International Law in Asia: A Bibliographic Survey – 2015

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Introduction

This bibliography provides information on books, articles, notes, and other materials dealing with international law in Asia, broadly defined. Only English language publications are listed. In the preparation of this bibliography, good use has been made of the list of acquisitions of the Peace Palace Library, the Washington & Lee University law journal rankings, as well as book reviews in journals of international law, Asian studies, and international affairs. Most of the materials can be listed under multiple categories, but to save space each item is listed under a single category. (Edited books however may appear more than once if multiple chapters from the book are listed under different categories). Readers are advised to refer to all categories relevant to their research.

The bibliography is limited to new materials published in 2015 or previously published materials that have updated editions in 2015. The headings used in this year’s bibliography are as follows:

  1. General

  2. States and statehood

  3. IGOs

  4. NGOs

  5. Territory and jurisdiction

  6. Seas and marine resources

  7. Maritime security

  8. Jus ad bellum and jus in bello

  9. International criminal law and transnational crime

  10. Peace and transitional justice

  11. Security

  12. Environment

  13. Climate change

  14. Development

  15. Human rights – General

  16. Human rights – Institutions and Organizations

  17. Humanitarian law

  18. Nationality, migration and refugees

  19. Colonialism and self determination

  20. International economic and business law – General

  21. WTO and trade

  22. Investment

  23. Intellectual property

  24. Cultural property and heritage

  25. Dispute settlement

  26. Arbitration

  27. Private International law

  28. Air and Space

  29. Miscellaneous

1 General

2 States and Statehood

  • Chan, Phil C W,China, State Sovereignty and International Legal Order(Brill Nijhoff, 2015).

  • GordonGregory S., When ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Meets ‘One Person, One Vote’: The Law of Treaties and the Handover Narrative through the Crucible of Hong Kong’s Election Crisis16 (2) Melbourne Journal of International Law154(2015).

  • SeahDaniel, TheCFSPas an Aspect of Conducting Foreign Relations by the United Kingdom: With Special Reference to the Treaty of Amity & Cooperation in Southeast Asia,2015 International Review of Law120 (2015).

  • TakashiMiyazaki, Sovereignty vs International Cooperation: Major Problems Facing East Asia at Present,12 (3) Indonesian Journal of International Law280285 (2014–2015).

  • TomokoYamashita, Do Jus Cogens Norms Invalidate State Immunity? International Restorative Justice and Japanese War Compensation Cases, 31Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs160194 (2015).

3 igos

  • ChestermanSimon, Asia’s Ambivalence about International Law and Institutions: Past, Present and Futures27 (4) European Journal of International Law945978 (2016).

  • Chesterman, Simon,From Community to Compliance: the evolution of monitoring obligations in ASEAN (Cambridge University Press, 2015).

  • Chesterman, Simon,From Community to Compliance? The Evolution of Monitoring Obligations inASEAN (Cambridge University Press, 2015).

  • Inama, Stefano and Sim, Edmund W.,The Foundation of theASEANEconomic Community: An Institutional and Legal Profile (Cambridge University Press, 2015).

  • Inama, Stefano,The foundation of theASEANeconomic community: an institutional and legal profile (Cambridge University Press, 2015).

  • Kuijper, Pieter Jan,From treaty-making to treaty-breaking: models forASEANexternal trade agreements(Cambridge University Press, 2015).

  • Loevy, Karin, The Legal Politics of Jurisdiction: UnderstandingASEAN’s Role in Myanmar’s Disaster, Cyclone Nargis (2008),5 (1) Asian Journal of International Law5593 (2015).

  • MohamadRahmat, International Criminal Court in the Development of International Rule of Law: a Reflection of Asian-African Views, in Charles Sampford and Ramesh Thakur, Institutional Supports for the International Rule of Law (Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2015) 5973.

  • Nguitragool, Paruedee,ASEAN as an Actor in International Fora: Reality, Potential and Constraints(Cambridge University Press, 2015).

  • Piris, Jean-Claude and Woon, Walter,Towards a Rules-Based Community: An ASEAN Legal Service (Cambridge University Press, 2015).

  • RobertsC.B., ASEAN: The Challenge of Unity in Diversity, in Buszynski, L.; and Roberts, C.B. (eds.),The South China Sea Maritime Dispute: Political, Legal and Regional Perspectives (2015), 130149.

  • SchuldtLasse, Southeast Asian Hesitation:ASEANCountries and the International Criminal Court, 16German Law Journal75104 (2015).

  • ZhuDan, China, the Crime of Aggression, and the International Criminal Court,5 (1) Asian Journal of International Law94122 (2015).

4 NGOS

BairdNatalie, The Role of International Non-Governmental Organisations in the Universal Periodic Review of Pacific Island States: Can ‘Doing Good’ Be Done Better?16 (2) Melbourne Journal of International Law137 (2015).

5 Territory and Jurisdiction

  • AndersonD.H., Recent Judicial Decisions Concerning Maritime Delimitation, in L. del Castillo (ed.),Law of the Sea, from Grotius to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: Liber Amicorum Judge Hugo Caminos (2015), 495511.

  • CharlermpalanupapT., Review of theASEAN-China Declaration of the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea and Prospects of a Code of Conduct in the South China Sea: anASEANPerspective, in Tran Truong Thuy and Le Thuy Trang (eds.),Power, Law, and Maritime Order in the South China Sea (2015) 3748.

  • ChestermanS., The International Court of Justice in Asia: Interpreting the Temple of Preah Vihaer Case, (2015) 5Asian Journal of International Law16.

  • ChestermanSimon, The International Court of Justice in Asia: Interpreting the Temple of Preah Vihear Case, 5 (1) Asian Journal of International Law16 (2015).

  • EirikssonG., The “Bay of Bengal” Case before the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, in L. del Castillo (ed.),Law of the Sea, from Grotius to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: Liber Amicorum Judge Hugo Caminos (2015) 512528.

  • Huang, J., and Billo, A. (eds.),Territorial Disputes in the South China Sea: Navigating Rough Waters(2015).

  • KattanV., The Ghost of the Temple of Preah Vihaer/Phra Viharn in the 2013 Judgment, 5Asian Journal of International Law1625 (2015).

  • KattanVictor,The Ghosts of the Temple of Preah Vihear/Phra Viharn in the 2013 Judgment,5 (1) Asian Journal of International Law1625 (2015).

  • LalondeS., The Role of the “Uti Possidetis” Principle in the Resolution of Maritime Boundary Disputes, in C. Chinkin and F. Baetens (eds.),Sovereignty, Statehood and State Responsibility: Essays in Honour of James Crawford (2015), 248272.

  • McCulloughShaun, In a Rising Sea of Uncertainty: A Call for a New International Convention to Safeguard the Human Rights of Citizens of Deterritorialized Asia-Pacific Small Island-States, 26 (1) Colorado Natural Resources, Energy & Environmental Law Review109138 (2015).

  • MingL., The Paradox of Economic Integration and Territorial Rivalry in the South China Sea, in Togo, K. and Naidu, G. (eds.),Building Confidence in East Asia: Maritime Conflicts, Interdependence and Asian Identity Thinking (2015) 2743.

  • OralN., Law of the Sea, Naval Blockades, and Freedom of Navigation in the Aftermath of “Gaza Flotilla” Incident of 31 May 2010, in L. del Castillo (ed.),Law of the Sea, from Grotius to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: Liber Amicorum Judge Hugo Caminos(2015), 356376.

  • Pham LanDung and Nguyen NgocLan, Some Legal Aspects of the Philippines-China Arbitration under AnnexVIIof the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, in Tran Truong, Thuy and Le Thuy, Trang (eds.),Power, Law, and Maritime Order in the South China Sea (2015) 331348.

  • PhanHao Duy, Institutional Design and Its Constraints: ExplainingASEAN’s Role in the Temple of Preah Vihear Dispute,5 (1) Asian Journal of International Law715 (2015).

  • PolingG., USInterests in the South China Sea: International Law and Peaceful Dispute Resolution, in Tran Truong, Thuy and Le Thuy, Trang (eds.),Power, Law, and Maritime Order in the South China Sea (2015) 6175.

  • TogoKazuhiko, Japan and the South China Sea in the Context of New East Asian Power Relations, in Tran Truong Thuy and Le Thuy Trang (Eds.),Power, Law, and Maritime Order in the South China Sea (2015).

  • YuM., China’s Informal Participation in the AnnexVIIPhilippines v. China Arbitral Tribunal’s Proceedings, 30International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law5492 (2015).

  • ZouK., The South China Sea, in D.R.Rothwell, A.G.Oude Elferink, K.N.Scott, and T.Stephens (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Law of the Sea (2015), 626646.

6 Seas and Marine Resources

  • ClaphamP.J., Japan’s Whaling Following the International Court of Justice Ruling: Brave New World – or Business as Usual?, 51Marine Policy238241 (2015).

  • JiaB.B., The Curious Case of Article 281: A “Super” Provision withinUNCLOS, 46Ocean Development and International Law266280 (2015).

  • KimSuk Kyoon, Marine Pollution Response in Northeast Asia and theNOWPAPRegime,46 (1) Ocean Development and International Law1732 (2015).

  • PeelJ., (Introductory Note to) Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia v. Japan: New Zealand intervening) (ICJ), 54International Legal Materials152 (2015).

  • PopovskiV., UNCLOSand the Peaceful Use of the Sea, in Wu, S., Valencia, M. and Hong, N. (eds.),UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and the South China Sea (2015) 7383.

  • RiesenbergD.P., (Introductory Note to)Request for Interpretation of the Judgment of 15 June 1962 in the Case Concerning the Temple of Preah Vihear (Cambodia v. Thailand) (ICJ), 54International Legal Materials5382 (2015).

  • RingbomHenrik, The European Union and International Maritime Law – Lessons for the Asia Pacific Region, 30 (1) Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal 1 6777 (2016).

  • Togo, K. and Naidu, G.V.C. (eds.),Building Confidence in East Asia: Maritime Conflicts, Interdependence and Asian Identity Thinking (2015).

  • Tran TruongThuy, Code of Conduct and the Prevention and Management of Incidents in the South China Sea, in Tran Truong, Thuy and Le Thuy, Trang (eds.),Power, Law, and Maritime Order in the South China Sea, (2015) 317330.

  • TrevesT., Coastal States’ Rights in the Maritime Areas underUNCLOS, 12Revista de Direito Internacional4048 (2015).

  • TuerkH., UNCLOSand the Contributions ofITLOS, in Wu, S., Valencia, M. and Hong, N. (eds.),UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and the South China Sea (2015) 1530.

  • Wang, K.-H.,Peaceful Settlement of Disputes in the South China Sea through Fisheries Resources Cooperation and Management (2015).

  • Wu, Sh., Valencia, M. and Hong, N. (eds.),UNConvention on the Law of the Sea and the South China Sea(2015).

7 Maritime Security

  • IwamotoS. and TogoK., Three Complementary, Simultaneous Approaches to Maritime Security in the East China Sea: International Law, Crisis Management, and Dialogue, in Togo, K. and Naidu, G. (eds.),Building Confidence in East Asia: Maritime Conflicts, Interdependence and Asian Identity Thinking (2015) 87102.

  • Tran VietThai and NaiduG.V.C., The Maritime Security Environment in East Asia: The Need for Strengthening Maritime Regimes, Greater Cooperation, and Dialogues, in Togo, K. and Naidu, G. (eds.),Building Confidence in East Asia: Maritime Conflicts, Interdependence and Asian Identity Thinking (2015) 7486.

8 Jus AD Bellum and Jus in Bello

  • NadarajahS., and RamptonD., The Limits of Hybridity and the Crisis of Liberal Peace, (2015) 41Review of International Studies4972.

  • OrakhelashviliA., The Impact of UnilateralEUEconomic Sanctions on theUNCollective Security Framework: the Cases of Iran and Syria, in A.Z. Marossiand and M.R. Bassett (eds.),Economic Sanctions under International Law(2015) 321.

  • OrakhelashviliA., Undesired, yet Omnipresent: “Jus ad Bellum” in Its Relation to Other Areas of International Law, 2Journal on the Use of Force and International Law238256 (2015).

  • ZhangT., Conflict-Sensitive Approach to Climate Change Mitigation and Adaption in the Urbanizing Asia-Pacific, 15Environmental Law Review of Eastern and Central Europe166 (2015).

9 International Criminal Law and Transnational Crime

  • BabbNathaniel H., Don’t forget the Far East : a modern lesson from the Chinese prosecution of Japanese war criminals after World WarII,222Military Law Review129155 (2014).

  • Conway-LanzSahr, Bombing Civilians After World WarII: The Persistence Of Norms Against Targeting Civilians in the Korean War, in The American way of bombing : changing ethical and legal norms, from flying fortresses to drones (Cornell University Press, 2014) 4763.

  • FernandesClinton, The maxim of Thucydides : transparency, fact-finding, and accountability in East Timor, in Investigating operational incidents in a military context : law, justice, politics (Brill Nijhoff, 2015) 5170.

  • KumarK.S., The European Union and Conflict Resolution in Sri Lanka, in R.K. Jain (ed.),The European Union and South Asia (2015) 111128.

  • MeisenbergSimon M., Complying with Complementarity? The Cambodian Implementation of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court,5 (1) Asian Journal of International Law123142 (2015).

  • MohamadRahmat, An Afro-Asian Perspective on the International Criminal Court, 4Historical Origins of International Criminal Law729748 (2015).

  • Sellars, Kirsten (Ed.),Trials for international crimes in Asia(Cambridge University Press, 2015).

  • Totani, Yuma,Justice in Asia and the Pacific Region, 1945–1952: Allied War Crimes Prosecutions (Cambridge University Press, 2015).

10 Peace and Transitional Justice

11 Security

  • AnderssonR. and WeigandF., Intervention at Risk: the Vicious Cycle of Distance and Danger in Mali and Afghanistan, 9Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding519541 (2015).

  • DelahuntyR.J., Towards a Concert of Asia: A Proposed International Security Regime,11 (1) University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review180 (2015–2016).

  • FuchsI., and H.Borowski, The New World Order: Humanitarian Interventions from Kosovo to Libya and perhaps Syria?, 65Syracuse Law Review304343 (2015).

  • MastroianniM.A., Growing Numbers of Chinese Blue Helmets: China’s changing Role within the Security Council, 27Florida Journal of International Law121161 (2015).

  • MusiolMarek, Post-Soviet Central Asia as a Unique Regional Security Complex,24 (4) Polish Quarterly of International Affairs5978 (2015).

  • ReitererMichael, TheNAPCIin the Volatile Security Environment of North-East Asia: Which Role for the European Union, 20 (4) European Foreign Affairs Review573590 (2015).

  • SchulzM., ‘The League of the Arab States, the Gulf Co-operation Council, and the Arab Civil Uprisings, 2011–13’, in P. Wallensteen and A. Bjurner (eds.),Regional Organizations and Peacemaking: Challengers to the UN? (2015), 202216.

  • SloanElinor, America’s Rebalance to the Asia-Pacific: The Impact on Canada’s Strategic Thinking and Maritime Posture,70 (2) International Journal268285 (2015).

  • TimmoneriS., Responsibility to protect and “peacetime atrocities”: the case North Korea, 19The International Journal of Human Rights12901302 (2015).

  • VanhullebuschM., Regime Change, the Security Council and China, 14Chinese Journal of International Law665707 (2015).

  • WhyteLeon; WeltzRichard, Enough to Go around: Money Matters ComplicateU.S.Strategic Rebalance to Asia-Pacific,2 (1) Fletcher Security Review3942 (2015).

12 Environment

  • AtapattuSumudu, The Role of Human Rights Law in Protecting Environmental Rights in South Asia, in LaDawn Haglund and Robin Stryker (Eds.)Closing the Rights Gap: from Human Rights to Social Transformation (University of California Press, 2015) 105126.

  • BoerBen, Environmental Law and Human Rights in the Asia-Pacific,Ben Boer (Ed.),Environmental Law Dimensions of Human Rights (Oxford University Press, 2015) 135179.

  • Marsden, Simon and Brandon, Elizabeth,Transboundary Environmental Governance in Asia: Practice and Prospects with the UNECE Agreements (Edward Elgar, 2015).

  • Marsden, Simon,Transboundary Environmental Governance in Asia: Practice and Prospects with theUNECEAgreements (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015).

13 Climate Change

  • DasKasturi; and BandyopadhyayKaushik Ranjan, Climate Change Adaption in the Framework of Regional Cooperation in South Asia, 2015 (1) Carbon & Climate Law Review4054 (2015).

  • LinJolene, Climate Change Litigation in Asia and the Pacific, in Geert Van Calster, Wim Vandenberghe, Leonie Reins (Eds.)Research Handbook on Climate Change Mitigation Law(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015) 578599.

14 Development

15 Human Rights – General

16 Human Rights – Institutions and Organizations

17 Humanitarian Law

  • AlexanderAmanda, A Short History of International Humanitarian Law, 26(1)European journal of international law109138 (2015).

  • Arai-TakahashiY., The intervention brigade within theMONUSCO. The legal challenges of Applicability and Application ofIHL, (2015) Questions of International Law523 (2015).

  • BassG.J., The Indian Way of Humanitarian Intervention, 40Yale Journal of International Law227294 (2015).

  • BazirakeJ.B. and BukulukiP., A Critical Reflection on the Conceptual and Practical Limitations of the Responsibility to Protect, 19 (2015) The International Journal of Human Rights10171028 (2015).

  • CortenO., The Russian Intervention in the Ukrainian Crisis: Was Jus Contra Bellum “Confirmed Rather than weakened”?2Journal on the Use of Force and International Law1741 (2015).

  • PhilipDiana, Humanitarian Assistance and the Right to Water: anASEANRegion Perspective, in Andrej Zwitter, Christopher K. Lamont, Hans-Joachim Heintze, Joost Herman (Eds.),Humanitarian Action: Global, Regional and Domestic Legal Responses(Cambridge University Press,2015) 302329.

  • SterioM., The Applicability of the Humanitarian Intervention “Exception” to the Middle Eastern Refugee Crisis: Why the International Community Should Intervene AgainstISIS, 38Suffolk Transnational Law Review325357 (2015).

  • TanK.C., Humanitarian Intervention as a Duty, 7Global Responsibility to Protect121141 (2015).

18 Nationality, Migration and Refugees

  • DaviesSara E., The 1989 Comprehensive Plan of Action (CPA) and Refugee Policy in Southeast Asia: Twenty Years Forward What Has Changed?, in Ademola Abass & Francesca Ippolito (Eds.),Regional Approaches to the Protection of Asylum Seekers: An International Legal Perspective (Ashgate Publishing, 2014) 325346.

  • Human Rights Watch Staff,Persecuting “Evil Way” Religion: Abuses Against Montagnards in Vietnam (Human Rights Watch, 2015).

  • JonesMartin, Moving Beyond Protection Space: Developing a Law of Asylum in South-East Asia, in Susan Kneebone, Dallal Stevens and Loretta Baldassar (Eds.), Refugee Protection and the Role of Law: Conflicting Identities (Routledge, 2014) 251270.

  • KingstonL.N., Protecting the world’s most prosecuted: the responsibility to protect and Burma’s Rohingya minority, (2015) 19The International Journal of Human Rights11631175 (2015).

  • KneeboneSusan, ASEANand the Conceptualization of Refugee Protection in Southeastern Asian States, in Ademola Abass & Francesca Ippolito (Eds.),Regional Approaches to the Protection of Asylum Seekers: An International Legal Perspective (Ashgate Publishing, 2014) 295323.

  • LombardoG., The responsibility to protect and the lack of intervention in Syria between the protection of human rights and geopolitical strategies, 19The International Journal of Human Rights11901198 (2015).

  • LoperKelley, The Protection of Asylum Seekers in East Asian State Parties to the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees and Its 1967 Protocol, in Ademola Abass & Francesca Ippolito (Eds.),Regional Approaches to the Protection of Asylum Seekers: An International Legal Perspective (Ashgate Publishing, 2014) 347376.

  • OrchardCynthia, Almaty Process: Improving Compliance with International Refugee Law in Central Asia, 28 (1) The International Journal of Refugee Law5584 (2016).

19 Colonialism and Self Determination

Rajaram, Prem Kumar,Ruling the Margins: Colonial Power and Administrative Rule (Routledge, 2015).

20 International Economic and Business Law – General

  • BuckleyRoss P., From Regional Fragmentation to Coherence: a Way forward for East Asia in C.L. Lim, Bryan Mercurio (Eds.),International Economic Law after the Global Crisis : a Tale of Fragmented Disciplines (Cambridge University Press, 2015) 107133.

  • Chia, Siow Yue,ASEAN economic cooperation and integration: progress, challenges and future directions(Cambridge University Press,2015).

  • IrishLeon E.; and SimonKarla W., Legal and Fiscal Innovations in East Asia: Update13 (1) International Journal of Charity Sector Law4358 (2015).

  • LeeEric Yong Joong, Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) as aUSStrategic Alliance Initiative under the G2 System: Legal and Political Implications,8Journal of East Asia and International Law323352 (2015).

  • Liu, O. & Shan, W. (eds.),China and International Commercial Dispute Resolution(2015).

  • Liu, Q., Shan, W. & Ren, X. (eds.),China and International Commercial Dispute Resolution(2015).

  • PaparinskisMartins, The Schizophrenia of Countermeasures in International Economic Law: the Case of theASEANComprehensive Investment Agreement, in C.L. Lim, Bryan Mercurio (Eds.),International Economic Law after the Global Crisis: a Tale of Fragmented Disciplines (Cambridge University Press, 2015) 263278.

  • ParraA.A., The Convention and Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, Recueil des cours / Collected courses of The Hague Academy of International Law. 2014: Tome 374 de la collection (2015) 313410.

  • Paswan, Nawal K.,India and Central Asia: Deepening Economic Cooperation (A.P.H. Publishing Corporation, 2015).

  • SabhasriChayodom, Regional Economic and Financial Integration in Asia: Challenges from the Global and Financial Crisis, in Friedl Weiss, Armin J. Kammel, (Eds.)The Changing Landscape of Global Financial Governance and the Role of Soft Law (Brill Nijhoff, 2015) 337367.

21 wto and Trade

  • AllenNathan W., Keeping Rising Asia at a Distance: Canadian Attitudes towards Trade Agreements with Asian Countries, 70 (2) International Journal286308 (2015).

  • BolongaitaEmil P. and OshikawaMaika, The Future of Asia: Unleashing the Power of Trade and Governance, in Uri Dadush and Chiedu Osakwe (eds.)WTOAccessions and Trade Multilateralism161186 (Cambridge University Press, 2015).

  • BrownRonald C., Asian andUSPerspectives on Labor Rights under International Trade Agreements Compared, in Axel Marx, Jan Wouters, Glen Rayp, Laura Beke (Eds.)Global Governance of Labour Rights : Assessing the Effectiveness of Transnational Public and Private Policy Initiatives(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015).

  • GarciaMaria and MasselotAnnick, The Value of Gender Equality in EU-Asian Trade Policy: an Assessment of theEU’s Ability to implement its Own Legal Obligations, in AnnikaBjörkdahl, NataliaChaban, JohnLeslie, AnnickMasselot, (Eds.), ImportingEUNorms : Conceptual Framework and Empirical Findings (Springer, 2015) 191209.

  • GhoriUmair, An Epic Mess: ‘Exhaustible Natural Resources’ and the Future of Export Restraints after the China — Rare Earths Decision16 (2) Melbourne Journal of International Law134 (2015).

  • HsiehPasha L., APEC’s Soft-law Mechanism and the Multilateral Trading System, in Choi, Won-mog (Ed.),International Economic Law: the Asia-Pacific Perspectives (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015) 74102.

  • HsiehPasha L., Liberalizing Trade in Legal Services under Asia-PacificFTAs: TheASEANCase,18 (1) Journal of International Economic Law153186 (2015).

  • KuboHiromasa, EU-Asia Trade Relations, in Christiansen, Thomas, Kirchner, Emil and Murray, Philomena (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of EU-Asia Relations(Palgrave Macmillan, 2015) 247262.

  • MenonSundaresh, The Impact of Public Law in the Commercial Sphere and Its Significance to Asia, 16Journal of World Investment & Trade772799 (2015).

  • NeuwirthRostam J.; and SvetliciniiAlexandr, The Regulation of Trade and Public Health in Asia-Pacific: A Case for Inter-Regime Regulatory Co-Opetition, 10 (2) Asian Journal of WTO and International Health Law and Policy349380 (2015).

  • SmithMichael, TheEU, Asia and the Governance of Global Trade, in Christiansen, Thomas, Kirchner, Emil and Murray, Philomena (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of EU-Asia Relations(Palgrave Macmillan, 2015) 377391.

  • WeberRolf H., Digital Trade and E-Commerce: Challenges and Opportunities of the Asia-Pacific Regionalism, 10 (2) Asian Journal of WTO and International Health Law and Policy321348 (2015).

22 Investment

  • BrimerJeffrey A.; HangMai Thi Minh; HaraEtsuko; WongS.F.; HartoNadia; ZeidmanPhilip F., Government Regulation of Franchising, Licensing, and Distribution in Asia – Too Much, Too Little, or Just Right, 13 (3) International Journal of Franchising Law1148 (2015).

  • ChaisseJulien, The Shifting Tectonics of International Investment Law – Structure and Dynamics of Rules and Arbitration on Foreign Investment in the Asia-Pacific Region,47 (3) George Washington International Law Review563638 (2015).

  • ChoukrouneLeila, Indian and ChineseFDIin Developing Asia: The Standards Battle beyond Trade,7Indian Journal of International Economic Law89116 (2015).

  • MohanMahdev, Corporate Accountability in Southeast Asia: National Action Plans for Responsible Business Conduct Under International Law, 8(1)Journal of East Asia and International Law928 (2015).

  • PetersmannE.U., Judicial Administration of Justice in Multilevel Commercial, Trade and Investment Adjudication?, in Shan, W. and Su, J. (eds.),China and International Investment Law: Twenty Years of ICSID Membership (2015), 56115.

  • SattorovaMavluda, International Investment Law in Central Asia, 16Journal of World Investment & Trade10891124 (2015).

23 Intellectual Property

  • Antons, Christoph and Hilty, Reto M. (Eds.)Intellectual Property and Free Trade Agreements in the Asia-Pacific Region (Springer, 2015).

  • SonMin, Defining Architectural Works in East Asia: Intellectual Property Protection for Local and Transnational Architectural Works,1(2) Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy319344 (2014–2015).

24 Cultural Property and Heritage

25 Dispute Settlement

  • BuszynskiL., The Origins and Development of the South China Sea Maritime Dispute, in L. Buszynski and C.B. Roberts (eds.),The South China Sea Maritime Dispute: Political, Legal, and Regional Perspectives(2015),123.

  • BuszynskiL. and RobertsC.B., The South China Sea: Stabilisation and Resolution, in L. Buszynski and C.B. Buszynski (eds.),The South China Sea Maritime Dispute: Political, Legal, and Regional Perspectives(2015),187208.

  • Buszynski, L., and C.B. Roberts (eds.),The South China Sea Maritime Dispute: Political, Legal and Regional Perspectives(2015).

  • ClaphamP.J., Japan’s Whaling Following the International Court of Justice Ruling: Brave New World – or Business as Usual?, 51Marine Policy238241 (2015).

  • KamaraO.K., An Analysis of the Adequacy of the Dispute Settlement Mechanism underUNCLOS: Maritime Boundary Delimitation Disputes, in C. Jalloh and O. Elias (eds.),Shielding Humanity: Essays in International Law in Honour of Judge Abdul G. Koroma (2015) 187229.

  • KeithK., The Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes: the Rainbow Warrior Affair – Experiences of a Small State, in C. Jalloh and O. Elias (eds.),Shielding Humanity: Essays in International Law in Honour of Judge Abdul G. Koroma (2015) 2134.

  • SubediS.P., An Innovative Solution to an Ambitious Project: Dispute Resolution in the 1982 Convention on the Law of the Sea, in C. Jalloh and O. Elias (eds.),Shielding Humanity: Essays in International Law in Honour of Judge Abdul G. Koroma (2015) 163186.

  • SupancanaI.B.R., Maritime Boundary Disputes between Indonesia and Malaysia in the Area of Ambalat Block: Some Optional Scenarios for Peaceful Settlement, 8Journal of East Asia and International Law195211 (2015).

  • TaylorB., The South China Sea as a “Crisis”, in L. Buszynski and C.B. Roberts (eds.),The South China Sea Maritime Dispute: Political, Legal, and Regional Perspectives (2015), 173186.

  • YoungMargaret A. and SullivanSebastián Rioseco, Evolution through the Duty to Cooperate: Implications of the Whaling Case at the International Court of Justice16 (2) Melbourne Journal of International Law133(2015).

  • ZhangJ., China’s South China Sea Policy: Evolution, Claims and Challenges, in L. Buszynski and C.B. Roberts (eds.),The South China Sea Maritime Dispute: Political, Legal and Regional Perspectives(2015),6082.

26 Arbitration

27 Private International Law

28 Air and Space

  • KaiserStefan A., Legal Considerations about the Loss of Malaysia Airlines FlightMH17 in Eastern Ukraine,2Air and Space Law Issue107121 (2015).

  • LeeJae Woon and DyMichelle, Mitigating Effective Control Restriction on Joint Venture Airlines in Asia: Philippine AirAsia Case,40 (3) Air and Space Law231254 (2015).

29 Miscellaneous

  • ChopraSurabhi, Legislating Safety Nets: Comparing Recent Social Protection Laws in Asia,22 (1) Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies573630 (2015).

  • FrybergH.G., Legal Innovations in Asia: Judicial Lawmaking and the Influence of Comparative Law, 2015 Lawasia Journal109116 (2015).

  • GodwinAndrew, Barriers to Practice by Foreign Lawyers in Asia: Exploring the Role of Lawyers in Society,22 (3) International Journal of the Legal Profession299322 (2015).

  • Hahm, Chaihark, & Sung Ho Kim.Making we the people: democratic constitutional founding in postwar Japan and South Korea(Cambridge University Press, 2015).

  • Hanami, Tadashi, Fumito Komiya, and Ruichi Yamanaka,Labour law in Japan(Kluwer Law International, 2015).

  • LaverackPeter J., The Rise of Asia and the Status of the French Language in International Law,14Chinese Journal of International Law567583 (2015).

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