Joost Pauwelyn (HEI): Is it International Law or Not and Does it Even Matter? Peer Zumbansen (York): Comparative, Global and Transnational Constitutionalism: The Emergence of a Transnational Legal-Pluralist Order. Joel P. Trachtman (Tufts): Who Cares About International Human Rights? The Supply and Demand of International Human Rights Law. Matthew Gibney (Oxford): Should Citizenship be Conditional? Denationalization and Liberal Principles. Graziella Romeo (Insubria): Citizenship in the Age of Globalisation. Kyla Reid (Sydney): Against the Right of Self-Determination. Pini Pavel Miretski (HUJ): Delegitimizing or Evolving? The Legality of UN Security Council Resolutions Imposing Duties on Non-State Actors. An excerpt from The United Nations: A Very Short Introduction by Jussi M. Hanhimaki. A review of Who Killed Hammarskjold? by Susan Williams. Philip G. Cerny on his book Rethinking World Politics: A Theory of Transnational Neopluralism. A review of Shifting Visions of Development: International Organizations, Non-Governmental Actors, and the Rise of Global Governance, 1945-1990. Transparency International releases its annual Corruption Perceptions Index for 2011, ranking 183 countries on their level of public accountability. Privatizing the peace: Julian Reid on contracting peace operations to the private sector. A review of The New Global Rulers: The Privatization of Regulation in the World Economy by Tim Butheand and Walter Mattli and Democracy and Dissent: The Challenge of International Rule Making by Frank Vibert.