Over the past couple weeks, there has been a flurry of writing on this blog (see here, here, here and here) and elsewhere about events in Crimea/Ukraine. Oxford University Press have produced another of their ever so useful Debate Maps on Ukraine.
“The . . . index maps scholarly commentary on the legal arguments regarding the public international law (and some domestic constitutional law) aspects of the use of force in Ukraine, published in English language legal blogs and newspapers, and free content from OUP’s online services.
Use this map to review scholarly arguments and to keep track of which issues have been covered and who has said what.”
I could not recommend this Debate Map, and the other OUP maps (here, here, here), more highly. There is so much writing on topical international law issues that it can be difficult to stay abreast of what has been written, particularly over a short space of time. The Debate Map is an excellent way of doing so.