Tag Archives: public international law

A good read

The blog Opinio Juris is hosting a 3 day discussion to mark the publication of  Richard Gardiner ‘s(University College London)  book, Treaty Interpretation (OUP, 2008). [Available in the Law Library at Internat 670 G223.8a] They have invited  Isabelle van Damme (Clare College, Cambridge), Malgosia Fitzmaurice (University of London, Queen Mary), and Jan Klabbers (Helsinki) to join in  – and,… Read More »

Symposium on International Law and Justice

The Council on Foreign Relations, a nonpartisan and independent membership organization based in the US, has the goal of being “the single best website for …. searching for information and insights about international politics.” As a result, it is both a generous sharer of all its own material in various formats free online, and an… Read More »

UN’s Audiovisual Library of International Law now launched

A couple of months ago, this blog alerted you to the “imminent arrival” of an online Audiovisual Library of International Law from the UN – today, 28 October, we have had official word that it has been launched. “The website has three main parts: The Historic Archives present documents, photos, and digital film footage relating… Read More »

Recueil des Cours de L’Academie de Droit International de la Haye

Mercifully often abbreviated to RCADI or just RdC, this highly respected series from the Hague Academy of International Law is now available online within the Oxford network or VPN. The President of the Curatorium of the Academy, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, presided over the launch – see photos of the ceremony . Since the Academy’s foundation in… Read More »