the Max Weber Foundation, the German Historical Institute (GHI) in Washington DC, the American Historical Association (AHA) with the National History Center (NHC), and the German Historical Association
Call for Papers
Settlement and Unsettlement -
The Ends of World War I and their Legacies
Call for Papers: “Solidarity and the Promotion of Peace and Security” The ESIL Interest Group on Peace and Security will submit a proposal for a panel during the 13th ESIL Annual Conference in Naples (7 – 9 September 2017).
The Athens Public International Law Center (AthensPIL) of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Faculty of Law
The Athens Public International Law Center (AthensPIL) of the National and Kapodistrian
University of Athens Faculty of Law is hosting, in the context of the Investment Law Initiative, a
Colloquium on ‘International Investment Law & the Law of Armed Conflict’, which will
take place on October 5 & 6, 2017, in Athens, Greece.
Details on the submission procedure and key dates can be found at the end of this call.
An NWO-funded Vidi project of the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies at the University of Leiden
THE JUS POST BELLUM PROJECT An NWO-funded Vidi project of the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies at the University of Leiden 1 JUS POST BELLUM FINAL CONFERENCE The Hague, 29 – 30 September 2016 CALL FOR PAPERS Jus Post Bellum and the Justice of Peace Jus post bellum as a concept has gained significant attention in past decades.
The International Society for Military Law and the Law of War and Exeter Law School
CALL FOR PAPERS The International Law of Military Operations: Mapping the Field 21–23 June 2016, Exeter, United Kingdom http://www.opslaw.co.uk/conference Conference Theme Military deployments in the territory of other States are subject to a diverse range of rules under international law. In recent years, it has become increasingly common to refer to these rules as ‘operations law’ or the ‘international law of military operations’. Despite the growing popularity of the term, its meaning and utility remain uncertain.
John-Mark Iyi (University of Johannesburg) and Avitus Agbor (North-West University, Mafikeng)
CALL FOR PAPERS Seven Decades After Nuremberg: Developments in International Criminal Law and International Criminal Justice 2 CONCEPT NOTE At the conclusion of the Second World War, leading statesmen and international law experts entertained different views on what to do with the perpetrators of the atrocities in Europe and the Far East. Deliberations and concessions made resulted in the establishment of the International Military Tribunal, Nuremberg, whose Charter was annexed to the London Agreement of August 8, 1945.
As the weather finally begins to look like summer here along the coast, the University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth School of Law wishes to invite you to our Third Annual Junior Faculty Scholarship Exchange.
Pan-European Conference on International Relations
International law is traditionally understood as a juridical means for restraining violence, which disciplines the excesses of state sovereignty. As such, it is imagined as the “other” of power politics which — as human rights activists assert — speaks truth (or justice) to power. International law is both a symptom and cause of the evolution of international society as it has moved beyond power politics as the sole driving force of international affairs. Justifying political decisions in legal terms has become an integral part of foreign policy, and even a ‘key aspect of modern war’.