Wednesday, October 23, 2019

New Volume: Netherlands Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Netherlands Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 49, 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Part I Populism and International Law
    • Janne E. Nijman & Wouter G. Werner, Populism and International Law: What Backlash and Which Rubicon?
    • Lukasz Gruszczynski & Jessica Lawrence, Trump, International Trade and Populism
    • Aaron Fichtelberg, Populist Paranoia and International Law
    • Alejandro Rodiles, Is There a ‘Populist’ International Law (in Latin America)?
    • Christine Schwöbel-Patel, Populism, International Law and the End of Keep Calm and Carry on Lawyering
    • Edwin Bikundo, People, Politics and Populismin International Criminal Law: The Mungiki as Kenyan Ethnos and Kenyan Demos
    • Veronika Bílková, Populism and Human Rights
    • Rene Urueña, Reclaiming the Keys to the Kingdom (of the World): Evangelicals and Human Rights in Latin America
    • Lys Kulamadayil, Addressing Economic Populism Through Law – A Case Study of the World Development Report 2017
  • Part II Dutch Practice
    • Laura Burgers & Tim Staal, Climate Action as Positive Human Rights Obligation: The Appeals Judgment in Urgenda v the Netherlands
    • Marieke de Hoon, Pursuing Justice for MH17: The Role of the Netherlands
    • Mistale Taylor, What a Drag(net): Dutch Surveillance Laws in the Light of European Union Data Protection Law