NYU Journal of International Law and Politics

NYU Journal of International Law and Politics Founded in 1968 with the aid of a Ford Foundation Grant, the New York University Journal of International Law and Politics (JILP) features articles on international legal topics by leading scholars and practitioners, as well as notes, case comments, and book annotations written by Journal members.
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JILP readers include students, scholars, practitioners, and policymakers in more than sixty countries around the world. JILP publishes four issues per year on diverse topics in both public and private international law. Recent issues have included articles on international human rights law, privatization in Eastern Europe and Latin America, international aspects of intellectual property law, the future of nationalism, and asset securitization in Japan. The Journal attracts some of the leading scholars and practitioners in their fields. Recent contributors include: Sandra Day O’Connor, Mohammed Bedjaoui, Stephen M. Schwebel, Jagdish N. Bhagwati, Robert Hudec, Shimon Peres, Kofi Annan, and three Justices from the Constitutional Court of South Africa: Arthur Chaskalson, Richard Goldstone, and Albie Sachs.

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We are thrilled to officially announce our newest class of Staff and Graduate Editors. Please joins us in welcoming them...
08/26/2020

We are thrilled to officially announce our newest class of Staff and Graduate Editors. Please joins us in welcoming them all to JILP!

Volume 52.2 of the Journal of International Law & Politics is (finally) available on our website! Many thanks to our con...
07/20/2020
Volume 52 – NYU JILP

Volume 52.2 of the Journal of International Law & Politics is (finally) available on our website! Many thanks to our contributors for their patience and understanding. Check it out here: https://www.nyujilp.org/print-edition/volume-52/

Volume 52 Volume 52 (2019-2020) Volume 52, Number 2 – Winter 2020 ARTICLES Sara L. Ochs, A Renewed Call for Hybrid Tribunals, 52 N.Y.U. J. Int’l L. & Pol. 351 (2020). Enrico Partiti, Trust and Global Governance: Ensuring Trustworthiness of Transnational Private Regulators, 52 N.Y.U. J. Int’l...

Although the printing of JILP Volume 52.2 is currently delayed due to COVID-19 precautions, we are excited to share the ...
05/27/2020
Online Forum – NYU JILP

Although the printing of JILP Volume 52.2 is currently delayed due to COVID-19 precautions, we are excited to share the issue's corresponding online annotations, written by our very own Julia Brooks, Hao-Kai Pai, and Charlotte Verdon. Find their engaging works here: https://www.nyujilp.org/online-forum/

J.I.L.P. Online Forum Volume 52 (2019-2020) Articles & Notes Volume 52 – Winter–Spring 2020 ARTICLES Antonio Cárdenas-Arriola & Tania Manzur, Corruption in Mexico: A Threat to the Rule of Law, 52 J. Int’l L. & Pol. Online Forum, Winter–Spring 2020, at 1. NOTES Sharona Mann, Legal Challenge...

Ahead of the publication of Volume 52's symposium-themed print issue later this year, we are excited to announce not onl...
03/07/2020
Online Forum – NYU JILP

Ahead of the publication of Volume 52's symposium-themed print issue later this year, we are excited to announce not only the first publication on the N.Y.U. Journal of International Law & Politics Online Forum from Volume 52, but the Journal's first Online Forum article explicitly tied to our annual symposium! This year’s 25th annual symposium, Shifting Tides: Recent Developments in Latin America and the Rule of Law, was an immense success, and we are thrilled to memorialize it both in print and on our Online Forum. The article, Corruption in Mexico: A Threat to the Rule of Law, was co-authored by Antonio Cárdenas-Arriola, whom we were honored to host as a panelist at our symposium, and Tania Manzur. You can read the article on our Online Forum here: https://www.nyujilp.org/online-forum/

J.I.L.P. Online Forum Volume 52 (2019-2020) Online Articles & Notes Volume 52 – Winter–Spring 2020 ARTICLES Antonio Cárdenas-Arriola & Tania Manzur, Corruption in Mexico: A Threat to the Rule of Law, 52 J. Int’l L. & Pol. Online Forum, Winter–Spring 2020, at 1. Online Annotations The NYU Jo...

We are delighted to announce the new Editorial Board of the N.Y.U. Journal of International Law & Politics for Volume 53...
02/03/2020

We are delighted to announce the new Editorial Board of the N.Y.U. Journal of International Law & Politics for Volume 53 (2020-2021). Please join us in congratulating our editors as they start their new roles!

The N.Y.U. Journal of International Law & Politics is excited to introduce a new component of the Journal: online annota...
01/27/2020
Online Forum

The N.Y.U. Journal of International Law & Politics is excited to introduce a new component of the Journal: online annotations, short essays written by our own staff editors published on the Online Forum. We are also excited to unveil our Volume 52, Issue 1 online annotations, published in conjunction with our print edition of 52.1 and available now on the Online Forum! See the fantastic work of our staff editors here: http://nyujilp.org/online-forum/. You can also find the insightful and impressive articles, notes, and book annotations of our print edition of 52.1 here: http://nyujilp.org/print-edition/volume-52/.

J.I.L.P. Online Forum Volume 52 (2019-2020) Online Annotations The NYU Journal of International Law & Politics is excited to introduce a new component of the Journal: online annotations, short essays written by our own staff editors published on the Online Forum. Traditionally, the Journal of Intern...

The N.Y.U. Journal of International Law & Politics is thrilled to host our 25th annual symposium, which will take place ...
10/09/2019

The N.Y.U. Journal of International Law & Politics is thrilled to host our 25th annual symposium, which will take place tomorrow! This year's symposium, Shifting Tides: Recent Developments in Latin America and the Rule of Law, will analyze the current state of the rule of law in Latin America. The panels will feature top Latin American political analysts, experienced legal practitioners, and representatives of international organizations working throughout the region.
We hope to see all of you there!
You can RSVP here: https://nyu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0ufMNe0arVW7thX

We are thrilled to announce the new Editorial Board for  2019-2020. Please join us in congratulating our editors as they...
02/04/2019

We are thrilled to announce the new Editorial Board for 2019-2020. Please join us in congratulating our editors as they start their new roles.

Registration is now open for the "24th Gelatt Dialogue on the Rule of Law in East Asia" hosted on November 19, 2018 by o...
10/26/2018
Gelatt Dialogue: East Asia, America & International Law

Registration is now open for the "24th Gelatt Dialogue on the Rule of Law in East Asia" hosted on November 19, 2018 by our colleagues at the U.S.-Asia Law Institute. This year's dialogue explores the theme of “East Asia and International Law,” and marks the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

The list of expert panelists – including Judge Hisashi Owada, Former President of the International Court of Justice – and reservation information is available at the link below. Reserve your spot now!

https://usali.org/events/gelatt-dialogue-2018

Exploring the theme of “East Asia and International Law,” this event marks the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration  of Human Rights and will also assess the roles of international legal institutions in dispute resolution, including issues relating to the East and South China Seas.

We are proud to announce and welcome our new Staff Editors, Class of 2020. Congratulations!
07/03/2018

We are proud to announce and welcome our new Staff Editors, Class of 2020. Congratulations!

05/11/2014
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On Tuesday, May 13th and Wednesday May 14th, NYU JILP, in collaboration with Opinio Juris, will be hosting an online symposium around Jedidiah Kroncke's article from Vol 46, No. 1: Property Rights, Labor Rights and Democratization: Lessons From China and Experimental Authoritarians. Professors Cynthia Estlund, Eva Pils, and John K. Ohnesorge will be offering their comments in response to the piece. Join us!!

http://nyujilp.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/46.1-Kroncke.pdf

The Winter issue of Volume 46 is now available online! This issue features pieces by Justin A. Fraterman on U.S. Materia...
05/05/2014
Print Edition | NYU Journal of International Law and Politics

The Winter issue of Volume 46 is now available online! This issue features pieces by Justin A. Fraterman on U.S. Material Support for Terrorism Laws and International Humanitarian Law and Patricia L. Judd on the TRIPS Balloon Effect. Check it out: http://nyujilp.org/print-edition/#46

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Join us on October 24th, 2013 for a day-long symposium on "The Function of Judges and Arbitrators in International Law" ...
10/07/2013
The Function of Judges and Arbitrators in International Law (Oct. 24, 2013) | NYU Journal of...

Join us on October 24th, 2013 for a day-long symposium on "The Function of Judges and Arbitrators in International Law" hosted by NYU JILP and PluriCourts: Centre of Excellence at the Faculty of Law of the University of Oslo. See http://nyujilp.org/symposia/tug-of-war/ for more information.

Click here to register: http://nyulaw.imodules.com/internationallawsymposium

Hope to see you there!

The NYU Journal of International Law and Politics and PluriCourts: Centre of Excellence at the Faculty of Law of the University of Oslo, along with the NYU Institute for International Law and Justice, the NYU International Law Society, and the NYU International Arbitration Association cordially invi...

The conversation post-Kiobel continues! 3L student Carey Shenkman compares the split opinion in Kiobel to that in Branzb...
04/19/2013
Earlier Supreme Court Jurisprudence Shows Hope Not Lost for Those Seeking Corporate Accountability i

The conversation post-Kiobel continues! 3L student Carey Shenkman compares the split opinion in Kiobel to that in Branzburg v. Hayes and sees reason to hope that the Alien Tort Statute will remain a useful tool for international human rights litigants.

http://nyujilp.org/earlier-supreme-court-jurisprudence-shows-hope-not-lost-for-those-seeking-corporate-accountability-in-u-s-courts/

Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court set a deeply alarming precedent in its decision in Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum, holding in substance 5-4 that the presumption against extraterritoriality defends corporations from being held accountable for human rights abuses like torture, rape, and murder comm...

3L Joseph Rome on the recently-decided Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum opinion.  http://nyujilp.org/r-i-p-a-t-s-how-much...
04/17/2013
R.I.P. A.T.S.? How much of the Alien Tort Statute survives the Supreme Court’s Kiobel Decision? | NY

3L Joseph Rome on the recently-decided Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum opinion.

http://nyujilp.org/r-i-p-a-t-s-how-much-of-the-alien-tort-statute-survives-the-supreme-courts-kiobel-decision/

This morning, the Supreme Court dismissed the human rights claims of a group of Nigerian nationals against Royal Dutch Petroleum (Shell) under the Alien Tort Statute (A.T.S.) in a 9-0 decision, though the justices split 5-4 as to the reasoning. For the original opinion, see: Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Pe...

Graduate Editor, Yelena E. Archiyan, recently wrote a piece about the unilateral option clause in Russian arbitration. T...
04/10/2013
Fate of the Unilateral Option Clause Finally Decided in Russia | NYU Journal of International Law a

Graduate Editor, Yelena E. Archiyan, recently wrote a piece about the unilateral option clause in Russian arbitration. To read her post, Fate of the Unilateral Option Clause Finally Decided in Russia, please visit the JILP Online Forum.

For years, arbitration courts in Russia have upheld over and over again the validity of the so called unilateral option clause (“UOC”). But everything changed on June 19, 2012, when the Presidium[1] of the highest arbitration court of the Russian Federation[2] held in Russian Telephone Company v. So...

The NYU Journal of International Law and Politics is proud to once again partner with Opinio Juris for an online symposi...
04/05/2013
Opinio Juris

The NYU Journal of International Law and Politics is proud to once again partner with Opinio Juris for an online symposium around Jenia Iontcheva Turner’s article, Policing International Prosecutors. Over the next two days on April 4th & 5th, a number of scholars will be responding to Professor Turner’s article that was published in our Volume 45, No. 1 issue.

To follow that dialogue, please visit to Opinio Juris.

The top Swedish prosecutor pursuing sexual assault charges against Julian Assange has abruptly left the case and one of Mr Assange’s accusers has sacked her lawyer.

JILP Seeking L.L.M. Graduate Editors
08/20/2012
JILP Seeking L.L.M. Graduate Editors

JILP Seeking L.L.M. Graduate Editors

JILP is currently soliciting applications for membership on the journal from NYU LL.M. students. Those who are accepted will be “Graduate Editors” on JILP, and will be responsible for three hours per week of office hours and for fulfilling other … Continue reading →

NYU’s Journal of International Law and Politics transformed into a peer reviewed journal
08/17/2012
NYU’s Journal of International Law and Politics transformed into a peer reviewed journal

NYU’s Journal of International Law and Politics transformed into a peer reviewed journal

The Editorial Board is excited to announce that the NYU’s Journal of International Law and Politics (JILP) is transforming from a purely student edited journal into a peer reviewed journal in which all leading articles will henceforth be selected with … Continue reading →

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