16 LJIL [i] (2003)

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   1-35 Placing International Law: White Spaces on a Map
         Vasuki Nesiah
  37-53 International Law Transformed? From Pinochet to Congo... ?
         Philippe Sands

  55-56 International Court of Justice
         Fleischhauer Leaves the Court
         Rosalyn Higgins

  57-65 Judge Shigeru Oda: A Tribute to an International Treasure
         Michael Reisman

  67-83 The Binding Nature of Provisional Measures of the International Court of Justice: the
         'Settlement' of the Issue in the LaGrand Case
         Jorg Kammerhofer

 85-113 International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda
         Prosecutor v. Todorovi6 Illegal Capture as an Obstacle to the Exercise of International
         Criminal Jurisdiction
         James Sloan

115-133 The Challenge of Linking International Criminal Justice and National Reconciliation:
         the Case of the ICTR
         Jean Marie Kamatali
135- 56 International Criminal Court
         The Netherlands and the International Criminal Court: On Statute Obligations and
         Hans Bevers, Niels Blokker, and Jaap Roording

157-170 The Constitutive Act of the African Union and Institution-Building in Postcolonial
         Tiyanjana Maluwa

17i-i8o The Use of Force in a Changing World- US and European Perspectives
         Ivo H. Daalder

I8i-i89 Books and Articles in the Field of International Dispute Settlement (Autumn 2002)
          Ingrid Kost

          BOOK REVIEWS
191-201 Wilhelm Grewe, The Epochs of International Law, translated and revised by
          Michael Byers
          Carl Landauer

201-207 Ulla Hingst, Auswirkungen der Globalisierung auf das Recht der v6lkerrechtlichen Vertrdge
          Jan Klabbers
207-210 Nikolaos K. Tsagourias, Jurisprudence of International Law. The Humanitarian Dimension
          Ramses A. Wessel

 210-214 Dieter Fleck (ed.), The Handbook of The Law of Visiting Forces
          Constantine Antonopoulos

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