Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Special Issue: Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL)

The latest issue of the Third World Quarterly (Vol. 37, no. 11, 2016) focuses on "Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL)." Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL)
    • Richard Falk, Foreword: Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL) special issue
    • Usha Natarajan, John Reynolds, Amar Bhatia & Sujith Xavier, Introduction: TWAIL - on praxis and the intellectual
    • Georges Abi-Saab, The Third World intellectual in praxis: confrontation, participation, or operation behind enemy lines?
    • M. Sornarajah, On fighting for global justice: the role of a Third World international lawyer
    • Nesrine Badawi, Regulation of armed conflict: critical comparativism
    • Reem Bahdi & Mudar Kassis, Decolonisation, dignity and development aid: a judicial education experience in Palestine
    • Ali Hammoudi, The conjunctural in international law: the revolutionary struggle against semi-peripheral sovereignty in Iraq
    • Vanja Hamzić, Mir-Said Sultan-Galiev and the idea of Muslim Marxism: empire, Third World(s) and praxis
    • Adil Hasan Khan, International lawyers in the aftermath of disasters: inheriting from Radhabinod Pal and Upendra Baxi
    • Zoran Oklopcic, The South of Western constitutionalism: a map ahead of a journey
    • John Reynolds, Disrupting civility: amateur intellectuals, international lawyers and TWAIL as praxis
    • Adrian A. Smith, Migration, development and security within racialised global capitalism: refusing the balance game