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Netherlands Yearbook of International Law 2018

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Contents:
Populism and International Law: What Backlash
and Which Rubicon? /
Janne E. Nijman and Wouter G. Werner
Trump, International Trade and Populism /Lukasz Gruszczynski and Jessica Lawrence                                                            
Populist Paranoia and International Law / Aaron Fichtelberg
Is There a PopulistInternational Law (in Latin America)?Alejandro Rodiles
Populism, International Law and the End of Keep Calm  and Carry on Lawyering / Christine Schwöbel-Patel                     
People, Politics and Populismin International Criminal Law: The Mungiki as Kenyan Ethnos and Kenyan Demos /   Edwin Bikundo     
Populism and Human Rights /Veronika Bílková
Reclaiming the Keys to the Kingdom (of the World): Evangelicals and Human Rights in Latin America / Rene Urueña
Addressing Economic Populism Through Law A Case Study of the World Development Report 2017 / Lys Kulamadayil
 Climate Action as Positive Human Rights Obligation: The Appeals  Judgment in Urgenda v the Netherlands / Laura Burgers and Tim Staal
Pursuing Justice for MH17: The Role of the Netherlands /Marieke de Hoon
What a Drag(net): Dutch Surveillance Laws in the Light of European Union Data Protection Law / Mistale Taylor


 
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