Volume 18 (2007)

Symposium: International Post-Conflict Governance

Outi Korhonen
Introduction to the Special Theme: International Post-Conflict Governance | 3

Katja Keinänen
International Law and the Interests of Liberal Market Economy: The Non-Issue of Environmental Protection in the Kosovo International Administration | 9

Diane Otto
The Sexual Tensions of UN Peace Support Operations: A Plea for ‘Sexual Positivity’ | 33

Barbara Delcourt and Nina Wilén
International Administration of Foreign Territories and Sovereignty: An Impossible Equation | 59

Jörn Müller & Andreas Paulus
Survival Through Law: Is there a Law Against Nuclear Proliferation? | 83

Tuomas Forsberg
Post-Conflict Justice and the Finnish Civil War 1918: Reconciliation Without Truth? | 137

Bernhard Knoll
Kosovo’s Endgame and Its Wider Implications in Public International Law | 155

Tiina Pajuste
Legality of International Territorial Administration by the United Nations | 195


Jean D’Aspremont
The Foundation of the International Legal Order | 219

Miia Halme
From the Periphery to the Centre: Emergence of the Human Rights Phenomenon in Finland | 257

Daniel Joyce
Fact-Finding and Evidence at the International Court of Justice: Systemic Crisis, Change or More of the Same? | 283

Pekka Niemelä
Law and Universalism, from Antiquity to the Middle Ages | 307

Fouad Zarbiev
Les politiques des vérités juridiques en droit international: Propos autour d’une controverse interjurisdictionelles | 343

Book Reviews & Review Articles

Gerry Simpson, Law, War and Crime: War Crimes Trials and the Reinvention of International Law (Katja Creutz) | 369

Mark Freeman, Truth Commissions and Procedural Fairness (Timo Kallinen) | 375

Matthew Craven, The Decolonization of International Law: State Succession and the Law of Treaties (Jan Klabbers) | 379

Anne Orford (ed.), International Law and its Others; Johanna Kantola and Johanna Valenius (eds), Toinen maailmanpolitiikka: 10 käsitettä feministiseen kansainvälisten suhteiden tutkimukseen (Outi Korhonen) | 383

New Finnish Doctoral Dissertations in International Law

Marja Lehto
International Responsibility for Terrorist Acts: A Shift Towards More Indirect Forms of Responsibility | 395

Statement by Ove Bring | 400

Mats Lindfelt
Fundamental Rights in the European Union: Towards Higher Law of the Land? A Study of the Status of Fundamental Rights in a Broader Constitutional Setting | 404

Statement by Rick Lawson | 408

Merja Pentikäinen
Creating an Integrated Society and Recognising Differences: The Role and Limits of Human Rights, with Special Reference to Europe | 419

Statement by Rainer Hofmann | 424