The present volume contains the 2014 award of the arbitration tribunal in the
Bay of Bengal Maritime Boundary Arbitration (People’s Republic of Bangladesh v.
India) case. International jurisprudence is further reflected in decisions from the European Court of Human Rights (
Armenia) and the United Nations Human Rights Committee (
Q). The volume also contains jurisprudence from England (
Norris Nos 1 and 2), Uganda (
Kwoyelo) and the United States (
The Editors are most grateful to the many people whose work has made this volume possible. Mr Massimo Lando summarized the
Bay of Bengal (People’s Republic of Bangladesh v.
India) arbitration award and Ms Ellie Fogarty summarized
Norris. Ms Sukriti Slehria prepared the summaries of the United Nations Human Rights Committee Views and Ms Rosalind Elphick summarized
Zivotofsky. Ms Maria Netchaeva, the ILR Editorial Assistant, prepared the Tables of Cases and Digest. Miss Maureen MacGlashan, CMG, compiled the Table of Treaties and the Index. Mrs Alison Tickner checked the copy and Mr Jack Webb read the proofs. Ms Karen Lee wrote the summaries of
Chiragov, and saw the volume through the press.
The Editors wish to thank Professor Dr Anja Seibert-Fohr and Mr Konstantine Vardzelashvili for selecting the cases from the United Nations Human Rights Committee and supplying the text of the Views for reproduction in these Reports. They are also very grateful to the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the European Court of Human Rights and the Supreme Court of the United States for kindly permitting these Reports to use the electronic files posted on their official websites. The judgments from England published in this volume carry Parliamentary copyright and contain Parliamentary information licensed under the Open Parliament Licence v3.0, or Crown copyright and contain public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0; the electronic files were sourced from the UK Parliament, UK Supreme Court and the British and Irish Legal Information Institute websites.
Finally, our thanks go to all the others who have worked to complete this volume, particularly our publishers, Cambridge University Press, and typesetters, SPi, and their staff.