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Edited by Sik Ko Swan and Snežana Trifunovska

This is a comprehensive collection of data on the treaty law of Indonesia which has its origin in the assumption that the availability of these data is among the preconditions for a correct understanding of the Indonesian international position and its international rights and duties. There is no official collection of Indonesian treaties in existence.
Part One presents a concise description of the Indonesian law and practice concerNing treaty-making power and the publication of treaties. It deals with the constitutional provisions and their interpretation and application and places them in a wider perspective.
Part Two comprises chronological indexes of multilateral and bilateral treaties. These indexes contain data on forty items, where available, regarding each treaty, such as the sources of the texts, the subject matter, the Indonesian consent to be bound, Indonesian reservations and declarations, the date of ratification, amendments, revisions and replacement. These main indexes are supplemented by a subject index and indexes of Acts of Approval and Presidential Ratification Decrees which are published in the Indonesian State Gazette.
The volume will be of use to practising lawyers involved in Indonesian transactions, officials in the field of international relations involving Indonesia and academic researchers on the international law of treaties.
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Edited by Sik Ko Swan, M.C.W. Pinto and Surya Subedi

The Asian Yearbook of International Law is the first publication dedicated primarily to international law as seen from an Asian perspective. It provides international law articles written by experts from the region and other articles relating to Asian topics. The editorial board, national correspondents, advisory council, and governing board comprise a diverse group of academics and government officials from a wide range of countries and positions.
The Asian Yearbook of International Law offers a number of useful features: - articles;- notes; - legal materials (such as the state practice in a number of Asian countries and participation in multilateral treaties); - Asia and international organizations; - chronicle of events for the covered year; - literature (including book reviews and a bibliography); - selected documents (treaties, agreements, and other relevant primary documents); and - an index. Its range of features assures that the Yearbook comprehensively covers the critical events, legislation, and issues of the past year and that users can easily access all of this information.
Academics and practitioners who deal with international public law in Asia will appreciate this unique, complete resource. The Asian Yearbook of International Law provides insight into Asian views and practices, especially for non-Asian readers, and also promotes the dissemination of knowledge of international law in Asia.
Some of the topics covered in this volume: the secession of Bangladesh in international law; the Asian Development Bank Administrative Tribunal; port state control: a comment on the Tokyo MOU; maritime jurisdiction over vessel-source pollution in the EEZ: the Chinese experience.
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Edited by Sik Ko Swan, J.J.G. Syatauw and M.C.W. Pinto

The Asian Yearbook of International Law is the first publication dedicated primarily to international law as seen from an Asian perspective. It provides international law articles written by experts from the region and other articles relating to Asian topics. The editorial board, national correspondents, advisory council, and governing board comprise a diverse group of academics and government officials from a wide range of countries and positions.
The Asian Yearbook of International Law offers a number of useful features: - articles; - notes; - legal materials (such as the state practice in a number of Asian countries and participation in multilateral treaties); - Asia and international organizations; - chronicle of events for the covered year; - literature (including book reviews and a bibliography); - selected documents (treaties, agreements, and other relevant primary documents); - and an index. Its range of features assures that the Yearbook comprehensively covers the critical events, legislation, and issues of the past year and that users can easily access all of this information.
Academics and practitioners who deal with international public law in Asia will appreciate this unique, complete resource. The Asian Yearbook of International Law provides insight into Asian views and practices, especially for non-Asian readers, and also promotes the dissemination of knowledge of international law in Asia.
Some of the topics covered in this volume: the right to legal assistance, recent developments in Asian investment treaty expropriation clauses, the law and practice of India on effectuation of international law in the municipal order, and China's ratification of the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea.
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Edited by Sik Ko Swan, J.J.G. Syatauw and M.C.W. Pinto

The Asian Yearbook of International Law is the first publication primarily dedicated to international law as seen from an Asian perspective. It provides a forum for the publication of articles in the field of international law written by experts from the region, and also other articles relating to Asian topics. Its aim is twofold: to promote the dissemination of knowledge of international law in Asia and to provide an insight into Asian views and practices, which will be especially useful to a non-Asian readership.
As a rule, each volume of the Asian Yearbook will contain Articles, Notes, State Practice, a Chronicle of Events and Incidents, United Nations Activities with Special Relevance to Asia, a Survey of Activities of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Committee, a Bibliography and a Documents section.
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Edited by Sik Ko Swan, J.J.G. Syatauw and M.C.W. Pinto

The Asian Yearbook of International Law is the first publication dedicated primarily to international law as seen from an Asian perspective. It provides a forum for the publication of articles in the field of international law written by experts from the region, and also other articles relating to Asian topics. Its aim is twofold: to promote the dissemination of knowledge of international law in Asia and to provide an insight into Asian views and practices, which will be especially useful to a non-Asian readership.
As a rule, each volume of the Asian Yearbook contains Articles, Notes, State Practice, a Chronicle of Events and Incidents, United Nations Activities with Special Relevance to Asia, a Survey of Activities of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Committee, a Bibliography and a Documents section.
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Edited by Sik Ko Swan, J.J.G. Syatauw and M.C.W. Pinto

The Asian Yearbook of International Law is the first publication dedicated primarily to international law as seen from an Asian perspective. It provides a forum for the publication of articles in the field of international law written by experts from the region, and also other articles relating to Asian topics. Its aim is twofold: to promote the dissemination of knowledge of international law in Asia and to provide an insight into Asian views and practices, which will be especially useful to a non-Asian readership.
As a rule, each volume of the Asian Yearbook contains Articles, Notes, State Practice, a Chronicle of Events and Incidents, United Nations Activities with Special Relevance to Asia, a Survey of Activities of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Committee, a Bibliography and a Documents section.
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Edited by Sik Ko Swan, J.J.G. Syatauw and M.C.W. Pinto

The Asian Yearbook of International Law is the first publication dedicated primarily to international law as seen from an Asian perspective. It provides a forum for the publication of articles in the field of international law written by experts from the region, and also other articles relating to Asian topics. Its aim is twofold: to promote the dissemination of knowledge of international law in Asia and to provide an insight into Asian views and practices, which will be especially useful to a non-Asian readership.
As a rule, each volume of the Asian Yearbook contains Articles, Notes, State Practice, a Chronicle of Events and Incidents, United Nations Activities with Special Relevance to Asia, a Survey of Activities of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Committee, a Bibliography and a Documents section.
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Edited by B.S. Chimni, Sik Ko Swan, Masahiro Miyoshi, M.C.W. Pinto and Surya Subedi

The Asian Yearbook of International Law is a major refereed publication dedicated to international law issues as seen primarily from an Asian perspective. This is the first publication of its kind edited by a team of leading international law scholars from across Asia. The Asian Yearbook of International Law provides a forum for the publication of articles in the field of international law, and other Asian international law topics, written by experts from the region and elsewhere. Its aim is twofold: to promote international law in Asia, and to provide an intellectual platform for the discussion and dissemination of Asian views and practices on contemporary international legal issues.

As a rule, each volume of the Asian Yearbook normally contains articles; notes; a section on State practice; an overview of the participation of Asian countries in multilateral treaties; a chronicle of events and incidents; surveys of the activities of international organizations which have special relevance to Asia, such as a survey of the activities of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Committee; and book review, bibliography and documents sections.
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Edited by Sik Ko Swan, J.J.G. Syatauw and M.C.W. Pinto

The Asian Yearbook of International Law is the first publication dedicated primarily to international law as seen from an Asian perspective. It provides international law articles written by experts from the region and other articles relating to Asian topics. The editorial board, national correspondents, advisory council, and governing board comprise a diverse group of academics and government officials from a wide range of countries and positions.
The Asian Yearbook of International Law offers a number of useful features: - articles; - notes; - legal materials (such as the state practice in a number of Asian countries and participation in multilateral treaties); - Asia and international organizations; - chronicle of events for the covered year; - literature (including book reviews and a bibliography); - selected documents (treaties, agreements, and other relevant primary documents); and - an index. Its range of features assures that the Yearbook comprehensively covers the critical events, legislation, and issues of the past year and that users can easily access all of this information.
Academics and practitioners who deal with international public law in Asia will appreciate this unique, complete resource. The Asian Yearbook of International Law provides insight into Asian views and practices, especially for non-Asian readers, and also promotes the dissemination of knowledge of international law in Asia.
Some of the topics covered in this volume: recent trends in the jurisprudence of the international court of justice and international arbitral tribunals, with special reference to territorial and boundary cases; an environmental regime for the arctic and the antarctic analogy; Philippine civil procedure in transboundary disputes; international civil procedure in Indonesia and Japan; and transboundary civil litigation in Korea.