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Studies in international law (Stockholm, Sweden) ; v. 40.
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One law to rule them all : should international courts be viewed as guardians of procedural order and legal uniformity? / Yuval Shany Customary rules of interpretation in the practice of WTO dispute settlement bodies / Lukasz Gruszczynski IMF-WTO interaction : institutional, jurisdictional and procedural aspects / Claus D. Zimmermann Sources of law and arbitral interpretations of pari materia investment protection rules / Martins Paparinskis The ECHR and its normative environment : difficulties arising from a regional human rights court's approach to systemic integration / Ragnar Nordeide The systemic integration of international law by domestic courts : domestic judges as architects of the consistency of the international legal order / Jean d'Aspremont Legal integration through judicial dialogue / Tor-Inge Harbo Judicial dialogue in multi-level governance : the impact of the Solange argument / Antonios Tzanakopoulos Flux and fragmentation in the international law of state jurisdiction : the synecdochal example of Canada's domestic court conflicts over accountability for international human rights violations / Robert J. Currie and Hugh M. Kindred Immunities and human rights : dissecting the dialogue in national and international courts / Philippa Webb Transjudicial dialogue and consistency in human rights jurisprudence : a case study on diplomatic assurances against torture / Aristoteles Constantinides Racial discrimination in Japan : unity, diversity and international law / Timothy Webster Subtle but enduring : the role of domestic courts in the shaping of international economic law through proper interpretation of domestic law : the WTO agreement before Swiss courts / Andreas R. Ziegler.