Key publications

E. Mak & H.S. Taekema (2016). The European Union’s Rule of Law Agenda: Identifying Its Core and Contextualizing Its Application.  Hague Journal on the Rule of Law, 8 (1), 25-50. 

H.S. Taekema (2017). The many uses of law. Interactional law as a bridge between instrumentalism and law's values. In N Roughan & A Halpin (Eds.), In Pursuit of Pluralist Jurisprudence (pp. 116-135). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

W. van der Burg (2016). The Emerging Interactionist Paradigm and the Ideals of Democracy and Rule of Law. In B. van Klink, B. van Beers & L. Poort (Eds.), Symbolic Legislation Theory and Developments in Biolaw(Legisprudence Library) (pp. 37-53). Dordrecht: Springer

Jeff Handmaker, Karin Arts  (Eds) Mobilising International Law for 'Global Justice', Cambridge University Press, Forthcoming (Order the book here

A. Arcuri (2017). Is CETA keeping up with the promise? Interpreting certain provisions relating to BiotechnologyQuestions of International Law, 2017 (July), 35-58.

K. Arts, A. Tamo & Y. Xu (2017). The Right to Development in International Law: New Momentum Thirty Years Down the LineChinese Review of International Law, 26-46.

K. Arts (2017). Inclusive Sustainable Development: A Human Rights PerspectiveCurrent Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 24, 58-62. 

K.I. Bhatt (2018). A post-colonial legal approach to the Chagos case and the (dis)application of land rights normsInternational Journal of Law in Context, 2018 (x). 

K. Henrard, ‘How the ECtHR’s use of European Consensus modulates the effective protection of fundamental rights: balancing mandate, legitimacy concerns and epistemological uncertainty’, to be published in 2019 by Cambridge University Press in a volume entitled Building Consensus on European Consensus, edited by Panos Kapotas and Vassilis Tsevelekos.

K. Henrard, ‘Duties of reasonable accommodation on grounds of religion in the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights: A tale of (baby) steps forward and missed opportunities’, 14:4 ICON 2016, 23 p.

K. Henrard, ‘How the European Court of Human Rights’ concern regarding European consensus tempers the effective protection of freedom of religion’, Oxford Journal of Law and Religion 2015, 1-23.

E. Hey (2015). The interaction between human rights and the environment in the European 'Aarhus space'. In A Grear & L.J. Kotzé (Eds.), Research Handbook on Human Rights and the Environment (pp. 353-378). Cheltenham: Edwar Elgar.

J.D. Temperman (2017). “‘Mother of God, Drive Putin Away’: On Blasphemy and Activist Art in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights”. In Temperman, J.D. & Koltay, A. (Ed.), Blasphemy and Freedom of Expression: Comparative, Theoretical and Historical Reflections after the Charlie Hebdo Massacre (pp. 294-314). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

J.D. Temperman (2016). Religious Hatred and International Law. The Prohibition of Incitement to Violence or Discrimination (Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

N.T. Ali (2018). Regulatory Counter-Terrorism: A Critical Appraisal of Proactive Global Governance.  (Politics of Transnational Law series). Abingdon: Routledge.

K.I. Bhatt (2018) Does India’s Draft Mineral Policy Recognize and Implement Public Trust over Mineral Resources and Intergenerational Equity? Business and Human Rights Journal. 

G. Bisharat, J.D. Handmaker, G. Karmi & A. Tartir (2018). Mobilizing International Law in the Palestinian Struggle for Justice. Global Jurist, 18 (3), 1-6. 

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