3 Int'l Org. L. Rev. [i] (2006)

handle is hein.journals/iolr3 and id is 1 raw text is: INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS LAW REVIEW

Table of Contents, Volume 3, Issue 1, 2006
Editorial: The UN, the EU and Jus Cogens
Ramses A. Wessel                                                 I
Articles
The Conundrum of Recourse to Force - to Protect Persons
C.E Amerasinghe                                                  7
The World Trade Organization and its Powers to Adopt a
Competition Policy
Ren6 Uruena                                                    55
The International Criminal Court and the Separation of Powers
Dominic Raab and Hans Bevers                                   93
Shorter Notes
A Note on UN v. Parton
Mary Ellen O'Connell                                          137
Institutional and Procedural Reform at the World Intellectual
Property Organization
Edward Kwakwa                                                  143
Book reviews
Jos6 E. Alvarez, International Organizations as Law-Makers
(Jan Klabbers)                                                153
Roy Lee (ed.), Swords into Plowshares: Building Peace Through
the United Nations
(Jan Klabbers)                                                159
Mary E. Footer, An Institutional and Normative Analysis of the
World Trade Organization
(Jan Klabbers)                                                161
Documents
Legal Opinions of the Office of Legal Affairs of the United Nations
Compiled by David Hutchinson and Markus Pallek                 165

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