Volume 124 reports on a key decision of the ICSID Tribunal (Maffezini v. Spain), decisions of the Canadian courts in Burns, Suresh, Ahani and Bouzari on torture, terrorism and the death penalty, as well as decisions of the House of Lords on terrorism, hereditary peers and refugee status.
1. Maffezini v. Kingdom of Spain 1999-2001; 2. Prosecutor v. Tadic (Appeal against Conviction) 1999 [INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA]; 3. Prosecutor v. Tadic (Revision of Sentence) 1999-2000 [INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA]; 4. Fisher v. Minister of Public Safety (No. 1) 1997 [THE BAHAMAS]; 5. Fisher v. Minister of Public Safety (No. 2) 1998 [THE BAHAMAS]; 6. United States of America v. Burns 2001 [CANADA]; 7. Suresh v. Canada 2002 [CANADA]; 8. Ahani v. Canada 2002 [CANADA]; 9. Ahani v. the Queen 2002 [CANADA]; 10. Bouzari v. Iran 2002 [CANADA]; 11. Campuzano 1983 [CAYMAN ISLANDS]; 12. R. v. Sec. of State, ex p. Pegasus 1987 [ENGLAND]; 13. Shah and Islam 1999 [ENGLAND]; Rehman 2001 [ENGLAND]; Banca Carige v. Banco nacional de Cuba 2001 [ENGLAND]; Tangiora v. Wellington District Legal Services Committee 1999 [NEW ZEALAND]; Lord Gray's Motion 1999 [UNITED KINGDOM].