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At the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, scholars pursue research relating to basic issues and current developments in the areas of public international law, European Union law, and the constitutional and administrative law of individual states, together with numerous visiting scholars from all over the world. In its fields, our library is the largest in Europe and one of the most comprehensive in the world.

Recent Publications

Morales Antoniazzi, Mariela: Advisory Opinion OC-26/20, Denunciation of the American Convention on Human Rights and the Charter of the Organization of American States and the Consequences for State Human Rights Obligations. In: AJIL 116/2, 409-416 (2022).

Peters, Anne: The concept of international organization. In: The Cambridge Companion to International Organizations Law. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2022, 25-49 (with Angelo Golia Jr).

Wentker, Alexander: Interview: "Kriegspartei zu werden ist nicht per se verboten". In: Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, 10.05.2022, p. 17.

Skordas, Achilles: The Abraham Accords and the Economic Dimension of Peace in the Middle East. In: Zeitschrift für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht 82, 1-10 (2022).

Moser, Carolyn: La clause d’assistance mutuelle du Traité sur l’Union européenne (article 42§7 TUE) permet-elle de répondre adéquatement aux nouvelles menaces ?. E-Note Reihe des Königlichen Instituts für Verteidigung (Belgien), 2022 (with Estelle Hoorickx).

Corredera, Edward: Why International Lawyers Measure Time with a Telescope: Grotian Moments & Richard Falk’s Histories of the Future. In: Grotiana 42:2, 212-228 (2021).

Sparks, Tom: Reassessing State Consent to Jurisdiction: the Indispensable Third Party Principle before the ICJ. In: Nordic Journal of International Law 91/2, 216-252 (2022).

Jorgensen, Malcolm Andrew: 'International Legal Order as a National Security Interest'. Verfassungsblog, 02 April 2022.