Hague Yearbook of International Law 2004: v.17.
Hague yearbook of international law 2004; v.17.
The yearbook begins with five articles, ranging in subject from the central tenets of modern international law (by a former ambassador of Israel) to the Anglo-American presence in Iraq (in French). Subsequent sections treat cases in 2003-2004 before the International Court of Justice, the International Criminal Court, and other international tribunals. The final contribution reports on a Hague conference on the status of global conventions relating to areas of private international law, e.g., choose of court agreements, children's rights, e-commerce. Not indexed. This is a continuation of the yearbook produced by The Hague Academy of International Law, of which the last issue is vol.54/55/56 covering the years 1984/1985/1986. Nijhoff is an imprint of Brill Academic Publishers.
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