Our third issue of the journal is now available.
Scholars and practitioners of law, international relations and politics express their grave concern over the integrity of the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.
The panel will examine how the destruction of hospitals and the healthcare system has become a key strategy of Israel in its assault on Gaza. We aim to address both the urgency of the current conditions and to consider Israeli control over Palestinian healthcare in Gaza over the longer durée.
As part of the Publishers for Palestine initiative, TWAILR is proud to release an ebook collection of writings on Palestine that we have published since we started the journal four years ago.
On this International Day for Solidarity with the Palestinian people, this panel unites six international law scholars to discuss the strategies and tactics of solidarity for Palestine today and what we can learn from the legacies of Edward W Said.
Ardi Imseis discusses his new book on ‘The United Nations and the Question of Palestine: Rule by Law and the Structure of International Legal Subalternity’ with John Reynolds of the TWAIL Review editorial collective.
The TWAIL Review is proud to be part of Publishers for Palestine – a global solidarity collective of more than 300 publishers who stand for justice, freedom of expression, and the power of the written word in solidarity with the people of Palestine.
This discussion panel brings together a group of legal scholars and activists to share their reflections, experiences, and strategies for responding to the question of Palestine and what global solidarity looks like (and might look like) in the midst of current horrifying developments – while remaining attentive to how this conversation takes place in a context of ongoing settler-colonial dispossession. Attention will be given to pertinent proceedings before the International Court of Justice, as well as relevant petitions filed with the International Criminal Court.
Amanda Byer emphasizes that small island developing states are so much more than ‘mere mascots for the climate crisis’. Through her exploration of diverse complex people-place relations across the Caribbean, Byer articulates the importance of spatial justice and its elemental implications for international law.
Ata R. Hindi: International law is dead. So, we gather here for the dearly departed.
في هذه المحاضرة تقدم الدكتورة شهد الحموري مقدمة لأهم المسائل المتعلقة بفلسطين والقانون الدولي من خلال مناقشة القضايا المعروضة أمام المحكمة الجنائية الدولية ومحكمة العدل الدولية