ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

dinsdag 6 november 2018

JOURNAL: Leiden Journal of International Law XXXI (2018), Issue 4 [Symposium on the 'Trajectories of International Legal Histories']

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International Legal Theory:
  • Martin Clark, 'Ambivalence, anxieties / Adaptations, advances: Conceptual History and International Law'
  • Roger Merino, 'Reimagining the Nation-State: Indigenous Peoples and the Making of Plurinationalism in Latin America'
  • Ming-Sung Kuo, 'Select Resolving the Question of Inter-Scalar Legitimacy into Law? A Hard Look at Proportionality Balancing in Global Governance Resolving the Question of Inter-Scalar Legitimacy into Law? A Hard Look at Proportionality Balancing in Global Governance'
Symposium on the 'Trajectories of International Legal Histories':
  • Gerry Simpson, 'Introduction to Symposium on the Trajectories of International Legal Histories: Doing Things Differently There Introduction to Symposium on the Trajectories of International Legal Histories: Doing Things Differently There'
  • Felix Lange, 'Select Challenging the Paris Peace Treaties, State Sovereignty, and Western-Dominated International Law – The Multifaceted Genesis of the Jus Cogens Doctrine Challenging the Paris Peace Treaties, State Sovereignty, and Western-Dominated International Law – The Multifaceted Genesis of the Jus Cogens Doctrine'
  • Guy Fiti Sinclair, 'Towards a Postcolonial Genealogy of International Organizations Law'
  • Julia Dehm, 'Select Highlighting inequalities in the histories of human rights: Contestations over justice, needs and rights in the 1970s Highlighting inequalities in the histories of human rights: Contestations over justice, needs and rights in the 1970s'
  • Jakob Zollmann, 'Select African International Legal Histories – International Law in Africa: Perspectives and Possibilities African International Legal Histories – International Law in Africa: Perspectives and Possibilities'
More articles and book reviews on Cambridge Core.