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1. Actualités de la gouvernance internationale de la Mer Méditerranée

2. African peace : regional norms from the organization of African Unity to the African Union

3. Biolaw and international criminal law : towards interdisciplinary synergies

4. Crime prevention and justice in 2030 : the UN and the universal declaration of human rights

5. Dignity rights : courts, constitutions, and the worth of the human person

6. Emerging pathogens at the poles : disease and international trade law

7. Enforcement of investment treaty arbitration awards

8. The Frontier Complex

9. Human rights in eastern civilisations : some reflections of a former UN special rapporteur

10. Ideology and international institutions

11. Indigenous land rights in the Inter-American system

12. International arbitration and EU law

13. Investments in conflict zones : the role of international investment law in armed conflicts, disputed territories, and ‘frozen’ conflicts

14. Judge Pinto de Albuquerque and the progressive development of international human rights law

15. Legality matters : crimes against humanity and the problems and promise of the prohibition on other inhumane acts

16. Linguistic justice at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

17. Marine biodiversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction

18. Mass atrocities in Africa and transitional justice

19. The Paris agreement on climate change : a commentary

20. Post-Conflict Memorialization : Missing Memorials, Absent Bodies

21. Public participation and foreign investment law : from the creation of rights and obligations to the settlement of disputes

22. Sur les chemins d'un jus commune universalisable

23. Towards a more accountable United Nations Security Council

24. Union européenne et protection des investissements

25. Urgency and human rights : the protective potential and legitimacy of interim measures