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International & Comparative Law Quarterly - Volume 69 - Issue 2 - April 2020

International & Comparative Law Quarterly – Volume 69 – Issue 2 – April 2020

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International & Comparative Law Quarterly

Volume 69 – Issue 2 – April 2020

ISSN: 0020-5893 (Print), 1471-6895 (Online)

The International & Comparative Law Quarterly (ICLQ) publishes papers on public and private international law, comparative law, human rights and European law, and is one of the world’s leading journals covering all these areas. Since it was founded in 1952 the ICLQ has built a reputation for publishing innovative and original articles within the various fields, and also spanning them, exploring the connections between the subject areas. It offers both academics and practitioners wide topical coverage, without compromising rigorous editorial standards.
The ICLQ attracts scholarship of the highest standard from around the world, which contributes to the maintenance of its truly international frame of reference. The ‘Shorter Articles and Notes’ section enables the discussion of contemporary legal issues and ‘Book Reviews’ highlight the most important new publications in these various fields. The ICLQ is the journal of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, and is published by Cambridge University Press

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Articles
THE EURO–ARAB INVESTMENT TREATY THAT NEARLY WAS
Eileen Denza, Lauge N. Skovgaard Poulsen

RECALIBRATING THE INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT REGIME THROUGH NARROWED JURISDICTION
Javier García Olmedo

SAFE ZONES AND THE INTERNAL PROTECTION ALTERNATIVE
Bríd Ní Ghráinne

PASSPORTS, THE RIGHT TO TRAVEL, AND NATIONAL SECURITY IN THE COMMONWEALTH
Paul F. Scott

ARTICLE 16 UNESCO CONVENTION AND THE PROTECTION OF UNDERWATER CULTURAL HERITAGE
Anna Petrig, Maria Stemmler

Shorter Articles
UNDERSTANDING CLAIM PROXIMITY IN THE EU REGIME OF JURISDICTION AGREEMENTS
Matteo Winkler

HUMANITARIAN ACCESS THROUGH AGENCY LAW IN NON-INTERNATIONAL ARMED CONFLICTS
David Matyas

A RENAISSANCE OF THE DOCTRINE OF REBUS SIC STANTIBUS?
Julian Kulaga

Book Reviews
Maritime Delimitation as a Judicial Process by Massimo Lando [Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2019, 432pp, ISBN 9781108497398, £95 (h/bk), 100USD (ebk)]Douglas Guilfoyle

EU Anti-Discrimination Law beyond Gender, edited by Uladzislau Belavusau and Kristin Henrard [Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2018, 392 pp, ISBN: 978-1-50-991501-9, £60, (h/bk)]Aleksandra Gliszczyńska-Grabias

Last Chance for Life: Clemency in Southeast Asian Death Penalty Cases by Daniel Pascoe [Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2019, 368pp, ISBN: 9780198809715, £70.00, (h/bk)]Mai Sato

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