Friday, November 8, 2019

New Issue: Leiden Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Leiden Journal of International Law (Vol. 32, no. 4, December 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Editorial
    • Dov Jacobs & Joseph Powderly, On the Impact of Online Commentary in International Criminal Law: A Vain Pursuit of a Socratic Ideal?
  • International Legal Theory
    • Sarah Mason-Case, On being companions and strangers: Lawyers and the production of international climate law
  • International Law and Practice
    • Fernando Lusa Bordin, General international law in the relations between international organizations and their members
    • Sabaa Ahmad Khan, Rebalancing state and Indigenous sovereignties in international law: An Arctic lens on trajectories for global governance
    • Sophia Kopela, Historic fishing rights in the law of the sea and Brexit
    • Violeta Moreno-Lax, Daniel Ghezelbash, & Natalie Klein, Between life, security and rights: Framing the interdiction of ‘boat migrants’ in the Central Mediterranean and Australia
    • Elisabeth Schweiger, ‘Targeted killing’ and the lack of acquiescence
    • Tara Smith, Critical perspectives on environmental protection in non-international armed conflict: Developing the principles of distinction, proportionality and necessity
    • Joanna Lam & Güneş Ünüvar, Transparency and participatory aspects of investor-state dispute settlement in the EU ‘new wave’ trade agreements
  • International Criminal Courts and Tribunals
    • Amanda Alexander, New histories and new laws: Crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
    • Gabriele Chlevickaite, Barbora Hola, & Catrien Bijleveld, Thousands on the stand: Exploring trends and patterns of international witnesses
    • Emma Irving, The Other Side of the Article 21(3) Coin: Human Rights in the Rome Statute and the Limits of Article 21(3)
    • Barrie Sander, The Expressive Turn of International Criminal Justice: A Field in Search of Meaning