The International Review of the Red Cross invites articles on humanitarian action and its future. Suggested topics include state sovereignty and humanitarian actors, security and changing perceptions, certification of humanitarian actors, evolving humanitarian practice, and emerging legal dimensions of humanitarian aid. The deadline to submit articles is October 3, 2011.
International Criminal Justice Review (ICJR) invites submissions for a special issue, “Cross-Cultural and International Investigations of the Victim-Offender Overlap,” edited by Dr. Wesley Jennings. Articles should focus on empirical assessments of the overlap between victims and offenders, particularly with respect to risk and protective factors. Submissions will be blind peer reviewed. The deadline for submissions
The Goettingen Journal of International Law is currently seeking submissions for its 4th International Law Essay Competition. All law students worldwide are eligible to submit a paper. This year’s topic is “The Use of Unmanned Drones in Current Conflicts as a Legal Challenge.” The best article will be published in an upcoming issue. The deadline
The Minnesota Journal of International Law now has an online companion for shorter and timely articles. Selected articles will be published on a rolling basis, after undergoing the same editorial process and cite-checking as the print journal articles. Articles should be between 1500 and 3000 words. Scholars and practitioners from all disciplines may submit articles.
The Obama administration, UN officials, and foreign leaders are asking Texas Governor Rick Perry and/or the U.S. Supreme Court to stay today’s execution of a Mexican citizen on death row in Texas for a crime he committed in 1994. At issue is not his guilt or innocence, the legality of the death penalty, or whether
The Melbourne Journal of International Law (MJIL) invites submissions for its next issue. MJIL is a peer-reviewed academic journal managed by Melbourne Law School students at the University of Melbourne and published bi-annually in June and October. MJIL’s objective is to facilitate scholarly research and critical discussion of private and public international law issues. The
The E-Commerce and Tax Law Journal invites articles by academics, practitioners and policymakers on a variety of topics, including e-commerce, electronic contracting, technology-related torts, cybercrime, privacy, Internet taxation, and international taxation. The journal accepts full-length articles, book reviews, news notes, and opinion pieces. It is published by International Business Law Services in partnership with the
The Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Rights Law (IJHRL) is an annual, peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by the Council for American Students in International Negotiations. The journal invites quality book reviews from scholars, jurists, and professionals in fields related to human rights. Book reviews may run from 1,000 to 2,500 words in length and should review
Health and Human Rights, an international journal available in print and online, is accepting submissions for a special issue on health and human rights in disasters. Articles should be between 5,000-7,000 words. Papers accepted for formal review will be sent anonymously to at least two independent referees with all authorship details removed. The Journal is
The Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (ASMEA) is currently seeking proposals for paper presentations at its 2011 annual conference, to be held on November 3-5, 2011 in Washington, D.C. Members from any discipline, tenured or untenured faculty or those otherwise affiliated with a recognized research institution, may submit proposals to