EJIL: The Podcast! Episode 24: The Third World: At the Centre of International Law?

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Does the decision of the International Court of Justice with respect to Gaza illustrate the influence of Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL)? Has TWAIL perhaps become ‘mainstream’? And how germane are some of the critiques that have been levelled against TWAIL? In this 24th episode of EJIL: The Podcast!, Antony Anghie, one of TWAIL’s founders, discusses the rise and critiques of Third World Approaches to International Law with the authors of three Afterwords to his already classic EJIL Foreword ‘Rethinking International Law: A TWAIL Retrospective’Andreas von ArnauldArnulf Becker Lorca and Ratna Kapur.

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