EJIL: The Podcast! Episode 20: Disordering International Law

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Much of international law is about ordering. But in her article in EJIL issue 33(3), Michelle Staggs Kelsall calls for the disordering of international law. This is not an appeal to create more chaos in the world – there seems to be plenty of it. It is an invitation to open up new ways of thinking about and in international law. Tune in to her discussion with Luis EslavaAndrea Bianchi and podcast host Sarah Nouwen, to learn … and unlearn.

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