

The Unhelpful International Criminal Court

by Julian Ku

Jack Goldsmith and Eric Posner Respond

by Roger Alford

Kirgis on ASIL’s First Century

by David Zaring

New Journal: The Journal of Philosophy of International Law

by Adil Haque

Lord Goldsmith’s Speech

by Roger Alford

Condi’s Playlist

by Chris Borgen

Democracy and Judicial Independence in the Arab World

by Adil Haque

The Human Rights of Hijackers

by Roger Alford

Transnational Anti-Judicial Dialogue

by Adil Haque

Venus and Mars Are Alright Tonight

by Chris Borgen

Second Circuit Rules on Meaning of “Immovable Property” Exception to the FSIA

by Roger Alford

Semi-Thematic Blogging: A Little More on Human Testing

by David Zaring

Welcome New Guest-Blogger Adil Haque

by Kevin Jon Heller

Libya Abandons WMD, India Unveils New Missile

by Adil Haque

Redrawing The World Map

by Roger Alford

Making International Principles Domestic Law: the Legislative Version

by David Zaring

Defensive Football, Croat Style

by Duncan Hollis

25 Years Ago Today

by Roger Alford

Global Development Aid: Does Private Giving Count?

by Julian Ku

First Annual Opinio Juris Symposium: Challenges to Public International Law

by Peggy McGuinness

High Court Rules on Displacement of Chagos Islanders

by Roger Alford

The Most Cited US Cases Related to International Law

by David Zaring

The World’s First Peace Treaty

by Julian Ku

Demographics of Blog Readers

by Roger Alford

RFRA at Guantanomo Bay

by Roger Alford

How to Avoid the Special Inspector General for Iraqi Reconstruction

by Kevin Jon Heller

A New Human Rights Council — Real Change or More of the Same?

by Duncan Hollis

How to Spend Your Time

by David Zaring

Rwanda Asks Bagambiki to Turn Himself In

by Kevin Jon Heller

Thoughts on the Ahmadinejad Letter

by Roger Alford

EJIL on global administrative law

by David Zaring

More on Sexual Abuse by Peacekeepers and Aid Workers

by Kevin Jon Heller

The U.S. is Number One — in Imprisonment Rates

by Peggy McGuinness

US Seeks to Extradite Mandela’s Son-in-Law

by Kevin Jon Heller

Text of Ahmadinejad Letter to Bush

by Roger Alford

Philip Morris Apologizes to the Maori

by Kevin Jon Heller

Diplomatic Privilege: When is a “congestion charge” a tax?

by Peggy McGuinness

Podcasting Foreign Relations

by Roger Alford

Bellinger Concludes Testimony Before UN Committee Against Torture

by Roger Alford

What Do Federal Courts Really Do With Foreign Law?

by David Zaring

Review of United 93

by Roger Alford

Bystanders and Upstanders on Darfur

by Roger Alford

Is Castro One of the 10 Wealthiest “Kings, Queens, and Dictators”?

by Kevin Jon Heller

Experts Accuse World Bank of Lying About Malaria Efforts

by Kevin Jon Heller

Bellinger Appears Before UN Committee Against Torture

by Roger Alford

Fifth Circuit Rules on State Responsibility for Government Instrumentalities

by Roger Alford

The Moussaoui Process

by David Zaring

Welcome to Guest Blogger David Zaring

by Peggy McGuinness

You Pay, We Decide: the Dysfunctional U.N. General Assembly

by Julian Ku

Failed States Index: Can We Quantify a Legal Concept?

by Julian Ku

“America You Lost, I Won!”

by Roger Alford

Digesting International Law

by Duncan Hollis

New Website on International Courts and Tribunals in Africa

by Peggy McGuinness

Anderson on the Limits of International Law

by Roger Alford

Case of the Month: Canadian Softwood Lumber

by Roger Alford

Popping in on the Stockholm Convention

by Duncan Hollis

The Pendulum Swing of Nationalizations

by Chris Borgen

Happy May Day!

by Peggy McGuinness