Nordic Journal of International Law 68: 453–455, 1999. 453 Contents of Volume 68 Volume 68, No. 1 Articles Roland Bank: The Emergent EU Policy on Asylum and Refugees 1–29 Barbara Ann Hocking and Barbara Joyce Hocking: Colonialism, Constitutionalism, Costs and Compensation: A Contemporary Comparison of the Legal Rights and Obligations of and towards the Scandinavian Sami and Indigenous Australians 31–52 Pål Wrange: “Downtown, Midtown, Uptown”, Review of Louis Henkin, International Law: Politics and Values and Thomas M. Franck, Fairness in International Law and Institutions 53–83 Current Issues Jan Klabbers: The General, the Lords, and the Possible End of State Immunity 85–95 Book Reviews Sydney D. Bailey and Sam Daws, The Procedure of the UN Secur- ity Council (Paul Conlon) 97–98 Francesco Francioni and Tullio Scovazzi (eds.), International Law for Antarctica and Olav Schram Stokke and Davor Vidas (eds.), Governing the Antarctic. The Effectiveness and Legitimacy of the Antarctic Treaty System (Marie Jacobsson) 99–103 Stefan Talmon, Recognition of Governments in International Law with Particular Reference to Governments in Exile (Jan Klabbers) 105–107 Instructions for Authors 109–116 Volume 68, No. 2 Articles Hans-Joachim Heintze: The International Law Dimension of the German Minorities Policy 117–130 454 CONTENTS OF VOLUME 68 Gaetano
Nordic Journal of International Law – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1999
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