ASIL Insights

The Entering Into Force of the Lisbon Treaty – A European Odyssey

Who’s Going to Copenhagen?: The Rise of Civil Society in International Treaty-Making

State of Play: Changing Climate at Copenhagen

The Khmer Rouge Tribunal Paves the Way for Additional Investigations

Germany Sues Italy at the International Court of Justice on Foreign Sovereign Immunity – Legal Underpinnings and Implications for U.S. Law

Issues of International Law Interest before the 64th Session of the United Nations General Assembly

The European Court of Justice Kadi Decision and the Future of UN Counterterrorism Sanctions

Chinese Import Restrictions on Publications and Entertainment Products Found to be WTO Inconsistent

Who can be detained in the "War on Terror"? The Emerging Answer

Honduras: Coup d’Etat in Constitutional Clothing? - Revision*

Honduras: ¿Golpe de Estado en Vestido Constitucional? - Revisión*

ICTY Special Chamber Decision In the Case Against Florence Hartmann

The Goldstone Report

Abyei Arbitration – Final Award

Wiwa v. Shell: The $15.5 Million Settlement

Eritrea-Ethiopia Claims Commission: Damage Awards

African Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone in Force: What Next for Diego Garcia?

Special Tribunal for Lebanon: The First Orders by the Pre-Trial Judge

The UNHCR’S Guidance Note on Refugee Claims Relating to Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Honduras: Coup d’Etat in Constitutional Clothing?

Honduras: ¿Golpe de Estado en Vestido Constitucional?

Is Bagram the New Guantánamo? Habeas Corpus and Maqaleh v. Gates

Ten Years After the War in Kosovo: International Law, Kosovo and the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

Foreign Officials and Sovereign Immunity in U.S. Courts

The Torture Memos and Accountability

The Swine Flu Outbreak and International Law

WTO Panel Report on Consistency of Chinese Intellectual Property Standards

International Legal Responses to Piracy off the Coast of Somalia

Global Witness v. Afrimex Ltd.: Decision Applying OECD Guidelines on Corporate Responsibility for Human Rights