Ana Luisa Bernardino

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Ana Luísa Bernardino is a PhD candidate in International Law at the Geneva Graduate Institute, and an Associate Editor of the European Journal of International Law.

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The Articles section opens with a contribution by Stewart Manley, Pardis Moslemzadeh Tehrani, and Rajah Rasiah on the non-use of African Law by the International Criminal Court. The authors argue that the ICC should be more open to citing materials from Africa and other countries of the Global South, especially, but not only, when it identifies general principles.

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EJIL’s year-long symposium ‘Re-Theorizing International Organizations Law’ continues in this issue with two articles that put the spotlight on thinkers of international organizations law beyond the usual suspects. Kehinde Olaoye introduces Samuel K.B. Asante’s academic writings and experience as an international civil servant in a now-defunct UN unit specializing in transnational corporations. Olaoye takes Asante’s intellectual and professional…

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In This Issue

This issue of EJIL opens with a call to disorder international law. Michelle Staggs Kelsall invites international lawyers to let go of liberal vocabularies and reframe how the international legal order is constituted by conceiving of norms, conventions and principles with reference to a multiplicity of spatial and temporal orders. The next article, by contrast, aims to bring…

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