By: Lisa J. Laplante Introduction The Judicialization of Peace offers an important empirical analysis of whether and how the involvement of international courts can alter the form and substance of accountability brokered through peace agreements. Specifically, authors Courtney Hillebrecht, Alexandra Huneeus, with the collaboration of Sandra Borda, offer this analysis through the case study of […]
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By Courtney Hillebrecht and Alexandra Huneeus By what measure can we best assess the work of international courts? Reflecting on The Judicialization of Peace, Roberto Gargarella takes us to task for failing to make explicit a theory of democracy by which to understand the role that international courts played in the Colombian peace negotiations. He […]
By Jérôme Sgard [Click Here for PDF]† Responding to Daniela Caruso, Non-Parties: The Negative Externalities of Regional Trade Agreements in a Private Law Perspective, 59 Harv. Int’l L.J. 389 (2018). Daniela Caruso asks whether private law concepts may be instrumental in defending the interests of aggrieved third-parties to Regional Trade Agreements, or whether the former […]
[Click here for PDF]† By Roberto Gargarella* Responding to Courtney Hillebrecht, Alexandra Huneeus, with Sandra Borda, The Judicialization of Peace, 59 Harv. Int’l L.J. 279 (2018). In their recent article, The Judicialization of Peace, Courtney Hillebrecht and Alexandra Huneeus, with the collaboration of Sandra Borda, made an impressive contribution to the discussion of the role […]
The Harvard International Law Journal is soliciting submissions for Comment, the online extension of its print publication. Each “Comment“ is no more than 5,000 words and allows authors to engage with print articles, adding criticism, additional context, or comparison to situations in other fields. These posts are meant to be timely and engage with recent developments in […]