segunda-feira, 6 de julho de 2015

Call for papers - Brazilian Journal of International Law

The Brazilian Journal of International Law issues a call for papers for its 2015.2 edition. The Journal abides to its usual policy of focusing on a specific theme for each issue and for the next edition, the Editorial Board has decided a return to the roots by choosing the following subject: Theory of International Law.

Articles must be sent via the journal's website ( until the 31st October 2015.

The articles will be submitted to a double blind peer review process. The following themes can be considered as general guidelines for submissions:

1. Theory of the sources of International Law
2. Jusnaturalism and Positivism: how they work in practice?
3. Methodology of International law
4. New trends in International Law (Global Administrative Law, Third-World Approach to International law...)
5. Classical theory and alternative dispute settlement mechanisms
6. International Law and the theory of Law and Economics
7. The legal personality of new actors
8. Theory of responsibility in International Law
9. Theory of reparation in International Law
10. The authority of International law
11. Is there a theory of International Law?

 The Brazilian Journal of International Law has around 26 thousand downloads per year and has the highest evaluation as per the rating of the Brazilian Ministry of Education. It is classified in the A1 category of the Ministry's rating list and is indexed on the following databases: HeinOnline, LexisNexis, NewJournal (Georgetown University), Directory of Open Access Journals, Portal periódicos CAPES, Directory of Research Journals Indexing, WorldCat. Editors Prof. Dr Marcelo Dias Varella (University Centre of Brasília) Prof. Dr Nitish Monebhurrun (University Centre of Brasília)

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