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Editor-in-Chief Alex J. Bellamy, Sara E. Davies and Luke Glanville

Global Responsibility to Protect is the premier journal for the study and practice of the responsibility to protect (R2P). This journal seeks to publish the best and latest research on the R2P principle, its development as a new norm in global politics, its operationalization through the work of governments, international and regional organizations and NGOs, and finally, its relationship and applicability to past and present cases of genocide and mass atrocities including the global response to those cases. Global Responsibility to Protect also serves as a repository for lessons learned and analysis of best practices; it will disseminate information about the current status of R2P and efforts to realize its promise. Each issue contains research articles and at least one piece on the practicalities of R2P, be that the current state of R2P diplomacy or its application in the field.

Global Responsibility to Protect promotes a universal understanding of R2P and efforts to realize it, through encouraging critical debate and diversity of opinion, and to acquaint a broad readership of scholars, practitioners, students and analysts with the principle and its operationalization.

Global Responsibility to Protect seeks insights and approaches from every region of the world that might contribute to understanding, operationalizing and applying R2P in practice.

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The International Organizations Law Review is a peer-reviewed journal that only publishes articles that have passed through an anonymous review process.

After the Second World War, the law of international organizations developed as a separate, but not separable, discipline within the sphere of public international law. The International Organizations Law Review functions as a discussion forum for both academics and practitioners active in this discpline. The Review offers two foci: one based in the world of scholarship and the other in the world of practice. Academic scholarship offered in the Review will focus on general and theoretical developments in international institutional law, while practitioner views offer a forum to identify and discuss legal developments within existing international organizations.

Papers for consideration or proposals for special issues should be addressed to Professor Niels Blokker ( n.m.blokker@law.leidenuniv.nl), or Professor Ramses Wessel ( r.a.wessel@utwente.nl).

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Edited by Boris Kondoch and Harvey Langholtz

The Journal of International Peacekeeping is devoted to reporting upon and analyzing international peacekeeping with an emphasis upon legal and policy issues, but is not limited to these issues. Topics include inter alia peacekeeping, peace, war, conflict resolution, diplomacy, international law, international security, humanitarian relief, humanitarian law, and terrorism. The journal is of scholarly quality but is not narrowly theoretical. It provides the interested public - diplomats, civil servants, politicians, the military, academics, journalists, and NGO employees - with an up-to-date source of information on peacekeeping, enabling them to keep abreast of the most important developments in the field. Peacekeeping is treated in a pragmatic light, seen as a form of international military cooperation for the preservation or restoration of international peace and security. Attention is focused not only on UN peacekeeping operations, but other missions as well.

The Journal of International Peacekeeping is the continuation of the journal and yearbook International Peacekeeping, founded in 1994.

Authors are cordially invited to submit articles to the journal editors Boris Kondoch and Harvey Langholtz, and books for review to the Associate Editor Alexander Orakhelashvili.

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For more information visit also the journal’s website International Peacekeeping.org.
More information on the yearbook can be found on International Peacekeeping.

Back Volumes (before 2009)

12. International Peacekeeping. The Yearbook of International Peace Operations volume 12
Edited by Harvey Langholtz, Boris Kondoch and Alan Wells.

11. International Peacekeeping. The Yearbook of International Peace Operations volume 11
Edited by Harvey Langholtz, Boris Kondoch and Alan Wells.

10. International Peacekeeping. The Yearbook of International Peace Operations volume 10
Edited by Harvey Langholtz, Boris Kondoch and Alan Wells.

9. International Peacekeeping. The Yearbook of International Peace Operations volume 9
Edited by Harvey Langholtz, Boris Kondoch and Alan Wells.

Editor-in-Chief Prof. Ming Wang

Volume 2.1 is now available free online for a limited time! Follow the link to the online edition below to view the articles.
In the course of China’s transition from a planned to a market economy, social governance has begun to experience a transformation from a system of regulation solely by the government to joint governance by government agencies, businesses and nonprofit organizations. As China’s social system is being redefined, Chinese nonprofits have become an important and complex force of social development and progress, comprising not only the governmental not-for-profit organizations of the old system, but also a wide array of newly-emerging social, political and civil groups.
This peer-reviewed, semiannual journal, published in Chinese by Social Sciences Academic Press (Beijing) and in English by Brill, will serve as a forum for researchers specializing in the undertakings and organization of Chinese nonprofits. The English version of the journal endeavors to make the latest scholarship on Chinese nonprofits available to a worldwide audience. Drawing on an editorial board of international scholars and researchers specializing in studies of nonprofit organizations, the journal will provide a truly independent and authoritative source of observation, analysis, theoretical thinking and policy-making advice during a time of social transition and innovation in China.
Electronic submissions should be sent to: nporeviewc@gmail.com.
Printed copies of article manuscripts should be sent to:
The China Nonprofit Review Editorial Board, NGO Research Center
Room 425, Wushunde Building, School of Public Policy and Management
Tsinghua University
Haidian, Beijing 100084
CHINA

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Editor-in-Chief Pierre Bodeau-Livinec and Freya Baetens

Prize Announcement The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals now invites submissions for the Rosalyn Higgins Prize. Submissions due by August 31, 2019. For more details click here .

The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals is firmly established as the leading journal in its field. Each issue will give you the latest developments with respect to the preparation, adoption, suspension, amendment and revision of Rules of Procedure as well as statutory and internal rules and other related matters. The Journal will also provide you with the latest practice with respect to the interpretation and application of rules of procedure and constitutional documents, which can be found in judgments, advisory opinions, written and oral pleadings as well as legal literature.

Procedural matters covered in the Journal include:
• the bench,
• representation of the parties,
• institution of contentious proceedings,
• written proceedings and related matters,
• oral proceedings,
• proceedings in chambers,
• absence of appearance,
• provisional measures of protection,
• preliminary objections,
• counterclaims,
• intervention by third States,
• discontinuance of proceedings,
• the decision,
• interpretation and revision of judgments,
• advisory proceedings,
• evidence,
• witnesses,
• experts,
• the extra-judicial function.

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