Editorial #3 – International crime, Earth and theory
Calendars blessed us with a square-shaped February 2021 – the month began on a Monday, the 1st of February, and ended on Sunday, 28th of February. All four weeks aligned...
Editorial #2 – New beginnings
Is it a stretch to say that 2021 has started with a lot of hope? A severe pandemic is still ongoing. Without proper political action, it will continue to increase...
Looking back on a special year
Following what has become a tradition, we start the new year on the blog with a little overview of the most read articles of the last year. While usually, this...
A blog with more than just articles
A blog like ours primarily lives off interesting articles. Ideally, our posts offer new perspectives or critiques, cover current developments or excavate neglected discourses. Behind these articles stand knowledgeable and...
Introducing Völkerrechtsblog 3.0
Welcome to Völkerrechtsblog 3.0! We are very happy to introduce you to our completely redesigned and modernized website. Six years into its existence, Völkerrechtsblog receives a new logo and design...
Most-read posts in 2019 and other insights from our backend
After a little break, we start 2020 with an overview of the 15 most-read posts in 2019 and some other interesting numbers from our statistics. What is striking is that...
Help us to improve Völkerrechtsblog!
Ever wanted to give us some feedback? This is your chance! Völkerrechtsblog will get a new website, and before we start the reform process we would like to hear your...
Das Team stellt sich vor / Introducing our team
Wer steht eigentlich hinter dem Völkerrechtsblog? Anlässlich unseres 5-jährigen Bestehens möchten wir uns vorstellen - und erklären, was uns an der Blogarbeit begeistert. In den nächsten Monaten wird unser Team...
Happy Birthday, Völkerrechtsblog!
Today exactly five years ago, our first post went online. To celebrate a birthday with a blog means to celebrate what fills the blog with life: its articles, its authors,...
New Collaboration between Völkerrechtsblog and Ruhr University Bochum’s Institute for International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict (IFHV)
From 2019 onwards, Völkerrechtsblog is regularly publishing Bofaxe: academic snapshots of up-to-the minute news in international law as produced by international law researchers at the Ruhr University Bochum’s Institute for International...
Since its inception in 2014, Völkerrechtsblog has been run by dedicated volunteers who spent countless hours of their spare time, and sometimes even their own money, on the blog. As...
Völkerrecht 2.0 – es ist angerichtet
Dana Schmalz und Michael Riegner (für die Redaktion des Völkerrechtsblogs) Hier ist er, der neue Völkerrechtsblog. Noch erinnert er an den Blick auf einen gedeckten Tisch in Erwartung einer großen...