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? This Symposium, organized together with OpinioJuris, discusses the volume “Contingency in International Law – on the Possibility of Different Legal Histories”, edited by Ingo Venzke and Kevin Jon Heller and published in April 2021 (Oxford University Press).