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Volume 2, Irish Yearbook of International Law

royal_hbThe second volume of the Irish Yearbook of International Law (2007) has now been published by Hart Publishing. As with the first volume (contents), the IYIL 2007 contains correspondence reports on, among other things, human rights law in Ireland during 2007. Details of full contents can be found here. The main articles contained in the IYIL 2007 are:

* William A Schabas & Aisling O’Sullivan, Of Politics and Poor Weather: How Ireland Decided to Sue the United Kingdom Under the European Convention on Human Rights
* Ray Murphy, Whither UN Peacekeeping in Lebanon
* Pádraig McAuliffe, Forgetting the Purposes of Hybrid Courts: The East Timorese Experience
* Fiona de Londras, Shannon, Saadi and Ireland’s Reliance on Diplomatic Assurances Under Article 3 of the European Convention
* Colin Smith, Special Agreements to Apply the Geneva Conventions in Internal Armed Conflicts: The Lessons of Darfur

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