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  • Colonial Repercussions in Germany and Namibia

German colonialism, reparations and international law

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  • Plurality of Law and Development

The plurality of law and development

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  • Semi-Colonialism

The a-historicity of Preah Vihear and the space for inter-disciplinarity in international law

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  • South and East Asian Perspectives on International Law

The ‘Standard of Civilization’ in international law

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  • Cultural Heritage in a Post-Colonial World

The politics of cultural heritage protection in international law

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  • Global South in Comparative Constitutional Law

Knowledge production in comparative constitutional law

Histories on EJIL Talk!

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Provoking the single story

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  • Histories of International Law

Was ist Wahrheit?

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  • Histories of International Law

Historicizing a Classic

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“If you want a future, … why not get a past?” (Cole Porter, “Let’s Misbehave”)

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  • Histories of International Law

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  • The Battle for International Law

Worthy of the “increasingly global perspective”?

  • Book Review
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  • Crimes Against Humanity

A melody for legal reform?

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  • Book Review
  • The Corporation, Law and Capitalism

Legal form(s) beyond capitalism?

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Between the body and the politic

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Between the body and the politic

  • #Ö: Our own news

Happy Birthday, Völkerrechtsblog!

  • Symposium
  • Business and Human Rights

Germany’s moral responsibility to support a treaty on business and human rights

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  • Cultural Heritage in a Post-Colonial World

CfP: Cultural Heritage in a Post-colonial World – New Framings of a Global Legal Problem

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  • Global South in Comparative Constitutional Law

Interrogating “Constitutionalism of the South” and new pathways for research

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  • Global South in Comparative Constitutional Law

Towards a constitutionalism of the wretched

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  • Gunneflo Book Symposium

Gunneflo Book Symposium: Part 5

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  • Gunneflo Book Symposium

Gunneflo Book Symposium: Part 1

Labors of memory and the post-conflict economy

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