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The Sociology of International Investment Law Moshe Hirsch  Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 13-13 September 9, 2013
       
BEHAVIORAL INTERNATIONAL LAW Tomer Broude Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 12-13 September 5, 2013
       
Do You Mind if I Don’t Smoke? Products, Purpose and Indeterminacy in US- Measures Affecting the Production and Sale of Clove Cigarettes Tomer Broude & Philip I. Levy Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 11-13 August 29, 2013
       
KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON: MARTTI KOSKENNIEMI AND THE FRAGMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW Tomer Broude Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 10-13 May 1, 2013
       
Warming to Crisis: The Climate Change Law of Unintended Opportunity Tomer Broude Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 09-13 July 17th, 2013
       
The Politics of Rules of Origin Moshe Hirsch Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 08-13 June 6, 2013
       
Between Fair and Equitable Treatment and Stabilization Clause: Stable Legal Environment and Regulatory Change in International Investment Law Moshe Hirsch Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 07-13 June 1, 2013
       
The Interaction between International Investment Law and Human Rights Treaties: A Sociological Perspective Moshe Hirsch Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 06-13 May 28, 2013
       
The First Condition of Progress? Freedom of Speech and the Limits of International Trade Law Tomer Broude Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 05-13 May 5, 2013
       
How International Courts Enhance Their Legitimacy Shai Dothan Research Paper  April 15, 2013 
       
The Effectiveness of the Human Rights Committee and the Treaty Body Reform Yuval Shany Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 03-13 February 24th 2013
       
Seeking Domestic Help The Role of Domestic Criminal Law in Legitimizing the Work of International Criminal Tribunals

Yuval Shany Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 02-13 February 23rd 2013
     
Third Parties in International Adjudication Yael Ronen and Yael Naggan Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 08-12 December, 23, 2012
       
Terrorism and Freedom of Expression  Yael Ronen Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 07-12  December 18, 2012
       
International legal positivism in a post modern world – international humanitarian law  Yael Ronen Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 06-12 December 18, 2012
       
Applicability of Basic Law: Human Dignity and Freedom in the West Bank Yael Ronen Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 05-12 December 17, 2012
       
The Israeli Unlawful Combatants Law: Old Wine in a New Bottle?

Yuval Shany

Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 03-12 January 15, 2012
       
Beyond the Grave Breaches Regime: The Duty to Investigate Alleged Violations of International Law Governing Armed Conflicts

Amichai Cohen &
Yuval Shany

Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 02-12 January 5, 2012
       
Judicial Independence as an Indicator of International Court Effectiveness: A Goal-Based Approach

Yuval Shany

Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 01-12 January 5, 2012
       
     
Investment and Trade: The 'Lottie and Lisa' of International Economic Law?

Tomer Broude

Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 10- 11 November 10, 2011
       
The Israeli Supreme Court and the Incremental Expansion of the Scope of Discretion Under Belligerent Occupation Law

Guy Harpaz &
Yuval Shany

Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 09-11 November 6, 2011
       
Occupational Hazards: Labor Law in the Occupied Territories

Amir Paz-Fuchs & Yael Ronen

Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 08-11 November 2, 2011
       
Silent Enim Leges Inter Arma – But Beware of Background Noises: Domestic Courts as Agents of Development of the Laws of Armed Conflict

Yael Ronen

Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 07-11 October 30, 2011
       
Entities that Can Be States But Do Not Claim to Be Yael Ronen Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 06-11 September 13, 2011
       
Sources of International Investment Law Moshe Hirsch Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 05-11 July 25, 2011
       
North-South Regional Trade Agreements: Prospects, Risks and Legal Regulation Moshe Hirsch Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 04-11  July 20, 2011
       
Do Soldiers' Lives Matter? A View from Proportionality
Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler
Shai Otzari
Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 03-11 June 5, 2011
       
Before the Abyss: Reshaping International Humanitarian Law to Suit the Ends of Power Eitan Diamond Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 02-11 April 2, 2011
       
China’S WTO Compliance-Plus Anti-Dumping Policy Marcia Don Harpaz Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 01-11 February 18, 2011
       

2010

     
The Use and Abuse of International Law: Choice of Applicable Criminal Law in Post-Conflict East Timor Yael Ronen Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 06-10 December 22, 2010
       
The Ties that Bind: Family and Private Life as Bars to Deportation of Immigrants Yael Ronen Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 07-10 December 22, 2010
       
Development Disputes in International Trade Tomer Broude Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 05-10 November 15, 2010
       
ICC Jurisdiction Over Acts Committed in the Gaza Strip: Article 12(3) of the ICC Statute and Non-State Entities Yael Ronen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 01-10 January 11, 2010
       
The Transnational Use of Torture Evidence Kai Ambos Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 02-10 January 18, 2010
       
The Meaning and Liberal Justifications of Israel's Law of Return Dan Ernst Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 03-10 January 31, 2010
       
Review Essay: The Palestine Question in International Law Robbie Sabel Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 04-10 January 31, 2010
       
Disengagement from the Gaza Strip and Post-Occupation Duties Benjamin Rubin Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 05-10 January 31, 2010
       
'Otherness' as the Underlying Principle in Israel's Asylum Regime Tally Kritzman Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 06-10 January 31, 2010
       
Judicial Review in Central and Eastern Europe: Rationales or Rationalizations?

 

 

Wojciech Sadurski Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 07-10 January 31, 2010
       
Sense and Sensibilities of China and WTO Dispute Settlement Marcia Don Harpaz Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 02-10 May 24, 2010
       
In Defence of Functional Interpretation of Article 12(3) of the Rome Statute: A Response to Yaël Ronen

 

Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 03-10 June 13, 2010
       
Compliance with Decisions of International Courts as Indicative of Thier Effectiveness: A Goal-Based Analysis Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 02-10 October 24, 2010
       

2009

     
Two Sides of the Same Coin? Democracy and International Human Rights Henry J. Steiner Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 01-09 January 29, 2009
       
Regional Economic Integration In the Middle East and North Africa: A Primer Tomer Broude Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 12-09 January 26, 2009
       
Establishing a Hierarchy of Human Rights: Ideal Solution or Fallacy? Eckart Klein Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 02-09 January 29, 2009
       
The Transformation of Constitutional Law Through the European Convention on Human Rights Jochen A. Frowein Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 03-09 January 29, 2009
       
The Singarasa Case: Quis Custodiet: A Test for the Bangalore Principles of Judicial Conduct Nigel S. Rodley Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 04-09 January 29, 2009
       
What's Happening to the Right to a Fair Hearing Arthur Chaskalson Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 05-09 January 29, 2009
       
Traditionalist Religious and Cultural Challengers - International and Constitutional Human Rights Responses Frances Raday Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 08-09 January 29, 2009
       
Toward Participatory Equality: Protecting Minority Rights Under International Law Yousef T. Jabareen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 09-09 January 29, 2009
       
Constitutional Rights and Their Relationship with International Human Rights in Ghana A. Kodzo Paaku Kludze Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 10-09 January 29, 2009
       
Reflections on Holocaust Claims in International Law Lawrence Collins Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 11-09 January 28, 2009
       
Investment Tribunals and Human Rights: Divergent Paths Moshe Hirsch Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 16-09 February 12, 2009
       
No Longer a Weak Department of Power? Reflections on the Emergence of a New International Judiciary Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 14-09 February 27, 2009
       
The Law Applicable to Non-Occupied Gaza : A Comment on Bassiouni v. Prime Minster of Israel Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 13-09 February 28, 2009
       
Economic Sanctions in IHL: Suggested Principles Amichai Cohen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 14-09 July 11, 2009
       
The Analogy’s Limit: Defending the Rights of Peoples Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 1447431 August 20, 2009
       
Incitement to Terrorist Acts Under International Law Yael Ronen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 15-09 August 13, 2009
       
Superior Responsibility of Civilians for International Crimes Committed in Civilian Settings Yael Ronen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 16-09 August 22, 2009
       
Pragmatism and Principle in International Humanitarian Law Michael Lieberman Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 17-09 October 20, 2009
       
Complementing Occupation Law? Selective Judicial Treatment of the Suitability of Human Rights Norms Ralph Wilde Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 18-09 October 20, 2009
       
The Internal Legal Order of the European Union As a Complementary Framework For its Obligations Under IHL Valentina Falco Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 19-09 October 20, 2009
       
It's Easily Done: The China-Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement Dispute and the Freedom of Expression Tomer Broude Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 22-09 October 27, 2009
       
Human Rights and Humanitarian Law As Competing Legal Paradigms for Fighting Terror Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 23-09 November 17, 2009
       
A Minimal Liberal Defense of (Some) Discrimination in Migration Regulation Tomer Broude Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 24-09 November 27, 2009
       
       

2008

     
Bosnia, Serbia and the Politics of International Adjudication Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 01-08 February 27, 2008
       
Outsourcing and Insourcing Crime: The Political Economy of Globalized Criminal Activity Tomer Broude  and Doron Teichman Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 02-08 March 23, 2008
       
Squaring the Circle? Independence and Impartiality of Party-Appointed Adjudicators in International Legal Proceedings Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 03-08 April 06, 2008
       
Avoid or Compensate? Liability for Incidental Injury to Civilians Inflicted During Armed Conflict Yael Ronen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 04-08 August 21, 2008
       
From Referendum Euphoria to Referendum Phobia - How EU Member States Framed Their Decision on the Ratification Procedure of the Constitutional Treaty in Comparison to the Treaty of Lisbon Sarah Seeger Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 05-08 August 20, 2008
       
The Lisbon Treaty and the CCTB (Common Corporate Tax Base): The Debate Nellie Munin Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 06-08 September 08, 2008
       
Principles of Normative Integration and the Allocation of International Authority: The WTO, the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, and the Rio Declaration Tomer Broude Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 07-08 August 24, 2008
The Provisions on CFSP and CSDP in the Lisbon Reform Treaty: Stumbling Blocks or Milestones? Nicole Alecu de Flers Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 08-08 September 11, 2008
       
Multi-Level Governance in Europe - The Implication of German Laender in the Development of the Lisbon Treaty and the Strengthening of the Regional Level in Europe Annegret Eppler Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 09-08 October 02, 2008
       
Israel, Hizbollah, and the Second Lebanon War Yael Ronen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 10-08 October 02, 2008
       
Status of Settlers Implanted by Illegal Regimes Under International Law Yael Ronen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 11-08 October 08, 2008
       
Occupied Zone - 'A Zone of Reasonableness'? Martti Koskenniemi Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 12-08 November 05, 2008
       
National Courts as International Actors: Jurisdictional Implications Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 22-08 October 31, 2008
       
Human Rights, Israel, and the Political Realities of Occupation Grant T. Harris Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 15-08 November 05, 2008
       
Maintaining Law and Order during Occupation: Breaking the Normative Chains Kenneth Watkin Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 16-08 November 09, 2008
       
Illegal Occupation and its Consequences Yael Ronen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 17-08 November 05, 2008
       
The Jus Ad Bellum/Jus in Bello Distinction and the Law of Occupation Rotem Giladi Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 18-08 November 05, 2008
       
Suspending Sovereignty: Reassessing the Interlocking of Occupation, Failed and Fragile State, Responsibility to Protect, and International Trusteeship (Lessons from Lebanon ) Noemi Gal-Or Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 19-08 November 05, 2008
       
Enforcement of Occupation Law in Domestic Courts: Issues and Opportunities Tristan Ferraro Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 20-08 November 05, 2008
       
Binary Law Meets Complex Reality: The Occupation of Gaza Debate Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 14-08 November 05, 2008
       
Forty Years after 1967: Reappraising the Role and Limits of the Legal Discourse on Occupation in the Israeli-Palestinian Context Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 22-08 November 05, 2008
       
       

2007

     
Risk, Fairness, and the Geography of Disaster Robert R. M. Verchick International Law Forum of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Law Faculty Research Paper Series No. 01-07 January 24, 2007
       
China and the WTO: New Kid in the Developing Bloc? Marcia Don Harpaz Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 2-07 February 13, 2007
       
Yom Kippur in Hell Ed Morgan Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 3-07 February 26, 2007
       
The New Israeli Anti-Dumping Legislation: One More Modest Step in Israel's Gradual Advance from Unilateralism Towards Trans-National Co-Operation Guy Harpaz Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 4-07 March 07, 2007
A Development of Modest Proportions: The Application of the Principle of Proportionality in the Israeli Supreme Court Judgment on the Lawfulness of Targeted Killings Yuval Shany  and Amichai Cohen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 5-07 April 09, 2007
       
The Lebanon War and the Application of the Proportionality Principle Amichai Cohen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 6-07 April 30, 2007
       
The WTO/GATS Mode 4, International Labour Migration Regimes and Global Justice Tomer Broude Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 7-07 May 18, 2007
       
Case Note: Can We Now Tell What 'Direct Participation in Hostilities' Is? HCJ 769/02 the Public Committee Against Torture in Israel v. The Government of Israel Hilly Moodrick-Even Khen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 8-07 July 02, 2007
       
Similarity in the Eye of the Beholder: Revisiting the Application of Rules Governing Jurisdictional Conflicts in the Lauder/CME Cases Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 10-07 July 08, 2007
       
Book Review: William Easterly, 'The White Man's Burden: Why the West's Efforts to Aid the Rest Have Done so Much Ill and so Little Good', The Penguin Press, New York, 2006 Tomer Broude Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 9-07 July 19, 2007
       
Conflict and Complementarity in Trade, Cultural Diversity and Intellectual Property Rights Tomer Broude Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 11 July 20, 2007
       
Jurisdiction and Power: The Intersection of Human Rights Law & the Law of Non-International Armed Conflict in an Extraterritorial Context John Cerone Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 12-07 August 17, 2007
       
The Dispossessed and the Distressed: Conflicts in Land-Related Rights in Transitions from Unlawful Territorial Regimes Yael Ronen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 13-07 October 17, 2007
       
The Interplay between International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law in Situations of Armed Conflict Cordula Droege Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 14-07 November 25, 2007
       
Non-Application of Civil and Political Rights Treaties Extraterritorially During Times of International Armed Conflict Michael J. Dennis Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 16-07 November 25, 2007
       
Lex Specialis: Oversimplifying a More Complex and Multifaceted Relationship? Nancie Prud'homme Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 15-07 November 25, 2007
       
Triggering State Obligations Extraterritorially: The Spatial Test in Certain Human Rights Treaties Ralph Wilde Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 17-07 November 27, 2007
       
Human Rights and Humanitarian Law in the UK Courts Dominic McGoldrick Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 18-07 November 27, 2007
       
The No-Gaps Approach to Parallel Application in the Context of the War on Terror Fionnuala D. Ni Aolain Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 19-07 December 05, 2007
       
Lex Specialis? Belt and Suspenders? The Parallel Operation of Human Rights Law and the Law of Armed Conflict, and the Conundrum of Jus Ad Bellum William A. Schabas Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 20-07 December 05, 2007
       
The International Committee of the Red Widget? The Diversity Debate and International Humanitarian Law Rene Provost Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 21-07 December 03, 2007
       
The International Committee of the Red Widget? The Diversity Debate and International Humanitarian Law Noam Lubell Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 07-22 December 27, 2007
       
       

2006

     
Unlawful Combatants or Unlawful Legislation? An Analysis of the Imprisonment of Unlawful Combatants Law Hilly Moodrick-Even Khen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 03-06 May 17, 2006
       
Territorial Aspects of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Legal Perspective on Some Historical and Contemporary Issues Gilad Noam Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 06-06 May 17, 2006
       
A Proposed Model for Enhanced EU-Israeli Relations: Prevailing Legal Arrangements and Prospective Juridical Challenges Guy Harpaz Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 04-06 May 17, 2006
       
Jurisdictional Competition between National and International Courts: Could International Jurisdiction-Regulating Rules Apply? Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 02-06 May 17, 2006
       
The Impact of the Advisory Opinion on Israel's Future Policy: International Relations Perspective Moshe Hirsch Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 05-06 May 17, 2006
       
The Rule(s) of Trade and the Rhetos of Development: Reflections on the Functional and Aspirational Legitimacy of the WTO Tomer Broude Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 01-06 May 17, 2006
       
Domestic Courts and Sovereignty Amichai Cohen Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 7-06 July 14, 2006
       
PPMs, the EC-Biotech Dispute and Applicability of the SPS Agreement: Are the Panel's Findings Built on Shaky Ground? Christiane Conrad Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 8-06 August 01, 2006
       
Morality Clauses and Decision-Making in Situations of Scientific Uncertainty: The Case of Gmos Gareth T. Davies Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 10-06 August 02, 2006
       
Stuck in a Moment in Time: The International Justiciability of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 9-06 August 02, 2006
       
Subsidiarity as a Method of Policy Centralisation Gareth T. Davies Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 11-06 August 01, 2006
       
Faraway, So Close: The Legal Status of Gaza after Israel's Disengagement Yuval Shany Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 12-06 August 09, 2006
       
Anomalies at the Precautionary Kingdom: Reflections on the GMO Panel's Decision Oren Perez Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 13-06 October 30, 2006
       
Interactions between Investment and Non-Investment Obligations in International Investment Law Moshe Hirsch Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 14-06 November 29, 2006
       
Genetically Modified Rules: The Awkward Rule-Exception-Right Distinction in EC-Biotech Tomer Broude Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 14-06 December 07, 2006
       
Post-Normal Science in the Multilateral Trading System: Social Science Expertise and the EC - Biotech Panel

 

 

Mary E. Footer Hebrew University International Law Research Paper No. 15-06 December 27, 2006
       
 
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