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  PROCEEDINGS OF THE ONE HUNDRED SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETINGOF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW C HAIRS OF THE  C OMMITTEE  C O -E DITORS OF THE  P ROCEEDINGSOF THE  A NNUAL  M EETING  Stanimir AlexandrovStanimir Alexandrov Laurence Boisson de Chazournes Laurence Boisson de Chazournes Kal RaustialaKal Raustiala C ONTENTS Foreword   ........................................................................................................................xiii An Introduction: International Law in a Multipolar World  ...................................... 1 Stanimir Alexandrov, Laurence Boisson de Chazournes, and Kal Raustiala Fifteenth Annual Grotius Lecture The Inter-American System and Challenges for Its Future  Emilio A´ lvarez Icaza  ..................................................................................................... 3Commentary on the 2013 Grotius Lecture W. Michael Reisman  ................................................................................................... 13 Opening Plenary and Remarks by ASIL President ASIL Today  Donald Francis Donovan  ........................................................................................... 17 Alternatives to Investor-State Arbitration in a Multipolar World The Song Is Over: Why It’s Time to Stop Talking About an InternationalInvestment Arbitration Appellate Body  Barry Appleton  ............................................................................................................ 23Privileging Domestic Remedies in International Investment Dispute Settlement  Manjiao Chi  ................................................................................................................ 26Encouraging Greater Use of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Investor-StateDispute Settlement: Opportunities and Challenges Ce´ line Le´ vesque  .......................................................................................................... 29 Uncommon Remedies in International Dispute Resolution  Die Geister die Ich Rief  : Uncommon Remedies in International Dispute Resolution  Isabel Ferna´ ndez de la Cuesta, Jennifer Gorskie, Carmen Martínez Lo´  pez, James Upcher, Elizabeth Whitsitt, and Jarrod Wong  ............................................... 33 Raid on Bin Laden and the Consequences for Sovereignty and the UN Charter The Legality of the Killing of Osama bin Laden  John Cerone  ................................................................................................................ 47 Stepping Out of the Politics—Legal Solutions to Maritime Disputes in Asia The ICJ and Dispute Settlement in the Asian Seas: An Assessment  Rosalyn Higgins  .......................................................................................................... 53Trends and Perspectives of Settlement of Law of the Sea Disputes inSoutheast Asia  Loretta Malintoppi  ...................................................................................................... 56v  The Future of Human Rights Fact-Finding Introduction: Third Generation Human Rights Fact-Finding Philip Alston  ................................................................................................................ 61Finding, Verifying, and Curating Human Rights Facts  Margaret Satterthwaite  ............................................................................................... 62Statistics and Data in Human Rights Research  Brian Root   ................................................................................................................... 65Architectural Representations as Examples of Forensic Architecture inFact-Finding  Bradley Samuels  .......................................................................................................... 68The Political Dimension of International Human Rights Fact-Finding Steven R. Ratner   .......................................................................................................... 70 Divergent Responses to Climate Change in a Multipolar World The Complexities of Multipolar Approaches to Climate Change: Lessons fromLitigation and Local Action  Hari M. Osofsky  .......................................................................................................... 73Divergent Responses to Climate Change in a Multipolar World: A View fromDown Under  Jacqueline Peel  ........................................................................................................... 76 Transitional Justice Branches Out: Transitional Justice and Peacebuilding Introductory Remarks by:  Naomi Roht-Arriaza  .................................................................................................... 81Remarks by: Chandra Lekha Sriram  ............................................................................................... 83  Deborah Isser   .............................................................................................................. 86 Payam Akhavan  ........................................................................................................... 90 Challenges and Approaches to Effective Cyberspace Governance in aMultipolar World Introductory Remarks by:  Anupam Chander   ........................................................................................................ 95Remarks by: Paul Brigner   ................................................................................................................ 95  Jorge Villarino  ............................................................................................................ 96  John Kneuer   ................................................................................................................ 96  Laura DeNardis  .......................................................................................................... 97  Ross LaJeunesse  .......................................................................................................... 97 Women in International Law Interest Group Luncheon International Law and the Future of Peace  Diane Marie Amann  ................................................................................................. 111 How Is the Law of the Sea Coping with New Ocean Resources? Open Questions on the Exploitation of Genetic Resources in Areas BeyondNational Jurisdiction Tullio Scovazzi  .......................................................................................................... 119 Unquenchable Thirst: The Outlook for Energy Disputes in Africa Energy Disputes in Africa: An Economic and Political Context  Efraim Chalamish  ..................................................................................................... 123vi  The Inter-American Human Rights System in Crisis The Crisis of the Inter-American System  Mo´ nica Pinto  ............................................................................................................. 127 Retrospective on International Law in the First Obama Administration Introductory Remarks by:  Donald Francis Donovan  ......................................................................................... 131Remarks by:  Anne-Marie Slaughter   ............................................................................................... 131  Harold Hongju Koh  .................................................................................................. 132  Kiobel  , the ATS, and Human Rights Litigation in U.S. Courts Remarks by:  Elizabeth A. Wilson  ................................................................................................... 155 G20 and Beyond—The Influence of Emerging Countries on the Architecture of International Economic Law The Influence of Emerging Economies on the Architecture of InternationalEconomic Law: A Perspective from Mexico and the WTO Gisela Bolívar   ........................................................................................................... 159The BRICS’ Contributions to the Architecture and Norms of InternationalEconomic Law Sonia E. Rolland   ....................................................................................................... 164 The EU as a Global Actor in a Multipolar World The Constitutionalization of European Foreign Policy Piet Eeckhout   ............................................................................................................ 171Human Rights Protection in a European Network of Courts  Andreas Paulus  ......................................................................................................... 174The European Union as a Global Actor in a Multipolar World  Ineta Ziemele  ............................................................................................................. 183 The Past and Future of African International Law Scholarship Introductory Remarks by:  James Thuo Gathii  .................................................................................................... 187Typologies of Scholarship on Africa  Makau Mutua  ............................................................................................................ 189Feminism and the Future of African International Legal Scholarship  Erika George  ............................................................................................................. 192The Past and Future of African International Law Scholarship: InternationalTrade and Investment Law Uche Ewelukwa Ofodile  ........................................................................................... 194 The Regulation of Private Military and Security Contractors Introductory Remarks by:  Andrew Clapham  ....................................................................................................... 199Regulating Private Military and Security Companies: A Comprehensive Solution Faiza Patel  ................................................................................................................ 201U.S. Legislative and Regulatory Developments and the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Providers: Filling the Accountability Gap?  Meg Roggensack   ....................................................................................................... 203A European Approach to the Regulation of PMSCs  Mirko Sossai  .............................................................................................................. 205Remarks by: Valentin Zellweger   .................................................................................................... 208vii  Unilateral Secession in a Multipolar World Introductory Remarks by: William Slomanson  ................................................................................................... 211Remarks by: Patrick Dumberry  ..................................................................................................... 213  Jure Vidmar   ............................................................................................................... 215  Marcelo G. Kohen  .................................................................................................. 216 Vanessa J. Jime´ nez  ................................................................................................... 219 China-Africa Investment Treaties and Dispute Settlement: A Piece of theMultipolar Puzzle Reflections on China-Africa BITs Won Kidane  ............................................................................................................... 225Recent Approaches in China’s BITs and Impact on African Countries Chen Huiping  ............................................................................................................ 228Remarks by:  Mark Feldman  ........................................................................................................... 231 Domestic Treatment of Universal Jurisdiction Introductory Remarks by:  Ma´  ximo Langer   ......................................................................................................... 233A Few Reflections on the Current Status and Future Direction of UniversalJurisdiction Practice  Richard Dicker   .......................................................................................................... 233The Prevalence of ‘‘Present-In’’ Jurisdiction  Beth Van Schaack and Zarko Perovic  ..................................................................... 237A Call for a More Rigorous Assessment of Universal Jurisdiction Sienho Yee  ................................................................................................................. 242 Anti-Corruption Initiatives in a Multipolar World The Fight Against Foreign Bribery and International Law: An Exception or aWay Forward?  Nicola Bonucci  .......................................................................................................... 247International Anti-Corruption Policies and the U.S. National Interest Susan Rose-Ackerman  ............................................................................................... 252Remarks by: Pascale He´ le`ne Dubois  ............................................................................................. 255 21st Century International Institutions: Lessons from Global Health Governance? Coordination in Global Health and Its Costs  Jacob Katz Cogan  ..................................................................................................... 259Remarks by: Gian Luca Burci  ....................................................................................................... 26221st Century International Institutions  David Gartner   ........................................................................................................... 264A Global Health Constitution for Global Health Governance  Jennifer Prah Ruger   ................................................................................................. 267viii  Arctic Law: The Challenges of Governance in the Changing Arctic Introductory Remarks by:  Austen Parrish  ......................................................................................................... 271The Law of the Sea and Arctic Governance  Donald R. Rothwell  ................................................................................................. 272Offshore Oil and Gas Development in the Arctic: What the Arctic Council andInternational Law Can—and Cannot—Do  Betsy Baker   ............................................................................................................. 275 The Challenges for ASEAN: The South China Sea, Investment Protection, andMyanmar Introductory Remarks by:  Edmund W. Sim  ......................................................................................................... 281ASEAN Approaches to Maritime Boundary Disputes: Wider Implicationsfor ASEAN Tara Davenport   ......................................................................................................... 281ASEAN Integration, the Rule of Law, and Investment Agreements  Michael Ewing-Chow  ................................................................................................ 284ASEAN as the Most Feasible Forum to Address the South China Sea Challenges  Arif Havas Oegroseno  .............................................................................................. 290ASEAN’s Impact on Myanmar’s Transformation: Human Rights and Beyond Tan Hsien-Li  ............................................................................................................. 293 Regulating the Impacts of International Project Financing Introductory Remarks by:  Edith Brown Weiss  .................................................................................................... 297Abuse-Free Development: How the World Bank Should Safeguard AgainstHuman Rights Violations  Jessica Evans  ............................................................................................................ 298Regulating the Impacts of International Project Financing: The Equator Principles Cynthia A. Williams  .................................................................................................. 303Citizen-Driven Accountability: The Inspection Panel and Other IndependentAccountability Mechanisms Peter L. Lallas  .......................................................................................................... 308 Evolution of Economic Sanctions: Where Do We Stand with Financial Sanctions? Overview and Operation of the Evolving U.S. Financial Sanctions, Includingthe Example of Iran  Barry E. Carter and Ryan M. Farha  ....................................................................... 315 The Changing Role of Regional Organizations in African Peace and Security Introductory Remarks by:  Ademola Abass  .......................................................................................................... 323The Changing Role of Regional Organizations in Maintaining Peace and Security Francis M. Ssekandi  ................................................................................................. 325The Emperor Has No Clothes? The Secondary Role of African RegionalOrganizations in Recent Armed Conflicts in Africa Theodore Christakis  .................................................................................................. 327The Importance of Frames: The Diverging Conflict Analyses of theUnited Nations and the African Union Sarah Nouwen  ........................................................................................................... 330Concluding Remarks by:  Ademola Abass  .......................................................................................................... 335ix
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