93 Am. J. Int'l L. [vii] (1999)
Table of Contents--Issue 2

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OF
INTERNATIONAL LAW
VOL. 93                           April 1999                            NO. 2
CONTENTS
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Symposium on Method in International Law
Edited by Steven R. Ratner and Anne-Marie Slaughter
Appraising the Methods of International Law: A Prospectus for Readers
Steven R. Ratner and Anne-Marie Slaughter  291
The Responsibility of Individuals for Human Rights Abuses in Internal
Conflicts: A Positivist View         Bruno Simma and Andreas L. Paulus  302
Policy-Oriented Jurisprudence and Human Rights Abuses in Internal
Conflict: Toward a World Public Order of Human Dignity
Siegfried Wiessner and Andrew R. Willard  316
New International Legal Process                     Mary Ellen O'Connell  334
Letter to the Editors of the Symposium                Martti Koskenniemi  351
International Relations Theory, International Law, and the Regime
Governing Atrocities in Internal Conflicts           Kenneth W. Abbott  361
Feminist Methods in International Law                 Hilary Charlesworth  379
The Law and Economics of Humanitarian Law Violations in Internal Conflict
Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Joel P. Trachtman 394
The Method Is the Message         Anne-Marie Slaughter and Steven R. Ratner  410
Constitutionalization and Dispute Settlement in the WTO: National Security
as an Issue of Competence        Hannes L. Schloemann and Stefan Ohlhoff  424
The constitutionalization of the WTO is forcing a reappraisal of certain states'
claims based on national security. The authors examine the claim raised in the
U.S.-EC Helms-Burton dispute that the very invocation of the GATT's security
exception bars WTO review. They conclude that the sovereign prerogative of the
state to define its essential security interests does not exclude the WTO's
interpretive and adjudicatory competence. A clear separation of spheres allows
for a constitutional solution within the system.
Editorial Comment
Progress in International Criminal Law?              Jonathan I. Charney  452
Notes and Comments
Stefan A. Riesenfeld (1908-1999)                         David D. Caron  465
Correspondence                                                           467
The Francis De5.k Prize                                                  469
Contemporary Practice of the United States Relating to International Law
Edited by Sean D. Murphy  470
International Decisions                         Edited by Bernard H. Oxman  502
Fisheries Jurisdiction (Spain v. Canada)          Barbara Kwiatkowska
International Court ofJustice ruling on jurisdiction under the optional clause
where foreign fishing vessel is seized on the high seas
United States-Import Prohibition of Certain Shrimp Products
Gregory Shaffer
WTO Appellate Body ruling on import ban on shrimp harvested without
devices permitting turtles to escape
Prosecutor v. Delali6                            Olivia Swaak-Goldman
International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia judgment on
command responsibility and international character of the Bosnian conflict

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