106 Am. J. Int'l L. [i] (2012)

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INTERNATIONAL LAW
VOL. 106                             January 2012                                NO. 1
CONTENTS                                     PAGE
The Empirical Turn in International Legal Scholarship
Gregory Shaffer and Tom Ginsburg
This article presents and assesses a new wave of empirical research on interna-
tional law. Recent scholarship has moved away from theoretical debates over
whether international law matters, and focuses instead on exploring the con-
ditions under which international law is created and produces effects. As this
empirical research program has matured, it has allowed for new, midlevel the-
orizing that we call conditional international law theory.
Political Science Research on International Law: The State of the Field
EmilieM  Hafner-Burton, David G. Victor, and Yonatan Lupu    47
Political scientists are actively engaged in research on many aspects of interna-
tional law and organizations. This article reviews the key theories and empirical
findings that have emerged over the last two decades of that research program.
The aim, in addition to a comprehensive review and assessment, is to outline an
agenda for collaboration between political scientists and international lawyers on
topics that will advance the state of the art in both fields.
In Memoriam
Eric Stein (1913-2011)    Daniel Halberstam, Steven Ratner, and Mathias Reimann   98
Editorial Comment
Celebrating a Fraud on the Court                          Stephen M  Schwebel    102
Correspondence                                                                     106
Current Developments
U.S. State Legislation to Limit Use of International and Foreign Law Aaron Fellmeth  107
International Decisions                             Edited by Davidj. Bederman
Situation in the Republic ofKenya (Charles Chernor Jalloh)                       118
International Criminal Court Appeals Chamber decision on admissibility when
a state claims to be investigating the same case
Sabeh el Leil v. France (David J. Bederman)                                      125
European Court of Human Rights Grand Chamber judgment on limits to sov-
ereign immunity in embassy employment dispute
AI-Skeini v. United Kingdom (Miga Zgonec-Rolej)                                   131
European Court of Human Rights Grand Chamber ruling on application to
occupying power in Iraq of obligations under the European Convention on
Human Rights

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