Book Review Symposium: Contingency in International Law
Could international law have turned out differently? What were contingent crossings at which international law could have taken different avenues? And why might it be worth thinking counter-factually? Over the coming week, together with OpinioJuris, we are delighted to host a symposium on the volume “Contingency in International Law – on the Possibility of Different Legal Histories”, edited by Ingo Venzke and Kevin Jon Heller and published this April.
The contributors are Adeel Hussain, Ntina Tzouvala, Doreen Lustig, Vidya Kumar, Kanad Bagchi, Marina Veličković and Hirofumi Oguri. The symposium will close with a rejoinder by the editors. As always, we invite you to participate in the debate via the comment function below!