Nordic Journal of International Law 77 (2008) 539–541 www.brill.nl/nord NORDIC JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW Contents of Volume 77 Volume 77, Nos. 1–2 Articles Christina Voigt: State Responsibility for Climate Change Damages 1–22 Gauthier de Beco: Human Rights Indicators for Assessing State Compliance with International Human Rights 23–49 Camilla G. Guldahl: Th e Role of Persistent Objection in International Humanitarian Law 51–86 Javaid Rehman and Saptarshi Ghosh: International Law, US Foreign Policy and Post-9/11 Islamic Fundamentalism: Th e Legal Status of the ‘War on Terror’ 87–103 Julia Werzer: Th e UN Human Rights Obligations and Immunity: An Oxymoron Casting a Shadow on the Transitional Administrations in Kosovo and East Timor 105–140 Juha Rainne: Elements of Nordic Practice 2005–2006: Finland 141–161 Jari Pirjola: Th e Parliamentary Ombudsman of Finland as a National Preventive Mechanism under the Optional Protocol to the United Nations Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment 163–174 Book Reviews O. Engdahl, Protection of Personnel in Peace Operations: Th e Role of the ‘Safety Convention’ Against the Background of General International Law (Katarina Månsson) 175–179 Olof Beckman, Armed Intervention: Pursuing Legitimacy and the Pragmatic Use of Legal Arguments (Diana Amnéus) 181–186 540 Contents
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Published: Jan 1, 2008
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