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1. International law as a belief system

2. Justification and excuse in international law : concept and theory of general defences

3. Self-determination in disputed colonial territories

4. Legal consequences of peremptory norms in international law

5. Third-party countermeasures in international law

6. Beyond human rights : the legal status of the individual in international law

7. Exclusion from public space : a comparative constitutional analysis

8. Humanity at sea : maritime migration and the foundations of international law

9. Provisional measures before international courts and tribunals

10. Static and evolutive treaty interpretation : a functional reconstruction

11. The doctrine of odious debt in international law

12. The formation and identification of rules of customary international law in international investment

13. The new entrants problem in international fisheries law

14. Armed conflict and displacement : the protection of refugees and displaced persons under international humanitarian law

15. Civil liability in Europe for terrorism-related risk

16. Climate change litigation : regulatory pathways to cleaner energy

17. Cooperation in the law of transboundary water resources

18. International law and governance of natural resources in conflict and post-conflict situations

19. Proof of causation in tort law

20. Proportionality and deference in investor-state arbitration : balancing investment protection and regulatory autonomy

21. Reducing genocide to law : definition, meaning, and the ultimate crime

22. Religious hatred and international law : the prohibition of incitement to violence or discrimination

23. Taking economic, social and cultural rights seriously in international criminal law

24. The crime of aggression under the Rome statute of the International Criminal Court

25. Cyber warfare and the laws of war