LJIL

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LJILLeiden Journal of International Law (Netherlands)
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Interdisciplinarity." Leiden Journal of International Law 26, no.
"The disciplines of international law and policy." Leiden Journal of International Law 12, no.
(27.) What is more, and speaking from my own experience, it might even make interdisciplinary dialogue easier than communication within (meta)theoretically diverse disciplines like International Relations and International Law (see Tanja Aalberts, "The Politics of International Law and the Perils and Promises of Interdisciplinarity" (2013) 26 Leiden Journal of International Law 503).
(2006) 19 Leiden Journal of International Law 579-610.
(52) ERIKA DE WET, "The Emergence of International and Regional Value Systems as a Manifestation of the Emerging International Constitutional Order", 19 Leiden Journal of International Law (2006), pp.
(48.) Andrea Gattini, 'The Dispute on Jurisdictional Immunities before the ICJ: Is the Time Ripe for a Change of the Law?' (2011) 24 Leiden journal of International Law 173.
"Orientalism and International Law: The Middle East as the Underclass of the International Legal Order." Leiden Journal of International Law, vol.
LEIDEN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, September 2011 (Vol.
(4) Darryl Robinson, "The Identity Crisis of International Criminal Law," Leiden Journal of International Law 21 (2008), pp.
Leiden Journal of International Law 545; for an approach derived from