52 Int'l & Comp. L.Q. [i] (2003)

handle is hein.journals/incolq52 and id is 1 raw text is: International and
Comparative Law Quarterly
Volume 52              January 2003                  Part 1
ARTICLES
THE ICJ, THE ECJ, AND THE INTEGRITY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
Rosalyn Higgins    1
REGIONAL DIMENSIONS TO EUROPEAN GOVERNANCE
Andrew Evans    21
REFLECTIONS ON MARITIME DELIMITATION IN THE QATAR/BAHRAIN
CASE                                 Yoshifumi Tanaka  53
SOME ISSUES FOR SENTENCING IN THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL
COURT                                  Ralph Henham    81
DEVELOPING A 'PEACE AND SECURITY' APPROACH TOWARDS
MINORITIES' PROBLEMS                     Li-ann Thio  115
THE NEW LEX MERCATORIA: INTERNATIONAL INTERESTS IN
MOBILE EQUIPMENT                         Iwan Davies  151
FROM CENTROS TO UEBERSEERING: FREE MOVEMENT OF COMPANIES,
PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW, AND COMMUNITY LAW
Wulf-Henning Roth  177
SHORTER ARTICLES, COMMENTS AND NOTES
SCOTLAND AND SPAIN: THE DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL COMPETENCES
Colin T Reid and Gerardo Ruiz-Rico Ruiz  209
EU RESPONSES TO TERRORISM                    Steve Peers  227
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS:
PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW
I. SEPTEMBER 11 AND THE UK RESPONSE     Elena Katselli and
Sangeeta Shah  245
II. WORLD SUMMIT ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: ACCOMPLISHMENTS
AND NEW DIRECTIONS?                     Kevin R. Gray  256

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