Sunday, September 1, 2013

Inaugural Issue: London Review of International Law

The inaugural issue of the London Review of International Law (Vol. 1, no. 1, March 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Fleur Johns, The deluge
    • Ralf Michaels, Dreaming law without a state: scholarship on autonomous international arbitration as utopian literature
    • Sundhya Pahuja, Laws of encounter: a jurisdictional account of international law
    • Umut Özsu, ‘A thoroughly bad and vicious solution’: humanitarianism, the World Court, and the modern origins of population transfer
  • Books etc.
    • Charlotte Peevers, Conducting international authority: Hammarskjöld, the Great Powers and the Suez Crisis
    • Daniel McLoughlin, A tale of two Schmitts: authority, administration and the responsibility to protect
    • Jacqueline Mowbray, International authority, the responsibility to protect and the culture of the international executive
    • Ben Golder, The responsibility to protect: practice, genealogy, biopolitics
    • Anne Orford, On international legal method
  • Sectionthree
    • Sandi Hilal, Alessandro Petti, Eyal Weizman, & Nicola Perugini, The lawless line