Raiss Tinmaung & Azeezah Kanji reflect on attending the ICJ hearing on Myanmar’s responsibility for genocide against the Rohingya people.
Souheir Edelbi reviews Carola Lingaas’ The Concept of Race in International Criminal Law (Routledge, 2019).
Catherine Connolly reflects on the use of war metaphors in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, the violence of ongoing sanctions, and the need for solidarity in the face of alienation.
A short message from the TWAIL Review editorial collective as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to unfold.
Call for short papers: we invite submissions that reflect on the challenges of teaching international law critically. We encourage our contributors to focus especially on the question of the ‘canon’ and the choice of reading materials.
Compiled by John Reynolds
Compiled by the REDIAL collective – Paola Andrea Acosta Alvarado, Laura Betancur-Restrepo, Fabia Veçoso, Amaya Álvez Marín, Enrique Prieto Rios, & Daniel Rivas-Ramírez.
Compiled by Babatunde Fagbayibo
Victor Kattan reflects on the politics of citation, and the failure of the International Criminal Court’s Prosecutor to cite Palestinian sources in a recent submission to the Court on Palestine.
Eddie Synot discusses the Uluru Statement from the Heart, which was issued in 2017 by Australia’s First Nations, the efforts to arrest the ‘tide of history’ and the responsibilities of the oppressed.