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Leiden Journal of International Law - Volume 33 - Issue 3 - September 2020

Leiden Journal of International Law – Volume 33 – Issue 3 – September 2020

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Leiden Journal of International Law

Volume 33 – Issue 3 – September 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.


Denaturalizing the Monroe Doctrine: The rise of Latin American legal anti-imperialism in the face of the modern US and hemispheric redefinition of the Monroe Doctrine
Juan Pablo Scarfi

Speed, law and the global economy: How economic acceleration contributes to inequality and precarity
Nicolás M. Perrone

The parliament of the world? Reflections on the proposal to establish a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly
Rossana Deplano

Fault, knowledge and risk within the framework of positive obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights
Vladislava Stoyanova

What we talk about when we talk about Jerusalem: The duty of non-recognition and the prospects for peace after the US embassy’s relocation to the Holy City
Marco Pertile, Sondra Faccio

International law, the paradox of plenty and the making of resource-driven conflict
Eliana Cusato

The control of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights over amnesty laws and other exemption measures: Legitimacy assessment
Juan Pablo Perez-Leon-Acevedo

Rethinking non-recognition: The EU’s Investment Agreement with Taiwan under the One-China Policy
Pasha L. Hsieh

The alleged tension between the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration and state sovereignty: ‘Much Ado about Nothing’?
Francesca Capone

‘Not dead but sleeping’: Expanding international law to better regulate the diverse effects of ceasefire agreements
Marika Sosnowski

BEPS principal purpose test and customary international law
Irma Johanna Mosquera Valderrama

Allowing ‘leeway to expediency, without abandoning principle’? The International Court of Justice’s use of avoidance techniques
Felix Fouchard

International criminal law and border control: The expressive role of the deportation and extradition of genocide suspects to Rwanda
Nicola Palmer


Alejandro Rodiles, Coalitions of the Willing and International Law: The Interplay Between Formality and Informality, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2018, 287pp, £85.00, ISBN 9781108493659, doi: 10.1017/9781108680431
John R Morss

Lucas Lixinski, International Heritage Law for Communities: Exclusion and Re-Imagination, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2019, 320 pp, £80.00, ISBN 9780198843306
Sophie Starrenburg

Katia Fach Gómez, Key Duties of International Investment Arbitrators: A Transnational Study of Legal and Ethical Dilemmas, New York, Springer, 2019, 222 pp, €114.39, ISBN 978-3-319-98127-7
Jose Gustavo Prieto Munoz

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