1 J. Int'l L & Int'l Rel. [i] (2004-2005)

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J                       journal of  international law
international relations
Volume 1, Numbers 1-2
Winter 2004/Spring 2005
Contents
Editors' Note                                            I
Foreword                                                 3
Articles
Theory
Toward a Richer Institutionalism                         9
for International Law and Policy
Kenneth W. Abbott
The Relative Autonomy of International Law               35
or The Forgotten Politics of Interdisciplinarity
Jan Klabbers
Identifying the Source and Nature of a State's           49
Political Obligation Towards International Law
Shirley V. Scott
Duelling Agendas: International Relations                61
and International Law (Again)
Geny Simpson
Environment
The Evolution of International Environmental Cooperation  75
Elizabeth R. DeSombre
Rethinking International Environmental Regimes:          89
What Role for Partnership Coalitions?
Christopher C. Joyner
Environmental Governance After Johannesburg:             121
From Stalled Legalization to Environmental Human Rights?
Ken Conca
Legitimacy in Global Environmental Governance            139
Steven Bernstein

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