Information on the
For a detailed project outline see:
Heike Krieger & Georg Nolte, "The International Rule of Law - Rise or Decline? - Points of Departure"
Articles and book chapters
Noora Arajärvi, “The Rule of Law in the 2030 Agenda”, Hague Journal on the Rule of Law (2017) 1–31.
Heike Krieger, “The Conference of International Non-Governmental Organisations of the Council of Europe”, in: Stefanie Schmahl, and Marten Breuer (eds.), The Council of Europe: Its Law and Policies, OUP 2017, 314 – 344.
Jutta Brunnée, “Chapter 2: Climate Change and International Law”, “Chapter 3: Treaty-Based Lawmaking: Rules, Tools and Techniques”, and “Chapter 9: Interactions between International Climate Change Law and other Areas of International Law”, in: Daniel Bodansky, Jutta Brunnée, and Lavanya Rajamani, International Climate Change Law, OUP 2017.
Congyan Cai , “Enforcing a New National Security? China's National Security Law and International Law”, 10 (1) Journal of East Asia and International Law (2017), 65-89.
Andrew Hurrell, “Can the Study of Global Governance be De-Centred?”, in: Anna Triandafyllidou ed., Global Governance from Regional Perspectives, OUP 2017, 25-44.
Felix Lange, "Between Systematization and Expertise for Foreign Policy - The Practice-Oriented Approach in Germany's International Legal Scholarship” (1920 - 1980)", 28 (2) EJIL (2017), 535-558.
Matthew Stephen, “Emerging Powers and Emerging Trends in Global Governance”, 23 (3) Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations (2017), 483-502.
Noora Arajärvi, “The Requisite Rigour in the Identification of Customary International Law: A Look at the Reports of the Special Rapporteur of the International Law Commission”, 19 (2) International Community Law Review (2017), 9-46, available here.
Maurice Kamto, "The Status of Municipal Law before the World Court in the Light of Recent Cases", in: Tiyanjana Maluwa, Max du Plessis, and Dire Tladi (eds.), The Pursuit of a Brave New World in International Law: Essays in Honour of John Dugard, Brill 2017, 212-233, available here.
Noora Arajärvi, “From the ‘Demands of Humanity’: The Formulation of Opinio Juris in Decisions of International Criminal Tribunals and the Need for a Renewed Emphasis on State Practice”, in: Brian D. Lepard (ed.), Re-examining Customary International Law, Cambridge University Press 2017, 189-232.
Andrew Hurrell, “Towards the Global Study of International Relations”, 59 (2) Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional (2016), 1-18.
Heike Krieger, “Verfassung im Völkerrecht – Konstitutionelle Elemente jenseits des Staates?“, in: Veröffentlichungen der Vereinigung der Deutschen Staatsrechtslehrer (VVDStRL), Vol. 75, de Gruyter 2016, 439-472, available here.
Sienho Yee, “A Reply to Sir Michael Wood’s Response to AALCOIEG’s Work and My Report on the ILC Project on Identification of Customary International Law”, 15 Chinese JIL (2016), 33-40.
Sienho Yee, “Article 38 of the ICJ Statute and Applicable Law: selected issues in recent cases”, 7 (2) Journal of International Dispute Settlement (2016), 472-498.
Dire Tladi , “The Duty on South Africa to Arrest and Surrender President Al Bashir under South African and International Law”, 13 Journal of International Criminal Justice (2015), 1027-1047.
Dire Tladi , “The Proposed Implementing Agreement: Options for Coherence and Consistency in the Establishment of Protected Areas beyond Areas of National Jurisdiction”, The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law (2015), 654-673.
KFG Working Paper Series No. 10
Aniruddha Rajput, "Protection of Foreign Investment in India and International Rule of Law: Rise or Decline?"
KFG Working Paper Series No. 9
Noora Arajärvi, "The Rule of Law in the 2030 Agenda"
KFG Working Paper Series No. 8
Felix Lange, "Between Systematization and Expertise for Foreign Policy: The Practice-Oriented Approach in Germany’s International Legal Scholarship (1920–1980)"
KFG Working Paper Series No. 7
Georg Nolte, "The International Law Commission and Community Interests"
KFG Working Paper Series No. 6
Noora Arajärvi, "The Requisite Rigour in the Identification of Customary International Law: A Look at the Reports of the Special Rapporteur of the International Law Commission"
KFG Working Paper Series No. 5
Heike Krieger, "Rights and Obligations of Third Parties in Armed Conflicts"
KFG Working Paper Series No. 4
Andreas Buser, "Colonial Injustices and the Law of State Responsibility: The CARICOM Claim for Reparations"
KFG Working Paper Series No. 3
Angela Kane, "Abrüstungsverträge in der UNO: Chancen und Erwartungen"
KFG Working Paper Series No. 2
Balingene Kahombo, "Africa within the Justice System of the International Criminal Court: the Need for a Reform"
KFG Working Paper Series No. 1
Heike Krieger and Georg Nolte, "The International Rule of Law - Rise or Decline? - Points of Departure"
Simon Blätgen, “Can we detect paradigmatic shifts when we see them?”, Völkerrechtsblog, 6 December 2017, available here.
Malcolm Jorgensen, “China’s Rising Geolegal Sphere”, Opinio Juris, October 2017, available here.
Lavanya Rajamani, “Reflections on the US withdrawal from the Paris Climate Change Agreement”, EJIL: Talk!, June 2017, available here.
Lavanya Rajamani, “Paris climate deal: Trump is on wrong side of history, science, politics and planet”, Live Mint, 2 June 2017, available here.
Alicia Köppen and Jean d’Aspremont, “Global Reform vs Regional Emancipation: The Principles on International Investment for Sustainable Development in Africa”, EJIL Reflections Vol 6, Issue 2 (2017), available here.
Jutta Brunnée and Stephen Toope, “Whither the rule of law?”, The Globe and Mail February 9, 2017, available here.
Heike Krieger, “Trumping International Law? Implications of the 2016 US presidential election for the international legal order”, in: EJIL: Talk! (2017), available here.
Heike Krieger, “The International Rule of Law – Defying Gravity – Response to Robert McCorquodale”, in: Symposium, Opinio Iuris (2016), available here.
Jutta Brunnée,“Procedure and Substance in International Environmental Law: Confused at a Higher Level?” ESIL Reflections, July 2016; available here.
Alicia Köppen and Julien Berger, “International Law – So 90s? On periodization and the 1990s as crystallization point for contemporary International Law”, Völkerrechtsblog, April 2016, available here.