The King’s Student Law Review’s joint issue with Strife:
Strife is a biannual, peer-reviewed academic publication created and managed by researchers from the Department of War Studies, King’s College London. As the two leading student-edited and peer-reviewed academic periodicals at King’s College London, the KSLR and Strife are pleased to announce the joint publication of a new edition under the overarching theme of ‘Law and War’. This joint edition is to be published on an annual basis.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our second joint edition:
KSLR- Strife Joint Issue II (2019)
Sotiris Paphitis – ‘Responsibility to Protect’: A Doctrine Dead at its Infancy?
KSLR- Strife Joint Issue I (2018)
Fahrid Chishty – Reconfiguring the War Prerogative: How Executive-Legislative Tensions Continue to Determine, and Obscure, the Legal Basis on Which Armed Forces are Deployed to Overseas Conflicts under the UK Constitution
Richard W Miller – Rogue State is not ‘OK’: A Critique of an American Usage
Amit Anand & Preethi Lolaksha Nagaven – Covert Drone Strikes and the Rules on Targeting: Obama’s Troubling Legacy
The King’s Student Law Review’s Conference Issue in Partnership with Early Professionals/Academics Network of the Society of International Economic Law
On 30 and 31 May 2019, the 8th Conference of the Postgraduate and Early Professionals/Academics Network (PEPA) of the Society of International Economic Law (SIEL) took place in London, organised in collaboration with the King’s College London Forum on International Dispute Resolution. This autumn, the KSLR published selected papers from this conference:
1 PEPA/SIEL KSLR Conference Edition (2019)
Magali Favaretto Prieto Fernandes – The Rise of ‘Regulatory Coherence’ in Brazil: From OECD Inspired Reforms to Foreign Trade Policy
Dáire McCormack-George – Trade is War, and ‘War is Peace’: Reflections on International Economic Law in Challenging Times
Stephanie Papazoglou – ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of ISDS Reforms’: Rebalancing the System?