Forthcoming Issue

Vol. 63 (2020) of the German Yearbook of International Law will examine a diverse range of issues arising from the many crises facing contemporary global society. The forum section of the yearbook will reflect on critical questions relating to rescue operations in the Mediterranean, whilst the forum section includes a number of insightful articles exploring the autonomies of minorities, and their relationship to statehood in international law and politics. In the general articles section, authors will address a diverse range of legal questions relating to institutions such as the Security Council and the International Criminal Court, and interrogate serious problems such as climate change and state responsibility through unique and unexpected lenses and case studies.