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Leiden Journal of International Law - Volume 33 - Issue 1 - March 2020

Leiden Journal of International Law – Volume 33 – Issue 1 – March 2020

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Leiden Journal of International Law

Volume 32 – Issue 4 – December 2019

ISSN: 0922-1565 (Print), 1478-9698 (Online)

Firmly established as one of the leading journals in the field, the Leiden Journal of International Law (LJIL) provides a venue for sharp and critical voices that speak on the theory and practice of international law. It aspires to introduce or amplify refreshing and innovative approaches to perennial as well as topical issues in the field. The Journal’s focus rests on international legal theory, international law and practice, international criminal law, as well as international courts and tribunals.

CONTENIDO

Editorial
International legal sightseeing
Sofia Stolk, Renske Vos

INTERNATIONAL LEGAL THEORY
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
On the uses and advantages of genealogy for international law
Kate Purcell

The turn to history in international law and the sources doctrine: Critical approaches and methodological imaginaries
Matilda Arvidsson, Miriam Bak McKenna

INTERNATIONAL LAW AND PRACTICE
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
On judicial autonomy and the autonomy of the parties in international adjudication, with special regard to investment arbitration and ICSID annulment proceedings
Attila M. Tanzi

State liability for ‘politically’ motivated conduct in the investment treaty regime
Jonathan Bonnitcha, Zoe Phillips Williams

INTERNATIONAL LAW AND PRACTICE: SYMPOSIUM ON RETHINKING THE ROLE OF ELECTED MEMBERS IN THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Elected member influence in the United Nations Security Council
Jeremy Farrall, Marie-Eve Loiselle, Christopher Michaelsen, Jochen Prantl, Jeni Whalan

Around Arendt’s table: Bureaucracy and the non-permanent members of the UN Security Council
Isobel Roele

The penholder system and the rule of law in the Security Council decision-making: Setback or improvement?
Marie-Eve Loiselle

The Security Council in practice: Haiti, cholera, and the elected members of the United Nations Security Council
Rosa Freedman, Nicolas Lemay-Hébert

INTERNATIONAL COURTS AND TRIBUNALS: INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
State responsibility and positive obligations in the European Court of Human Rights: The contribution of the ICJ in advancing towards more judicial integration
Rosana Garciandia

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS AND TRIBUNALS
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
The jus post bellum as ‘integrity’ – Transitional criminal justice, the ICC, and the Colombian amnesty law
Javier Sebastián Eskauriatza

Collective criminality and sexual violence: Fixing a failed approach
Susana SáCouto, Leila Nadya Sadat, Patricia Viseur Sellers

BOOK REVIEW
Terje Einarsen and Joseph Rikhof, A Theory of Punishable Participation in Universal Crimes (2018), Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 756 pp, ISBN 9788283481273
Mark Drumbl, Lauren Hancock

Molly K. Land and Jay D. Aronson, New Technologies for Human Rights Law and Practice, 2018, Cambridge University Press, 330 pp, ISBN 9781107179639
Emma Irving

Alexandre Skander Galand, UN Security Council Referrals to the International Criminal Court: Legal Nature, Effects and Limits, Brill, 2018, 268pp, ISBN 978-90-04-34221-7, €145
Gabriel M. Lentner
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 25 November 2019, pp. 253-256

Vincent Genin, Le laboratoire belge du droit international. Une communauté épistémique et internationale de juristes (1869–1914). Préface de Michel Dumoulin. Avant-propos de Martti Koskenniemi. Bruxelles: Classe des Lettres. Académie Royale des Sciences, des Lettres et des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, 2018, 232 pp, ISBN 9782803106523, €15
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