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We are proud to publish the ANZSIL Perspective. It is hoped that these Perspectives will generate discussion and contribute to thoughtful debate on major issues of international law.

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Edition 30: Editorial

Edition 30: Editorial

WELCOME to our 30th edition of ANZSIL Perspective with excellent perspectives by Karin M Frodé, Azadah Raz Mohammad and Andrea Olivares Jones on Terror in the time of Polio and COVID-19 and by Catherine Thornton and Kirsty McCruvie on the IPSIG/Law and Future of War workshop...

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EDITORIAL – Edition 29

EDITORIAL – Edition 29

WELCOME to our 29th edition of ANZSIL Perspective with an excellent perspective by Neil Boister on Trust in Translation: Diplomatic Assurances, the New Zealand Supreme Court, and Extradition to China and a book review from Tamsin Paige On Tyranny and the Global Legal Order by...

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Edition 28 Editorial

Edition 28 Editorial

WELCOME to our 28th edition of ANZSIL Perspective with an excellent contribution by Dr Jane Kelsey on the protection of Māori data sovereignty and governance in New Zealand’s negotiations of Digital Trade rules, and a book review by Dr Alison Pert of Gareth Evans’ publication...

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EDITORIAL – Edition 27

EDITORIAL – Edition 27

WELCOME to our first edition of ANZSIL Perspective for 2022.  It is a bumper edition with two fascinating articles on universal jurisdiction by Kiran Menon and Dr Melinda Rankin, and an instructive book review by Monique Cormier. As Russia launches a military invasion of...

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From Pinochet to Anwar R.

From Pinochet to Anwar R.

Non state actors, particularly witnesses and victims of atrocity crimes, have long played a critical role in holding those most responsible for crimes against humanity to account. In January this year, German judges in the Higher Regional Court of Koblenz found Anwar R., a...

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Editorial: Edition 26

Editorial: Edition 26

Many of our readers are winding down for the year with their summer reading. We hope that this edition’s Perspectives will become valued additions to your lists. This month we have Monique Cormier, John Morss and Alberto Alvarez-Jimenez. ANZSIL Perspectives has grown this year...

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Editorial: Edition 25

Editorial: Edition 25

In this edition we welcome two new members of the editorial team and two new sub-editors. You can read their profiles in this edition and online on the ANZSIL Perspective web page here. Once again, we have an excellent contribution to ANZSIL Perspective. This month’s...

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Editorial: September 2021

Editorial: September 2021

Welcome to the SEPTEMBER 2021 issue of ANZSIL Perspective. As we continue to battle with lockdown and the spread of the Delta Variant to COVID-19, I am delighted to present two excellent Perspectives on international frameworks for structural change in North Korea and a...

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Editorial: Edition 23

Editorial: Edition 23

Welcome to the JULY 2021 issue of ANZSIL Perspective. My editorial team and I hope you have been enjoying the excellent panels and presentations at the ANZSIL 2021 Conference. We are pleased to publish the latest insightful contribution to the ANZSIL Perspective . Our online...

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Editorial: Edition 22

Editorial: Edition 22

Welcome to the MAY 2021 issue of ANZSIL Perspective. My editorial team and I are pleased to publish the latest insightful contributions to the ANZSIL Perspective online platform www.anzsilperspective.com where you can find all our latest Perspectives and our archive. In...

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Edition 21: Editorial

Edition 21: Editorial

Welcome to the APRIL 2021 issue of ANZSIL Perspective. My editorial team and I are delighted by the launch in February of the ANZSIL Perspective online platform www.anzsilperspective.com where you can find all our latest Perspectives and our archive. As ANZSIL Perspecive...

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Do you accept submissions from law graduates or masters students?

Yes. ANZSIL Perspective is pleased to consider articles from authors of any background. Articles are assessed for publication in line with the submission guidelines, available here.

Are you accepting applications to join your editorial board?

ANZSIL Perspective is not currently accepting applications to join its editorial board. 

Is there a word limit for article submissions?

Articles should not exceed 1,500 words.

Is there a publication charge for accepted articles?

No. ANZSIL Perspective does not charge a submission fee or publication fee.

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