1.Comparative International Law: Framing the Field

Author:Anthea Roberths, Paul B. Stephen, Pierre-Hugues Verdier, and Mila Versteeg 


2.How to Select and develop International Law Case Studies: Lessons from Comparative Law and Comparative Polices

Author:Katerina Linos


3.Comparative International Law at the ICTY: The General Principles Experiment 

Author:Neha Jain


4.Comparative International Law Within, Not Against, International Law: Lessons from the International Law Commission

Author:Mathias Forteau


5.International Law in National Legal System: An Empirical Investigation

Author:Pierre-Hugues Verdier and Mila Versteeg


6.Why Do National Court Judges Refer to Human Rights Treaties? A Comparative International Law Analysis of CEDAW

Author:Christopher McCrudden


Editorial Comment

7.The Executive's Misplaced Reliance on War Powers "Custom"

Author:Michael J. Glennon


Notes and Comments

8.Response to Koh and Buchwald's Article: Don Quixote and Sancho Panza Tilt at Windmills

Author:Alain Pellet


9.The Crime of Aggression as Custom and the Mechanisms for Determining Acts of Aggression

Author:Bing Bing Jia


10.The Francis Deák Prize


11.Nominations for the Board of Editors


Current Developments

12.The 2014 Judicial Activity of the International Court of Justice

Author:Christine Gray


International Decisions(Edited by David P. Stewart)

13.The 2014 Judicial Activity of the International Court of Justice


14.China-Measures Related to the Exportation of Rare Earths, Tungsten, and Molybdenum (Elizabeth Trujillo)


15.Shepherd v. Germany (Klaus Ferdinand Gärditz)


16.Konaté v. Burkina Faso (Dinah Shelton)


17.Zivotofsky ex rel. Zivotofsky v. Kerry (Ingrid Wuerth)


Contemporary Practice of the United States Relating to International Law(Edited by Kristina Daugirdas and Julian Davis Mortenson)


18.United States Adjusts Aid to Egypt in Light of Legal and Political Developments


19.P5+1 and Iran Reach Agreement on Iranian Nuclear Program; Obama Administration Seeks Congressional Approval


20.United States Authorizes New Sanctions Program Aimed at Foreign Perpetrators of Cyberattacts and Cyberexploits


21.Nomalization of Cuba-U.S.Relations Continues


22.U.S. Navy Continues Freedom of Navigation and Overflight Missions in the South China Sea Despite China's "Inland-Building" Campaign


23.U.S. Department of Justice Charges Leaders of FIFA, Affiliate Soccer Organizations, and Sports Marketing Companies in 47-Count Indictment


Recent Books on International Law (Edited by Richard B. Bilder)


Review Essay


24.Global Judicialization Revisited (José E. Alvarez)


Book Reviews

25.Neff, Stephen C. Justice Among Nations: A History of International Law (Rüdiger Wolfrum)


26.Gostin, Lawrence O. Global Health Law (Gian Luca Burci)


27.Reisman, W. Michael, and Christina Skinner. Fraudulent Evidence Before Public International Tribunals: The Dirty Stories of International Law (Nancy Amoury Combs)


28.Llamzon, Aloysius P. Corruption in International Investment Arbitration (Stanimir A. Alexandrov)


Books Received


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