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Everyday Migrant Accompaniment: Humanitarian Border Diplomacy
Cristina Churruca-Muguruza

In The Hague Journal of Diplomacy
Special Issue: Public Theology after Maidan

In International Journal of Public Theology
The Crisis in Crimea and the Principle of Non-Intervention
Russell Buchan and
Nicholas Tsagourias


In International Community Law Review
The Secession of Crimea: Where Does International Law Stand?
Majid Nikouei and Masoud Zamani


In Nordic Journal of International Law

 
The Status of Crimea and the Sea of Azov as a Jurisdictional Hurdle in Ukraine v. Russia
Valentin Johannes Schatz


In Review of Central and East European Law
Principled Pragmatism in Practice
Fabienne Bossuyt
and
Peter van Elsuwege
Kriegsgedenken als Event: Der 9. Mai 2015 im postsozialistischen Europa
Edited by Cordula Gdaniec,
Mischa Gabowitsch
and
Ekaterina Makhotina
Russia and European Human Rights Law
Volume Editor: Lauri Mälksoo
Crimes against Humanity in the 21st Century
Robert Dubler SC
and Matthew Kalyk
Legal Restraints On the Use of Military Force
Editors: Thilo Marauhn and
Barry de Vries
NATO Rules of Engagement
Camilla Guldahl Cooper
Investments in Conflict Zones
Editors: Tobias Ackermann and Sebastian Wuschka
The Security Council and the Use of Force
Editors: Niels M. Blokker
and Nico J. Schrijver
The Politics of International Criminal Law
Editors: Holly Cullen, Philipp Kastner, and Sean Richmond
Military Ethics and Leadership
Editor: Peter H.J. Olsthoorn
Revisiting the Geneva Conventions: 1949-2019
Editors: Md. Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan and Borhan Uddin Khan
Changing Actors in International Law
Editors: Karen N. Scott,
Kathleen Claussen,
Charles-Emmanuel Côté,

and Atsuko Kanehara
The Aggression Against Ukraine and the Effectiveness of Inter-state Cases in Case of War
Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou and Vassilis P Tzevelekos


In European Convention on Human Rights Law Review