The Cambridge International Law Journal (CILJ) succeeds the Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (CJICL), which was established in 2011 at the University of Cambridge. CILJ is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal with a broad focus on international law. CILJ publishes in all areas of international law, including regional and transnational legal regimes, such as European Union Law. CILJ provides a platform for both young and well-established academics to publish outstanding research on cutting edge, highly topical international law issues alongside, and in dialogue, with each other. CILJ is well-served by an Academic Review Board made up of distinguished international law experts from around the world. Additionally, the CILJ blog and the CILJ annual conference are integral parts of the journal.
Editorial Catherine Drummond and Patrick Simon Perillo
2000–2020: twenty years later, where are we in terms of the unity of international law? Pierre-Marie Dupuy
Exploiting non-self-governing territory status: Western Sahara and the new EU/Morocco Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Agreement Stephen Allen
Attribution of cyber operations: an international law perspective on the Park Jin Hyok case Tomohiro Mikanagi and Kubo Mačák
If Mr Nottebohm had a golden passport: a study of the obligations for third countries under international law regarding citizenships-for-sale José-Miguel Bello y Villarino
Pleas of illegality and the application of domestic law in investment treaty arbitration Giorgio Risso and Anna Chiara Amato