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Leiden Journal of International Law - Volume 36 - Issue 4 - December 2023

Leiden Journal of International Law – Volume 36 – Issue 4 – December 2023

Leiden Journal of International Law - Volume 36 - Issue 4 - December 2023

Leiden Journal of International Law

Volume 36 – Issue 4 – December 2023

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
‘A Plea of Humanity to Law’: In Memoriam for Benjamin Berell Ferencz (1920–2023)
Joseph Powderly, William A. Schabas

INTERNATIONAL LEGAL THEORY
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
In search of Paulus Vladimiri: Canon, reception, and the (in)conceivability of an Eastern European ‘founding father’ of international law
Eric Loefflad

Emancipating human rights: Capitalism and the common good
Margot E. Salomon

Conceptualizing legal change as ‘norm-knitting’ through the example of the environmental human right
Dorothea Endres

The settlement of tax disputes by the International Court of Justice
Céline Braumann

INTERNATIONAL LAW AND PRACTICE
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Seizing stateless smuggling vessels on the Mediterranean High Seas
Thea Coventry

Might contain traces of Lotus: The limits of exclusive flag state jurisdiction in the Norstar and the Enrica Lexie cases
Máté Csernus

The global distribution of COVID-19 vaccines by the public-private partnership COVAX from a public-law perspective
Jelena von Achenbach

The 2022 Russian intervention in Ukraine: What is its impact on the interpretation of jus contra bellum?
Olivier Corten, Vaios Koutroulis

Methodology of identifying customary international law applicable to cyber activities
Ori Pomson

In someone else’s words: Judicial borrowing and the semantic authority of the African Court of Human and Peoples’ Rights
Martin Lolle Christensen

INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
A coherence framework for fact-finding before the International Court of Justice
James Gerard Devaney

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS AND TRIBUNALS
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Beyond rhetoric: Interrogating the Eurocentric critique of international criminal law’s selectivity in the wake of the 2022 Ukraine invasion
Patryk I. Labuda

The dark legacy of Nuremberg: Inhumane air warfare, judicial desuetudo and the demise of the principle of distinction in International Humanitarian Law
Jochen von Bernstorff, Enno L. Mensching

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Bibliography

Book Review
Ian Johnstone and Steven Ratner (eds.), Talking International Law: Legal Argumentation Outside the Courtroom, Oxford University Press, 2021, 368pp, £80.00
Gabriel M. Lentner

Ver también

Nicolas Boeglin

Gaza / Israël : à propos de la déclaration de la Palestine reconnaissant la compétence de la CIJ et demandant à intervenir en l’affaire Afrique du Sud contre Israël

Nicolas Boeglin, professeur de droit international public, Faculté de droit, Université du Costa Rica (UCR). …