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18th Annual Conference of the European Society of International Law

August 30, 2023

As part of OUP’s showcase for the 18th 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 ‘Is International Law Fair?’:  

Free articles available on MPEPIL through 31 October 2023:

Denial of Justice (Carlo Focarelli)
Due Diligence (Timo Koivurova and Krittika Singh)
Equity in International Law (Francesco Francioni)
Fair and Equitable Treatment (Nicolas Angelet)
Full Protection and Security (Eric De Brabandere)
Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (Robert Kolb and Pavle Kilibarda)
International Law and Justice (Jochen von Bernstorff and Ingo Venzke)
Legal Positivism (Jörg Kammerhofer)
Legitimate Expectations (Eirik Bjorge)
Objective Regime (Cedric Ryngaert)
Space Law (Michael Byers and Andrew Simon-Butler)

Free articles available on MPEiPro through 31 October 2023:

Accountability (Volker Röben)
Actio Popularis (Andrea Gattini)
Balancing Test (Pasquale De Sena and Lorenzo Acconciamessa)
Effectiveness of International Adjudication (Yuval Shany)
Epistemic Communities in International Adjudication (Fabian Cardenas and Jean d'Aspremont)
Gender Balance in International Adjudicatory Bodies (Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez)
Good Administration of Justice (Julien Cazala)
International Adjudication and Global Justice (Frank J Garcia)
Legitimacy of International Adjudication (Shotaro Hamamoto)
Theories of Negotiation and International Adjudication (Valérie Rosoux)
Transparency (Thore Neumann and Anne Peters)
Uses of History and Collective Memories by International Courts and Tribunals (Moshe Hirsch)
Victim Participation: Human Rights Bodies (Lutz Oette)
Victim Participation in International Criminal Proceedings (Mariana Pena)


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