Book chapter by Andreas Føllesdal published in International Legal - Theories: Foundations and Frontiers (Dunoff, J and Pollock, M 2022)
Article published by Runar Hilleren Lie in German Law Journal
Proceedings of the Conference on inter-state cases co-organised by PluriCourts under the aegis of the German Presidency of the Committee of Ministers at the Council of Europe.
Article by Øyvind Stiansen published in the Journal of Politics
Book chapter by Andreas Føllesdal in Protecting Community Interests through International Law (Zyberi 2021)
Book chapter by Geir Ulfstein in: Jacques Hartmann and Urfan Khaliq (eds.) The Achievements of International Law: Essays in Honour of Robin Churchill
Book chapter co-published by Freya Baetens in: S.P. Morris [Ed.] The League of Nations and the Development of International Law: A New Intellectual History of the Advisory Committee of Jurists (Routledge 2021).
Book section by Freya Baetens on CETA article 8,21 in M. Bungenberg and A. Reinisch [Eds.] CETA: A Commentary (Nomos 2021)
Article by Andreas Føllesdal in Review of Social Economy
Article by Andreas Føllesdal in Global Constitutionalism Vol. 10(1)
Article by Geir Ulfstein in Global Constitutionalism Vol. 10(1)
Book chapter by Andreas Føllesdal in Dirk Ehlers & Henning Glaser (ed.), State and Religion: Between Conflict and Cooperation (Baden Baden, Nomos, 2020)
Article by Andreas Føllesdal in Journal of Social Philosophy
Article by Nicola Strain published in Melbourne Journal of International Law.
New article by Andreas Føllesdal in Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy.
New article by Daniel Naurin and Andreas Hofmann in Governance.
Who is the judge, is the question asked in this book, edited by Professor of Public International Law at PluriCourts, Freya Baetens.
Chapter written by professor and director at PluriCourts, Geir Ulfstein, and emeritus professor at the University of Dundee, Robin Churchill.
Chapter written by professor and director at PluriCourts, Geir Ulfstein.