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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