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General Section Athanasios Yupsanis Autonomy for Minorities: Definitions, Types and Status in International Law Special Section One: Law, War and New Technology Sia Spiliopoulou Akermark Old Rules and New Technology: Drones and the Demilitarisation and Neutralisation of the Aland Islands Isabella Brunner, Marija Dobric and Verena Pirker Proving a State's Involvement in a Cyber-Attack: Evidentiary Standards before the ICJ Natalia Jevglevskaja Legal Review of New Weapons: Origins of Article 36 of AP I Kenneth Kraszewski Classification of Cyber Operations under International Law Special Section Two: The Ideal of the International - Principles, Backlash and Resistance Nikolay Marin and Bilyana Manova The Rise of Nationalism and Populism in Liberal Democracies as a Challenge for Public International Law Book Reviews Edited by Tuomas Tiittala Jaanika Erne Martti Koskenniemi, Walter Rech and Manuel Jimenez Fonseca (eds), International Law and Empire. Historical Explorations Yihong Zhang Wenhua Shan and Jinyuan Su (eds), China and International Investment Law: Twenty Years of ICSID Membership David M Scott Wayne Sandholtz and Christopher A Whytock (eds), Research Handbook on the Politics of nternational Law Tuomas Tiittala William A Schabas and Shannonbrooke Murphy (eds), Research Handbook on International Courts and Tribunals New Finnish Doctoral Dissertations in International Law Paolo Amorosa The American Project and the Politics of History: James Brown Scott and the Origins of International Law Karen Knop The American Project and the Politics of History: James Brown Scott and the Origins of International Law by Paolo Amorosa, Doctoral Dissertation, University of Helsinki, 2018 Maija Dahlberg Developing the Reasoning of the European Court of Human Rights Would Improve its Judicial Legitimacy Julia Jansson The Death of the Freedom Fighter - How the Threat of Terrorism is Suffocating the Protection of Political Criminals Saskia Hufnagel and Christopher L Blakesley The Death of the Freedom Fighter - How the Threat of Terrorism is Suffocating the Protection of Political Criminals by Julia Jansson, Doctoral Dissertation, University of Helsinki, 2018 Jens Kremer The End of Freedom in Public Places? Privacy Problems Arising from Surveillance of the European Public Space Iain Cameron The End of Freedom in Public Spaces? Privacy Problems Arising from Surveillance of the European Public Space by Jens Kremer, Doctoral Dissertation, University of Helsinki, 2017 Taina Tuori From League of Nations Mandates to Decolonization: A History of the Language of Rights in International Law Jochen von Bernstorff From League of Nations Mandates to Decolonization. A History of Rights by Taina Tuori, Doctoral Dissertation, University of Helsinki, 2016
Tuomas Tiittala is a Doctoral Candidate and Research Fellow at the Erik Castren Institute of International Law and Human Rights, University of Helsinki.