- Feminist Theory and International Law: Posthuman Perspectives
Introducing the Symposium on Feminist Theory and International Law: Posthuman Perspectives by Emily Jones
Emily Jones is known in the international law research community as a co-host of the Essex Public International Law lecture series. She, herself a critical international law scholar, initiated this...
- The Person Behind the Academic
Chatting with Lys Kulamadayil
Welcome to the first interview of 2023 for the Völkerrechtsblog’s symposium ‘The Person behind the Academic’! With us we have Dr. Lys Kulamadayil, and through the following questions, we will...
- A Critical Christmas Week
De-Ritualizing International Law
Christmas time was story time. My childhood memories of Advent season are filled with them. I remember fairy-tales about mystical creatures, gospel readings about compassion and forgiveness, and movies about...
Self-Reflexivity on the Judicial Bench
A knowledgeable and highly accomplished international lawyer gets appointed to the International Court of Justice (ICJ). This hardly qualifies as news. When Georg Nolte, who is no less a prominent...
Informed dissent or misinformed rebellion? Making sense of India’s farmer protests
“We are food: we eat food, we are made of food, and our first identity, our first wealth, our first health, comes from the making, creating, giving of good food.”...
- South and East Asian Perspectives on International Law
Are we living in an Eastphalian moment?
It is indisputable that economic and geopolitical power has shifted east and that the core-semi periphery-periphery symbolism, a common reference for liberal, socialist and postcolonial states, increasingly mischaracterizes the complexities...