- Critical Race Perspectives on International Law
We need to talk about ‘race’
“Race is the child of racism, not the father,” writes Ta-Nehisi Coates in “Between the World and Me”. Such understanding of race, not as an empirical category but as a category for analysing power ...
David gegen Goliath
Wenn man über indigene Völker in den Medien liest, dann liest man in der Regel leider selten Gutes: Land Grabbing, Vertreibung oder, wie in Australien, der Kampf der Aborigines um die Anerkennung a...
Law as a site of politics (Part II)
Völkerrechtsblog is delighted to post the second part of our conversation with Hilary Charlesworth. In this part of the interview she tells us more about the power of rituals and ritualism in human...
Law as a site of politics (Part I)
Hilary Charlesworth is best known for her work on feminist theory and international law, however her intellectual curiosity extends far beyond this - for example she recently explored the role of r...
In Search of a Shared Grammar
A response to the post by Miriam Aziz.
In her insightful and inspiring piece ”Law as Ballet: A Global Pas de Deux“ Miriam Aziz invites us to explore the commonalities between law and dance. As ”...