CJCCL 2017, Volume 3

Problems of Interpretation in International Law

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Louis LeBel Foreword: Aspects of International Law: From Interpretation to Law Making i
Abdulqawi Yusuf & Daniel Peat RA Contrario Interpretation in the Jurisprudence of the International Court of Justice 1-18
Juliette McIntyre Same Pod, Different Peas: The Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties in Australian and Canadian Courts 19-64
Lucas Lixinsk The Consensus Method of Interpretation by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights 65-96
Daniel Peat Interpretation and Domestic Law: The Prosecution of Rape at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia 97-132
Gib van Ert A Suitable Population: British Columbia’s Japanese Treaty Act Litigation, 1920-1923 133-158
Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger Inspiration for Integration: Interpreting International Trade and Investment Accords for Sustainable Development 159-216
Joshua Karton Choice of Law and Interpretive Authority in Investor-State Arbitration 217-268
Rumiana Yotova Challenges in the Identification of the “General Principles of Law Recognized by Civilized Nations”: The Approach of the International Court 269-323