- Susan Marks, Three liberty trees
- Carl Landauer, The Polish Rider: CH Alexandrowicz and the reorientation of international law, Part I: Madras studies
- Kate Grady, For whom the bell tolls: London’s Iraq and Afghanistan Memorial 1990-2015
- Stephen Young, Re-historicising dissolved identities: Deskaheh, the League of Nations, and international legal discourse on Indigenous peoples
- Books Etc.
- Book Symposium: Ayça Çubukçu, For the Love of Humanity: The World Tribunal on Iraq
- Richard Falk, Acting beyond the state: towards a cosmopolitan awakening?
- Aslı Ü Bâli, A politics of accountability grounded in solidarity
- Vasuki Nesiah, Situating critique at the very heart of humanism
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
New Issue: London Review of International Law
London Review of International Law (Vol. 7, no. 3, November 2019) is out. Contents include: