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1. The Trajectory of International Relations Dissertations in Turkish Academia Between 2000 and 2020

2. Customary International Law Requiring States to Grant Nationality to Stateless Children Born in Their Territory

3. Scylla and Charybdis: The Self-Determination of Peoples Versus the Territorial Integrity of States

4. Extradition in the Criminal Procedural Legislation of Ukraine:" Compliance With The European Standards

5. Radical Islamism: Trajectories of Human Rights Violations and Abuses in Africa

6. Towards Sustainable Peace and Cooperation

7. International Law and Order Enforcement: Police Assistance Programs and Politics in US-Brazil Relations

8. The ICC and Palestine: Breakthrough and End of the Road?

9. Great Expectations and a Missed Opportunity. The Special Tribunal For Lebanon and the Objectives of the United Nations Security Council. A Critical Perspective/Grandes expectativas y una oportunidad perdida. El tribunal especial para el Líbano y los objetivos del Consejo de Seguridad de Naciones Unidas. Una mirada crítica

10. The Emotional Backdrop of Legal Discourses in South China Sea Disputes

11. Integrated Space Situational Awareness Systems: SDA and SSA – Advantages and Limitations

12. Refouling Rohingyas: The Supreme Court of India's Uneasy Engagement with International Law

13. The Role of the Judiciary in Recognizing and Implementing International Law: A Comparative Analysis with Special Reference to Sri Lanka

14. The Leadership Requirement of the Crime of Aggression Under the Rome Statue of the International Criminal Court

15. Enforcement of the European Union Law Before the Albanian Constitutional Court and the High Court

16. The Evolution of the Prohibition of Genocide: From Natural Law Enthusiasm to Lackadaisical Judicial Perfunctoriness – And Back Again?

17. Perspectives for a New International Crime Against the Environment: International Criminal Responsibility for Environmental Degradation under the Rome Statute

18. International Society and Its Institutions in Refugee Protection during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Revisiting the Solidarism/Pluralism Debate in English School

19. Moral Imperatives and Legal Realities: The Perennial Conundrum of Humanitarian Intervention

20. Gas Finds for the People?

21. Annexation of Crimea from the Perspective of Offensive Realism | Ofansif Realizm Bağlamında Kırım’ın İlhakı

22. The Role of International Seabed Authority with Respect to the Administration of Mineral Resources

23. South China Sea Dispute: China’s Role and Proposed Solutions

24. The Political and Legal Landscape of the Alaska Phenomenon

25. Uluslararasi Hukukun Eksi̇k Uygulanişina Bi̇r Örnek: Bosna-hersek’te Uluslararasi Toplumun Müdahaleleri̇

26. Reconsidering the Classification of Perpetrators in instances of Genocide and Mass Atrocity: A focus on the Khmer Rouge Era

27. Enhancing the Protection of the Environment in Relation to Armed Conflicts – the Draft Principles of the International Law Commission and Beyond

28. Reflections on the Legality of Attacks Against the Natural Environment by Way of Reprisals

29. Through the Looking Glass: Corporate Actors and Environmental Harm Beyond the ILC

30. Business, Armed Conflict, and Protection of the Environment: What Avenues for Corporate Accountability?

31. The Martens Clause and Environmental Protection in Relation to Armed Conflicts

32. Precaution in International Environmental Law and Precautions in the Law of Armed Conflict

33. ‘Legal Identity for All’ and Statelessness Opportunity and Threat at the Junction of Public and Private International Law

34. Tracking the Implementation Gap Empirically Assessing the Translation of International Antislavery Commitments in Domestic Legislation Globally

35. Constraining U.S. foreign policy by enforcing current law: a series on Congress’s options to limit arms sales and aid to Saudi Arabia, part 3

36. Terrorism: Agreeing on the Basics

37. From Joining to Leaving: Domestic Law’s Role in the International Legal Validity of Treaty Withdrawal

38. Ocean Floor Grab: International Law and the Making of an Extractive Imaginary

39. The European Union and the Law of Treaties: A Fruitful Relationship

40. Secessionist Conflict: A Happy Marriage between Norms and Interests?

41. Cyber Space and International Law as a 21st Century Paradox | 21. Yüzyıl Paradoksu Olarak Siber Uzay ve Uluslararası Hukuk

42. Reassessment of Turkey’s Objections to the Exclusion of Terrorism from the Rome Statute

43. Periodisation of International Law: Positivist Discourse and Beyond

44. The Regime for Protecting Cultural Property during Armed Conflicts: An Analysis of the Historical Development

45. Scrutinizing Possible Procedures by which States Withdraw from the United Nations

46. U.S. Complicity in the 2014 Coup in Kiev as a Violation of International Law

47. Fighting for the Disability Rights through Vernacularization in Bangkok

48. Pakistan’s Commitment to Human Rights: A Probe into the Question of Ratification of the Rome Statute of International Criminal Court

49. Advancing the Rule of Law Through Executive Measures: The Case of MINUSCA

50. Reconciling the Irreconcilable? – The Extraterritorial Application of the ECHR and its Interaction With IHL

51. The Perils of Judicial Restraint: How Judicial Activism Can Help Evolve the International Court of Justice

52. The Private Life of Family Matters: Curtailing Human Rights Protection for Migrants under Article 8 of the ECHR?

53. Maritime Legal Black Holes: Migration and Rightlessness in International Law

54. The Return of Cultural Genocide?

55. The Legacy of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda and Their Contribution to the Crime of Rape

56. Changing State Behaviour: Damages before the European Court of Human Rights

57. Melting Arctic: Implications for the Twenty-First Century

58. TWAIL and the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) as a New Instrument of Domination: the Case of Libya

59. The death of Jamal Kashoggi: Issues of Human Rights Violations and International Law

60. Where Fools Rush In: Why Armed Intervention Failed to Create Political Reconciliation in Somalia

61. Constitutionalism and the Mechanics of Global Law Transfers

62. The Legal Dimensions of Rule of Law Promotion in EU Foreign Policy: EU Treaty Imperatives and Rule of Law Conditionality in the Foreign Trade and Development Nexus

63. The Dawn of Article 18 ECHR: A Safeguard Against European Rule of Law Backsliding?

64. The Law Behind Rule of Law Promotion in Fragile States: The Case of Afghanistan

65. International Investment Law and the Rule of Law

66. European Union Eastern Neighbourhood and the Post-Soviet Conflicts / Vecindario oriental de la Unión Europea y los conflictos post-soviéticos

67. The Rise of Transnational Democracy and Its Effect on the International Legal Order

68. Challenges in Common European Defense Policy: Russia’s Involvement in Ukraine

69. The ad bellum Challenge of Drones: Recalibrating Permissible Use of Force

70. Does and Should International Law Prohibit the Prosecution of Children for War Crimes?

71. The Value of the European Court of Human Rights to the United Kingdom

72. The Responsibility to Protect beyond Borders in the Law of Nature and Nations

73. Feminist Strategy in International Law: Understanding Its Legal, Normative and Political Dimensions

74. Borders of the Central Asian countries under the international law

75. Universal Jurisdiction in Absentia Before Domestic Courts Prosecuting International Crimes: A Suitable Weapon to Fight Impunity?

76. The International Responsibility of Non-State Armed Groups: In Search of the Applicable Rules

77. Modification of Renewable Energy Support Schemes Under the Energy Charter Treaty: Eiser and Charanne in the Context of Climate Change

78. Transitional Justice Models and Analytic Philosophy: Towards Theory

79. Hebrew Sources in the Doctrine of the Law of Nature and Nations in Early Modern Europe

80. Shifting Sands: Power, Uncertainty and the Form of International Legal Cooperation

81. Backlash against International Courts in West, East and Southern Africa: Causes and Consequences

82. Shifting Sands: Power, Uncertainty and the Form of International Legal Cooperation

83. The Right to Leave by Sea: Legal Limits on EU Migration Control by Third Countries

84. Asia's Ambivalence about International Law and Institutions: Past, Present and Futures

85. Gender and the Right to Non-Discrimination in International Human Rights Law

86. Pandemic Declarations of the World Health Organization as an Exercise of International Public Authority: The Possible Legal Answers to Frictions Between Legitimacies

87. The UN Declaration on the Rule of Law and the Application of the Rule of Law to the UN: A Reconstruction From an International Public Authority Perspective

88. Towards a New International Law of the Atmosphere?

89. The EU Commission and the Fragmentation of International Law: Speaking European in a Foreign Land

90. The Use of Scholarship by the WTO Appellate Body

91. The Evolution of Arms Control Instruments and the Potential of the Arms Trade Treaty

92. Combating Illegal Fishing in the Exclusive Economic Zone – Flag State Obligations in the Context of the Primary Responsibility of the Coastal State

93. An Excerpt from the Upcoming Book - Borderless Wars: Civil-Military Disorder and Legal Uncertainty

94. Full Issue: Emerging Domains of Security

95. Conflict in Cyberspace: How International Legal Norms Can Reduce Military Escalation in Cyberspace

96. The 21st-Century Belligerent's Trilemma

97. A Short History of International Humanitarian Law

98. Is Treaty Interpretation an Art or a Science? International Law and Rational Decision Making

99. Shining Cities on the Hill? The Global City, Climate Change, and International Law

100. International Law and Global Justice: On Recent Inquiries into the Dark Side of Economic Globalization