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Remarks by Christine Chinkin

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 February 2017

Christine Chinkin
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London School of Economics and Political Science

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“Reconceiving Reality”: A Ten-Year Perspective
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Copyright © American Society of International Law 2003

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1 Reconceiving Reality: Women and International Law, ASIL Studies in Transnational Legal Policy, No. 25, (Dorinda Dallmeyer ed., 1993).

3 See Kingsbury, Benedict, Foreword: Is the Proliferation of International Courts and Tribunals a Systemic Problem ?, 31 N.Y.U.J. Int’l L. & Pol. 679 (1999)Google Scholar; Charney, Jonathan I., Is International Law Threatened by Multiple International Tribunals?, 271 Hague Recueil Des Cours 101 (1998)Google Scholar.

4 See Jan Linehan, Women and Public International Litigation: Background Paper for the Project on International Courts and Tribunals, available at <http://www.pict-pcti.org/publications/PICT_articles/Womenl.pdf>

5 General Recommendation No. 23—Political and Public Life, Cedaw, 16th Sess., para 16, A/52/38 (1997), available at <http://wwwl.umn.edu/humanrts/gencomm/generl23.htm>.

6 The chair and vice chair of the Counter-Terrorism Committee are all men, as are seven of the ten experts appointed to advise the Committee. See Composition of Counter-Terrorism Committee, available at <http://www.un.org/Docs/sc/committees/1373>.

7 General Recommendation No. 23, supra note 5, at para. 38.

8 See Hilary Charlesworth & Christine Chinkin, the Boundaries of International Law: A Feminist Analysis, ch. 6(2000).

9 United Nations Compensation Commission, The Commissioners, available af <http://www.unog.ch/uncc/commiss.htm>.

10 See Dallmeyer, supra note 1, at vi.

11 See General Recommendation No. 25—Gender Related Dimensions of Racial Discrimination, Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, 56th Sess. (2000).

12 Robin Morgan, the Demon Lover 24-25 (1989).

13 On the gendered nature of the discipline’s dichotomies see Charlesworth, Hilary, Feminist Methods in International Law, 93 AJIL 379 (1999)CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

14 Emma Brockes, War Porn, the Guardian, Mar. 26, 2003, available at <http://www.guardian.co.uk/92/story/0,3604,921919,00.html>.

15 See, e.g. Jonathan Freedland, Forcéis not Enough, the Guardian, Apr. 9, 2003 (“Talk of tackling the core causes of terror, the anger and resentment which allow fanatical movements like Al-Qaida to take root, is instantly dismissed as European, effeminate and an act of appeasement”), available at <http://www.guardian.co.uk/comment/story/0,3604,932679,00.html>.

16 Suzanne Goldenberg, A Photograph, a Kiss and a Bitter End to UN Hopes, the Guardian, Mar. 18, 2003, available at <http://www.guardian.co.uk/international/story/0,3604,916456,00.html>.

17 See Ramesh Thakur & Andrew Mack, The United Nations More Relevant Now than Ever, Japan Times, Mar. 23, 2003, available at <http://www.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/getarticle.pl5Peo20030323al.htm>.

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