Volume 21 (2010)

Symposium: The International Criminal Court and the Responsibility to Protect

Pekka Niemelä
The International Criminal Court and the Responsibility to Protect: Synergies and Tensions | 1

David Chandler
Born Posthumously: Rethinking the Shared Characteristics of the ICC and R2P | 5

Päivi Kaukoranta
Finnish Perspectives on the ICC and R2P | 15

Frédéric Mégret
ICC, R2P, and the International Community’s Evolving Interventionist Toolkit | 21

Sarah M. H. Nouwen
Complementarity in Practice: Critical Lessons from the ICC for R2P | 53

Anne Orford
From Promise to Practice? The Legal Significance of the Responsibility to Protect Concept | 65

Kofi Quashigah
The Future of the International Criminal Court in African Crisis and Its Relationship with the R2P Project | 89

Benjamin N. Schiff
Lessons from the ICC for ICC/R2P Convergence | 101

Debate: The Law of the Common: Globalization, Property and New Horizons of Liberation

John D. Haskell & Paavo Kotiaho
Introductory Note | 109

Gunther Teubner
Societal Constitutionalism and the Politics of the Common | 111

Antonio Negri
The Law of the Common | 125


George Rodrigo Bandeira Galindo
Constitutionalism Forever | 137

Dorota A. Gozdecka
Human Rights, Fundamental Rights and the Common Constitutional Traditions in the Protection of Religious Pluralism and Diversity in Europe – A Study in the Democratic Paradox | 171

Robert Knox
Strategy and Tactics | 193

Pamela Slotte
The Religious and the Secular in European Human Rights Discourse | 231

Stellan Vinthagen
Legal Mobilization and Resistance Movements as Social Constituents of International Law | 287

Book Reviews & Review Essays

Daniel Janse
Olivier Corten, The Law against War: The Prohibition on the Use of Force in Contemporary International Law | 331

Jan Klabbers
Charles Leben, The Advancement of International Law | 343

William Schabas
David Nersessian, Genocide and Political Groups | 345

New Finnish Doctoral Dissertations in International Law

Eeva Nykänen
Fragmented State Power and Forced Migration: Study on Non-State Actors in Refuge Law | 353

Statement by Jan Vedsted-Hansen | 357

René Urueña
No Citizens Here: Global Subjects and Participation in International Law | 362

Statement by Wouter Werner | 369

Finnish State Practice

Virpi Laukkanen
Elements of Finnish State Practice in 2009–2010 | 377

Ius Gentium Association | 397