Theory and Practice of Public International Law publishes high-quality and original pieces of research on the multifaceted relations between theory and practice in international law. It covers a broad variety of topical issues which are particularly prominent for both academics and practitioners. This notably includes State and non-State actors, human rights, collective security, peaceful settlement of disputes, environment, the history of international law as well as its normative and philosophical foundations. The ultimate objective of the Series is to promote a better understanding of general international law and a thorough analysis of the main challenges associated with its implementation.
Philip G. Alston, New York University School of Law
Anthony Carty, University of Hong Kong
Pierre-Marie Dupuy, Graduate Institute of International Studies
Anne Peters, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law
Steven R. Ratner, University of Michigan
William A. Schabas, Middlesex University