60 Int'l & Comp. L.Q. [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/incolq60 and id is 1 raw text is: International and Comparative
Law Quarterly
Volume 60                     January 2011                    Part 1
ARTICLES
JUDICIAL DECISION-MAKING AND TRANSNATIONAL LAW: A SURVEY OF
COMMON LAW SUPREME COURT JUDGES
Brian Flanagan and Sinkad Ahern     1
CHOICE OF LAW REGARDING THE VOLUNTARY ASSIGNMENT OF
CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE ROME I REGULATION
Trevor Hartley   29
COMPARATIVE INTERNATIONAL LAW? THE ROLE OF NATIONAL COURTS IN
INTERNATIONAL LAW                              Anthea Roberts    57
JUDICIAL SCRUTINY OF MERGER DECISIONS IN THE EU, UK AND GERMANY
Michael Harker, Sebastian Peyer and Kathryn Wright  93
SECURING HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE FACE OF INTERNATIONAL INTEGRATION
Israel de Jesis Butler 125
SHORTER ARTICLES
CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN FRANCE
Myriam Hunter-Henin    167
INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED HUMAN RIGHTS BEFORE THE INTERNATIONAL
CRIMINAL COURT                                 Rebecca Young    189
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS: PUBLIC
INTERNATIONAL LAW
I. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW REGARDING NUCLEAR
WEAPONS                                       Dan H Joyner    209
II. THE UNITED KINGDOM AND PARLIAMENTARY SCRUTINY OF TREATIES:
RECENT REFORMS                                   Jill Barrett  225
III. INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' HUMAN RIGHTS IN AFRICA: THE PRAGMATIC
REVOLUTION OF THE AFRICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN AND PEOPLES'
RIGHTS                                      .J6rmie Gilbert   245

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