German Yearbook of International Law / Jahrbuch fr Internationales Recht.
Inhaltsverzeichnis Inhalt: R. Pisillo-Mazzeschi, The Due Diligence Rule and the Nature of the International Responsibility of States - L. Caflisch, Unequal Treaties - F. A. Mann / J. Kurth, The Notion of 'Civil Rights' in Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Reflections on the Recent Practice of the European Commission with Regard to Germany's Federal Compensation Law - J. Delbrck, The Right to Education as an International Human Right - B. R. Howard, Human Rights and Indigenous People: On the Relevance of International Law for Indigenous Liberation - O. Bring, Kurdistan and the Principle of Self-Determination - T. Eitel, The Escape and Parole of the Imprisoned God of War. An Overview of the Second Gulf War from the Perspective of International Law - C. Murphy, The Conciliatory Responsibilities of the United Nations Security Council - R. B. Lillich, Forcible Protection of Nationals Abroad: The Liberian "Incident" of 1990 - R. Lapidoth, Some Reflections on the Taba Award - M. T. Infante, Maritime Conventions in Antarctica - F. Orrego Vicua, The "Presential Sea": Defining Coastal States' Special Interests in High Seas Fisheries and other Activities - M. E. O'Connell, Enforcing the New International Law of the Environment - B. Baker, Eliciting Nonparty Compliance With Multilateral Environmental Treaties: U.S. Legislation and the Jurisdictional Bases for Compliance Incentives in the Montreal Ozone Protocol - A. Bianchi, Extraterritoriality and Export Controls: Some Remarks on the Alleged Antinomy Between European and U.S. Approaches - G. P. Politakis, Variations on a Myth: Neutrality and the Arms Trade - J. Niewerth, Bericht ber die Ttigkeit des Europarates im Jahre 1991 Reihe German Yearbook of International Law / Jahrbuch fr Internationales Recht - Band 35