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  Leiden Journal of International Law   (Netherlands)
  Volume 20, Number 1, March 2007
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  • ARTICLES
  • Possible Islands of Predictability: The Legal Thought of Hannah Arendt
        JAN KLABBERS
        p.1-23                                                                                    +cite        
  • Paul Ricoeur and International Law: Beyond ‘The End of the Subject’. Towards a Reconceptualization of International Legal Personality
        JANNE E. NIJMAN
        p.25-64                                                                                  +cite        
  • At the Crossroads: Justus Lipsius and the Early Modern Development of International Law
        HALVARD LEIRA
        p.65-88                                                                                  +cite        

  • HAGUE INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNALS: International Court Of Justice
  • The Armed Activities Case and Non-state Actors in Self-Defence Law
        JÖRG KAMMERHOFER
        p.89-113                                                                                +cite        

  • HAGUE INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNALS: International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
  • Compulsion of Information from States and Due Process in Cases before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
        GRANT DAWSON and JOAKIM DUNGEL
        p.115-163                                                                              +cite        

  • HAGUE INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNALS: International Criminal Court
  • The International Criminal Court and the Shortcomings of Domestic Legislation: Introductory Note
        CARSTEN STAHN
        p.165-166                                                                              +cite        
  • Lessons of the European Arrest Warrant for Domestic Implementation of the Obligation to Surrender Nationals to the International Criminal Court
        ZSUZSANNA DEEN-RACSMÁNY
        p.167-191                                                                              +cite        
  • The Lack of Attention to the Distinction between Situations and Cases in National Laws on Co-operation with the International Criminal Court with Particular Reference to the Spanish Case
        HÉCTOR OLÁSOLO
        p.193-205                                                                              +cite        
  • Reparation to Victims of Sexual Violence: Possibilities at the International Criminal Court and at the Trust Fund for Victims and Their Families
        ANNE-MARIE DE BROUWER
        p.207-237                                                                              +cite        

  • CURRENT LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS
  • Consideration at the United Nations of an International Prohibition on the Cloning of Human Beings
        ARNOLD N. PRONTO
        p.239-265                                                                              +cite        
  • THE TELDERS INTERNATIONAL LAW MOOT COURT COMPETITION, 1977–2007
        p.267-273                                                                              +cite    
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
        p.275-280                                                                              +cite    

  • REVIEW ESSAY
  • Conflicting Orders: How Peace Is Waged
        JASON A. BECKETT
        p.281-319                                                                              +cite        

  • BOOK REVIEW
  • H. Fischer and N. Quenivet (eds.), Post-conflict Reconstruction: Nation- and/or State-Building, Berlin, Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, 2005, ISBN 3830510039, 194 pp., €24.00
        Matthew Saul
        p.321-324                                                                              +cite