“For better or worse, international law is confronting a period of profound change.”
– American Society of International Law
In honour of the 109th annual meeting of the American Society of International Law, we have created a collection of free journal articles and online resources, as well as a specially selected list of books. This collection focuses on ASIL’s conference theme: ‘Adapting to a Rapidly Changing World’, and is designed to be a companion to this year’s meeting. Prepare for the conference with this collection, or experience the excitement and debate from afar.
|Chinese Journal of International Law||European Journal of International Law|
|The International Law of Co-progressiveness: The Descriptive Observation, the Normative Position and Some Core Principles, Chinese Journal of International Law
Analysing Regionalism within International Law and Relations: The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation as a Grossraum?
Michael Salter and Yinan Yin
|Scientific Reason and the Discipline of International Law
|Human Rights Law Review||ICSID Review|
|The betrayal of human rights and the urgency of universal corporate accountability: Reflections on a post-Kiobel Lawscape'
Anna Grear and Burns H. Weston
|Institut de Droit International, Legal Aspects of Recourse to Arbitration by an Investor Against the Authorities of the Host State under Inter-State Treaties/Andrea Giardina, The Tokyo Resolution of the Institut de Droit International on Investment Treaty Arbitration
Practical Suggestions to Promote the Legitimacy and Vitality of International Investment Arbitration
|International Journal of Law and Information Technology||International Journal of Refugee Law|
|The feasibility of transatlantic privacy-protective standards for surveillance
|Palestinian Refugees and the Syrian Uprising: Filling the Protection Gap during Secondary Forced Displacement
|International Journal of Transitional Justice||Journal of Conflict and Security Law|
|Is the ICC Making the Most of Victim Participation?
Mariana Pena and Gaelle Carayon
Rethinking Transitional Justice, Redressing Indigenous Harm: A New Conceptual Approach
Jennifer Balint, Julie Evans and Nesam McMillan
|Jus ad bellum and American Targeted Use of Force to Fight Terrorism Around the World
|Journal of International Criminal Justice||Journal of International Dispute Settlement|
|Ghosts Also Die: Resisting Disappearance through the ‘Right to the Truth’ and the Juicios por la Verdad in Argentina
|Gazing at the Crystal Ball (again): State Immunity and Jus Cogens beyond Germany v Italy
Legal Responses to Corporate Manoeuvring in International Investment Arbitration
Tania Voon, Andrew Mitchell and James Munro
|Journal of International Economic Law||London Review of International Law|
|Do We Need a World Financial Organization?
Rosa M. Lastra
|Mapping the vertical battlespace: towards a legal cartography of aerial sovereignty
Campbell A. O. Munro
The locations of homophobia
Jens David Ohlin
Lawrence E. Susskind, Saleem H. Ali, and Foreword by Zakri Abdul Hamid
Edited by Randall S. Abate and Foreword by Robin Kundis Craig
Ch.XI International Change and the Judicial Settlement of International Disputes
Ch.XII International Conciliation as an Instrument of Change
Ch.XIII The Judicial Application of the Doctrine 'Rebus Sic Stantibus'
Ch.XIV The Doctrine of Abuse of Rights as an Instrument of Change
Ch.XV Extension of Judicial Legislation by the Will of the Parties
Ch.XVI Judicial Decision as the Starting Point for the Modification of Law