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17th Annual Conference of the European Society of International Law

August 31, 2022

As part of OUP’s showcase for the 17th Annual Conference of the European Society of International Law, a collection of articles has been made freely available for you to explore. These have been informed by this year’s theme the ‘In/Ex-clusiveness of International Law’:  

Free articles available on MPEPIL through 31 October 2022:

Human Rights, State Complaints (Isabella Risini and Geir Ulfstein)

Common but Differentiated Responsibilities (Ellen Hey and Sophia Paulini)

Territory, Acquisition (Marcelo Kohen and Mamadou Hébié)

Clean and Healthy Environment, Right to, International Protection (Birgit Peters)

History of International Law, Since World War II (Martti Koskenniemi)

Colonialism (Jörn Axel Kämmerer)

Cultural Heritage (Francesco Francioni)

Marxism (Bhupinder Chimni)

Liability for Lawful Acts (Attila Tanzi)

Emergency, State of (David Kretzmer)

Free articles available on MPEiPro through 31 October 2022:

Gender Balance in International Adjudicatory Bodies (Stéphanie Hennette-Vauchez)

Compliance Procedure: Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage (Véronique Guèvremont)

Balancing Test: United Nations Human Rights Bodies (Helen Keller, Reto Walther)

Feminist Approaches to International Adjudication (Nienke Grossman)

International Adjudication and Global Justice (Frank J Garcia)

Sociological Approaches to International Adjudication (Mikael Rask Madsen and Salvatore Caserta)

Uses of History and Collective Memories by International Courts and Tribunals (Moshe Hirsch)

Translation of Judgments: International Criminal Court (ICC) (Kritika Sharma)

Marxist Approaches to International Adjudication (Anthony Carty and Roger Zhao)

Epistemic Communities in International Adjudication (Jean d'Aspremont and Fabian Cardenas)

Inquiry Procedures: United Nations Human Rights Bodies (Mónica Pinto)


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