108 AJIL Unbound [1] (2014-2015)

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VOL.  108                                               March  2014-July 2015
                               CONTENTS                               PAGE


Symposium:  Nico Krisch, The Decay of Consent: International Law in an
   Age of Global Public Goods
   Comment  on Nico Krisch, The Decay of Consent: International Law in an
     Age of Global Public Goods      Eyal Benvenisti & George W Downs      1
   From Contract to Status: A Comment on Nico Krisch's The Decay of Consent
                                                          Tom Ginsburg     8

Symposium:  The Sixty-Fifth Session of the International Law Commission
   The Changing Form of the International Law Commission's Work
                                                      Jacob Katz Cogan     4
   The International Law Commission Reinvents Itself?
                                                     Kristina Daugirdas   79

Symposium:  Remedies For Harm  Caused By UN  Peacekeepers
   Remedies for Harm Caused by UN Peacekeepers
                                                        Bruce Rashkow      10
   UN Accountability for Haiti's Cholera Epidemic
                        Ira Kurzban, Beatrice Lindstrom, & Shannon Jonsson 17
   The United Nations in the Time of Cholera
                                                          Josd Alvarez    22

Symposium:  The End of Treaties?
   Collective Decision-making in International Governance
                                                         Timothy Meyer    30
   Reports of the Death of Treaty Are Premature, but Customary International
      Law  May Have Outlived Its Usefulness            JoelP. Trachtman   36
   Custom and Treaties as Interchangeable Instruments of National Policy
                                                     BartM  J. Szewczyk   41
   The Fall and Rise of Peace Treaties
                                                       Tanisha M Fazal    46
   Increasing Relevance of Treaties: The Case of the Arctic
                                                         Timo Koivurova   52
   An Empirical Look at U.S. Treaty Practice: Some Preliminary Conclusions
                                                      Cindy Galway Buys   57


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