Article Archive for January 2013
The International Journal of Transitional Justice invites submissions for its 2013 Special Issue titled ‘The role of international criminal justice in transitional justice.’ The deadline for submissions is 1 March 2013. For further details click below.
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International Law in a Multipolar World, American Society of International Law, 107th Annual Meeting, Washington D.C. April 3 – 6, 2013
Early Bird Discounts End January 31, 2013 – Click here for full details and to register.
With over a century of tradition and experience behind it, the American Society of International Law’s Annual Meeting has become the most important gathering in the field of international law.
More than 1,200 practitioners, academics, and students travel to Washington, DC, each spring from all over the world to debate …
This is Security Council Report’s second Cross-Cutting Report on the Rule of Law. The entire report can be downloaded in PDF.
Even before the rule of law has become integral to the peacekeeping and peacebuilding efforts of the Security Council, the issue of accountability for serious human rights violations and international crimes has appeared regularly in the rhetoric of the Council. Transitioning from discourse to …
The European Consortium of Political Research will hold its 2013 General Conference in Bordeaux, France.
One panel is “OBSTACLES OF CITIZENSHIP”
This panel explores why individuals decide not to participate in politics broadly conceived. It asks why citizens find it difficult to or choose not to become involved in a variety of citizenship practices, including (but not limited to) voting, joining political parties, unions and non-governmental organizations, …