Thursday, January 18, 2018

New Volume: Netherlands Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Netherlands Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 47, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • The Changing Nature of Territoriality in International Law
    • Martin Kuijer & Wouter Werner, The Paradoxical Place of Territory in International Law
    • Veronika Bílková, A State Without Territory?
    • Cedric Ryngaert, Territory in the Law of Jurisdiction: Imagining Alternatives
    • Sara Kendall, Cartographies of the Present: ‘Contingent Sovereignty’ and Territorial Integrity
    • Fleur Johns, Data Territories: Changing Architectures of Association in International Law
    • Lianne J.M. Boer, ‘Spoofed Presence Does not Suffice’: On Territoriality in the Tallinn Manual
    • Jan Kleijssen & Pierluigi Perri, Cybercrime, Evidence and Territoriality: Issues and Options
    • Alessandra Arcuri & Federica Violi, Reconfiguring Territoriality in International Economic Law
    • Sigrun Skogly, Extraterritorial Obligations and the Obligation to Protect
    • Ernst M.H. Hirsch Ballin, Citizenship at Home and Across Borders
    • Hemme Battjes, Territoriality and Asylum Law: The Use of Territorial Jurisdiction to Circumvent Legal Obligations and Human Rights Law Responses
    • Ciarán Burke, Ólafur Ísberg Hannesson, & Kristin Bangsund, Schrödinger’s Cake? Territorial Truths for Post-Brexit Britain