56 Int'l & Comp. L.Q. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/incolq56 and id is 1 raw text is: International and
Comparative Law Quarterly
Volume 56               January 2007                     Part 1
ARTICLES
THE IMPACT OF ARTICLE 6(1) OF THE ECHR ON PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL
LAW                                           JJ Fawcett    1
THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AND UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION:
A CLOSE ENCOUNTER?
Olympia Bekou and Robert Cryer  49
INTERDICTING VESSELS TO ENFORCE THE COMMON INTEREST:
MARITIME COUNTERMEASURES AND THE USE OF FORCE
Douglas Guilfoyle  69
INTERPRETATION OF SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS UNDER
CHAPTER VII IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE IRAQI CRISIS
Efthymios Papastavridis  83
THE EU LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK AGAINST MONEY LAUNDERING AND
TERRORIST FINANCE: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS IN THE LIGHT OF EVOLVING
GLOBAL STANDARDS        Valsamis Mitsilegas and Bill Gilmore  119
SHORTER ARTICLES, COMMENTS, AND NOTES
BACK TO BASICS: NECESSITY, PROPORTIONALITY, AND THE RIGHT OF SELF-
DEFENCE AGAINST NON-STATE TERRORIST ACTORS
Kimberley N Trapp  141
A CRISIS OF LEGITIMACY FOR THE UN COLLECTIVE SECURITY SYSTEM?
Christine Gray  157
THE INTERNATIONAL COURT AND 'ITS FREEDOM TO SELECT THE GROUND
UPON WHICH IT WILL BASE ITS JUDGMENT' Alexander Orakhelashvili  171
THE RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE
Jean d'Aspremont  185

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