Wednesday, January 13, 2021

New Volume: Netherlands Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Netherlands Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 50, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Yearbooks in International Law: History, Function and Future
    • Otto Spijkers, Wouter G. Werner & Ramses A. Wessel, The Phenomenon of Yearbooks in International Law: An Introduction
    • Matilda Arvidsson, The ‘Turn to History’ and the Year of the Yearbook of International Law
    • John D. Haskell, A Case in the Politics of Form: Yearbooks of International Law
    • Sara Kendall, Archiving Legality: The Imperial Emergence of the International Law Yearbook
    • Jan Klabbers, On Yearbooks
    • Part II Contributions by Yearbooks of International Law Fatsah Ouguergouz, African Yearbook of International Law: A Quarter-Century of Contribution to the Development and Dissemination of International Law
    • Donald R. Rothwell, Australian Year Book of International Law
    • John H. Currie, The Canadian Yearbook of International Law/Annuaire canadien de droit international: Founding, Function, Future
    • Ying-jeou Ma, Chun-i Chen & Pasha L. Hsieh, Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs: Contributing to the Grotian Moment in Asia
    • Pavel Šturma, Czech Yearbook of Public and Private International Law on the Occasion of Its 10th Anniversary: Achievements and Perspectives
    • Zeray Yihdego, Melaku Desta & Martha Belete, Ethiopian Yearbook of International Law: Towards Diversifying and Democratizing Voices in the Making and Development of International Law
    • Tuomas Tiittala, Finnish Yearbook of International Law—Past, Present, and Future
    • Mathias Forteau, Annuaire Français de Droit International .................... 137 Andreas von Arnauld & Daley J. Birkett, German Yearbook of International Law: Origins, Development, Prospects
    • Marcel Szabó, The Past, Present and Future of the Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law—An Evolving Story
    • Arie Afriansyah & Hadi Rahmat Purnama, Indonesia and the Absence of a Yearbook on International Law
    • Riccardo Pavoni, Italian Yearbook of International Law: Genesis, Development and Prospects
    • Keiichiro Niikura & Koichi Morikawa, The Development and Future of the Japanese Yearbook of International Law: From Japanese Perspectives to International Academic Forums
    • Manuel Becerra-Ramirez, Mexican Yearbook of International Law: A Concept for Researching, Disseminating, and Teaching International Law
    • Otto Spijkers & Dimitri Van Den Meerssche, ‘There Was an Idealism that This Information is Useful’—The Origins and Evolution of the Netherlands Yearbook of International Law
    • Ata R. Hindi, The Palestine Yearbook of International Law: A Medium for a Principled International Law on Palestine and the Palestinian People
    • Lukasz Gruszczynski & Karolina Wierczyńska, Polish Yearbook of International Law: A History of Constant Change and Adaptation
    • Eugenia López-Jacoiste & María José Cervell Hortal, Anuario Español de Derecho Internacional: History, Functions and Future