Thursday, December 8, 2022

New Issue: TWAIL Review

The latest issue of the TWAIL Review (no. 3, 2022) is out. Contents include:
  • Yilin Wang, The Dissociation of Chinese International Law Scholars from TWAIL
  • Robert Knox, Imperialism, Hypocrisy and the Politics of International Law
  • Asma Atique, The Story of Masdar: ‘Sustainable Development’ for Migrant Justice?
  • Perpetua Akoth Adar, Space and the Future of Humanity: A TWAIL Critique of International Space Law and Space Discourse
  • Pushkar Reddy, Breaking Away from Binaries: Can TWAIL Enrich Normative Views of the ‘Race to the Bottom’?
  • Jake Okechukwu Effoduh, Regulating Self-driving Cars: An African Perspective
  • Vasanthi Venkates, International Casteist Governance and the Dalit Radical Tradition: Reimagining a Counter-hegemonic Transnational Legal Order
  • Haris Jamil & Sujith Koonan, The State, State Practice and International Law: A Critical Examination