Between Pragmatism and Predictability: Temporariness in International Law
- Abstract submissions must be between 300-500 words in length
- It should be accompanied by a short resume.
- You are required to submit your documents to [email protected].
- Any queries may be directed to the managing editor of the NYIL, Monika Ambrus at [email protected].
- Final papers to be submitted after the applicants are notified about the same.
- The final papers should be around 8,000 words.
- Abstract submission: August 15, 2013.
- Successful applicants will be notified by late August.
- Final paper submission: March 31, 2014.
- Rule of law and temporariness: how is the international rule of law affected by the existence and creation of temporary legal subjects.
- State hood state responsibility and temporariness: How is the concept of statehood and state responsibility influenced by temporariness both theoretically and in practice.
- International institutional law and temporariness: How does temporariness influence institutional law.
- ICTY and ICTR and international (criminal) law: How are the advance planning, closure or referrals made, how do they affect international law.
- Fight against terrorism and/or state of emergency and international (human rights) law: How does this temporary phenomenon affect international law in terms of law-making implementation/interpretation on the short and long term.
- Climate change and international law: what is the effect of climate change as a temporary and changing phenomenon on general international law and on specific fields of international law (e.g. human rights, criminal law, trade law, environmental law).
- Belligerent groups and temporariness in international law: What happens to laws that are adopted – possibly illegally – by an occupant, how it affects international law.