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

Leiden Journal of International Law – Volume 33 – Issue 2, June 2020

Leiden Journal of International Law

Volume 33 – Issue 2, June 2020

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
In Memoriam: Professor Hugh W. A. Thirlway (14 June 1937 – 13 October 2019)
Cristina Hoss, Santiago Villalpando, Eric De Brabandere

INTERNATIONAL LEGAL THEORY
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Researching secret spaces: A reflexive account on negotiating risk and academic integrity
Michelle Burgis-Kasthala

Double elevation: Autonomous weapons and the search for an irreducible law of war
Ioannis Kalpouzos

INTERNATIONAL LAW AND PRACTICE
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
When the Leviathan goes to the market: A critical evaluation of the rules governing state-owned enterprises in trade agreements
Leonardo Borlini

Non-pecuniary damages before the European Court of Human Rights: Forget the victim; it’s all about the state
Veronika Fikfak

Between Sollen and Sein: The CJEU’s reliance on international law in the interpretation of economic agreements covering occupied territories
Eva Kassoti

Legal aspects of transboundary water management: An analysis of the intergovernmental institutional arrangements in the Okavango River Basin
Goemeone E.J. Mogomotsi, Patricia K. Mogomotsi, Ketlhatlogile Mosepele

Selecting candidates to the bench of the World Court: (Inevitable) politicization and its consequences
Ksenia Polonskaya

Enacting the ‘civilian plus’: International humanitarian actors and the conceptualization of distinction
Rebecca Sutton

The legitimate expectation of regulatory stability under the Energy Charter Treaty
Diego Zannoni

INTERNATIONAL COURTS AND TRIBUNALS: INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Judges ad hoc of the International Court of Justice
Charles N. Brower, Massimo Lando

HAGUE INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNALS: INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS AND TRIBUNALS
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Setting the scene: The use of art to promote reconciliation in international criminal justice
Marina Aksenova, Amber N. Rieff

BIBLIOGRAPHY

BOOK REVIEW
N. Eltringham, Genocide Never Sleeps: Living law at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2019, 218 pp, £85.00, ISBN 978-1-108-48559-3
Cale Davis

José E. Alvarez, The Boundaries of Investment Arbitration – The Use of Trade and European Human Rights Law in Investor State Disputes, JurisNet LLC, 2018, 345 pp, $125, ISBN 9781944825249
Veronica Lavista
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 28 February 2020, pp. 523-525

K. J. Alter, L. R. Helfer and M. R. Madsen (eds.), International Court Authority, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2018, £80.00, ISBN 978-0-1987-9558-2
Sophie N.G. Schiettekatte

ERRATUM
General international law in the relations between international organizations and their members – ERRATUM
Fernando Lusa Bordin

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