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Selection of key publications

Tanja Aalberts and Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen (2018) The changing practices of international law, 
Cambridge University Press
Maj Lervad Grasten and Ntina Tzouvala (2018) ‘The Political Economy of International Transitional Administration : Regulating Food and Farming in Kosovo and Iraq’, Contemporary Politics
Wolfgang Wagner (2018) ‘Is there a parliamentary peace? Parliamentary veto power and military interventions from Kosovo to Daesh’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations 20 (1)
Sofia Stolk (2018) ‘Imagining scenes of mass atrocity from afar: maps and landscapes at the International Criminal Court’, London Review of International Law 5 (3)
Gavin Sullivan (2017) ‘Taking on the Technicalities of International Law: Practice, Description, Critique’, American Journal of International Law [Online] 111
Merel Ekelhof (2018) ‘Lifting the Fog of Targeting: “Autonomous Weapons” and Human Control through the Lens of Military Targeting’, Naval War College Review 71 (3)
Wouter Werner, ‘Recall it again, Sam. Practices of Repetition in the Security Council’, Nordic Journal of International Law, Volume 86, Issue 2 (2017).
Britta van Beers (2017), ‘The Changing Nature of Law’s Natural Person: The Impact of Emerging Technologies on the Legal Concept of the Person’, German Law Journal, Volume 18, Issue 3.
Luigi Corrias (2016), ‘Crimes Against Humanity, Dehumanization and Rehumanization: Reading the Case of Duch with Hannah Arendt’, Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, Volume 29, Issue 2.
Geoff Gordon (2017), ‘Indicators, Rankings and the Political Economy of Academic Production in International Law’, Leiden Journal of International Law, Volume 30, Issue 2.


Alexis Galán, Marieke de Hoon and Wouter Werner (eds.), The Law of International Lawyers: Reading Martti Koskenniemi, Cambridge University Press, 2017.


Merel Ekelhof (2017), ‘Complications of a Common Language: Why it is so Hard to Talk about Autonomous Weapons’ in Journal of Conflict and Security Law.


special issue Pursuing Global Justice through International Criminal Law: Consequences and Paradoxes (guest editors: Sarah Nouwen and Wouter Werner), Journal of International Criminal Justice, volume 13(1), 2015


Wolfgang Wagner, Wouter Werner and Michal Onderco (eds), Deviance in International Relations 'Rogue States' and International Security (Palgrave Studies in International Relations, 2014) link


> Anna Leander and Tanja Aalberts (eds), 'Symposium on the Co-Constitution of Legal Expertise and International Security', Leiden Journal of International Law 25(4), 2013 (Cambridge University Press) link


> Britta van Beers, Luigi Corrias, and Wouter Werner (eds), Humanity Across International Law and Biolaw (Cambridge University Press, 2013) link


> Tanja Aalberts, Constructing Sovereignty Between Politics and Law (Routledge New International Relations series, 2012) link


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