Asser Publications 2018

Articles 

Belavusau, U.
‘Coming up Short: Police-Women and Indirect Height Discrimination in EU Law’, 4 (2-3), International Labour Rights Case Law (2018): 218-222.

Belavusau, U. & Wójcik, A. 
‘La criminalisation de l'expression historique en Pologne: la loi mémorielle de 2018’, 40 Archives de politique criminelle (2018): 175-188. 

Boutin, B.
‘Responsibility in Connection with the Conduct of Military Partners’, 56(1) The Military Law and the Law of War Review (2017-2018): 2-19.

Duval, A.
‘The Olympic Charter: A Transnational Constitution Without a State?’, 45(1) Journal of Law and Society (2018): 245-269.

Duval A.
‘Publish (tweets and Blogs) or Perish? Legal Academia in Times of Social Media’, (2018) 23(1) Tilburg Law Review: 91-108.

Elazar-De Mota, Y.
‘Slave trade, slavery and the law / legal developments and justifications’, Gids Slavernijverleden Nederland / Netherlands Slavery Heritage Guide. LM Publishers (2018): 80-81.

Gordon, G.
'Imperial Standard Time', 29(4) European Journal of International Law (2018): 1197-1222.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘De betekenis van het Nieuw BW in de Nederlandse rechtsstaat’, 8(25) Nederlands Juristenblad (2018): 1779-1782.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘De talen van Europa’, Christen Democratische Verkenningen, nr. 2 (2018): 27-32.

Lazic, V.
‘Enforcing Annulled Arbitral Awards: Comparison of Approaches in the United States and in the Netherlands’, 39(1) Yearbook Law Faculty University of Rijeka/Zbornik Pravnog fakulteta Sveučilišta u Rijeci (2018): 215-240.

Rooij, M. de
De cautio en de fundamentele rechten van de buitenlandse eiser onder VWEU en EVRM – verschil in benadering tussen Duitsland, het Verenigd Koninkrijk en Nederland’, 2 Nederlands Internationaal Privaatrecht (NIPR) (2018): 294-311.

Stolk, S.
‘Imagining scenes of mass atrocity from afar: maps and landscapes at the International Criminal Court’, 5(3) London Review of International Law (2018): 425-451.

Stolk, S.
‘A Sophisticated Beast? On the Construction of an ‘Ideal’ Perpetrator in the Opening Statements of International Criminal Trials’, 29(3) European Journal of International Law (2018): 677-702.

Stolk, S. & Vos, R. 
‘International Legal Sightseeing’, (2) Journal of the Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies (2018).

Stolk, S.
‘“Cruel Men Can Do Kind Things and Kind Men Can Do Cruel Things”: Reconsidering the Enemy of Humanity in Contemporary International Criminal Trial Discourse’, 47(2) Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy (2018): 149-157.

Book chapters

Belavusau & Henrard, K.
‘The Impact of the 2000 Equality Directives on EU Anti-Discrimination Law: Achievements and Pitfalls’, Belavusau, U. & Henrard, K. (eds.), EU Anti-Discrimination Law Beyond Gender, Oxford: Hart Publishing (2018): 1-37. 

Duval A. & Partiti E.
The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in (National) Action: The Dutch Agreement on Sustainable Garment and Textile’, in: Amtenbrink F., Prévost D. & Wessel R. (eds.), (48) Netherlands Yearbook of International Law 2017 (‘Shifting Forms and Levels of Cooperation in International Economic Law: Structural Developments in Trade, Investment and Financial Regulation’), The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press (2018): 381-409.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘Bouwstenen voor herijking van migratiebeleid’, in: Lucassen L., Scheffer, P. & Hirsch Ballin, E., Regie over migratie: Naar een strategische agenda. Essays ter gelegenheid van het Hollands Spoor-debat over migratiebeleid op 19 juni 2018, Scientific Council for Government Policy (Wetenschappelijke Raad voor het Regeringsbeleid, WRR) (2018): 107-111.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘Honderd jaar democratisch burgerschap’, in: Harinck, G., Kessel, A. van & Krabbendam, H. (eds.), Een christelijk-liberale synthese: 100 jaar Pacificatie 1917-2017, Utrecht: VBK Media/Kok Boekencentrum (2018): 153-162.

Adams, M., Hirsch Ballin, E. & Meuwese, A.
'The Ideal and the Real in the Realm of Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law: An Introduction', in: Adams, M., Meuwese, A. & Hirsch Ballin, E. (eds.), Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law: Bridging Idealism and Realism, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (2018): 3-33.

Idriz, N.
‘Avrupa’da Göçün Etkisiyle Şekillenen Vatandaşlık Kanunları [European Citizenship Laws Shaped by Migration]’, in N. Aslı Şirin Öner ve S. Gülfer Ihlamur-Öner (eds.), Uluslararası İlişkilerde Göç: Olgular, Aktörler ve Politikalar [Migration in International Relations: Phenomena, Actors and Policies], (DER Yayınları, 2018) [in Turkish].

Idriz, N.
‘The EU-Turkey Statement or the “Refugee Deal”: The Extra-Legal Deal of Extraordinary Times?’, in: Siegel, D. & Nagy, V. (eds.), The Migration Crisis?: Criminalization, Security and Survival, Eleven Publishing (2018): 61-84.

Gray, J. & Schrama, W. & Lazic, V.
‘Brussels IIbis:  Scope and Definitions’ (Chapter 1), in: Lazic, V. (ed.), Guide for Application of the Brussels IIbis Regulation (2018): 1-46.

Lazic, V.
‘Brussels IIbis: Jurisdiction in Cases of Child Abduction’ (Chapter 4), in: Lazic, V. (ed.), Guide for Application of the Brussels IIbis Regulation (2018): 123-165.

Lazic, V.
‘Brussels IIbis: Common Provisions’ (Chapter 5), in: Lazic, V. (ed.), Guide for Application of the Brussels IIbis Regulation (2018): 166-201.

Lazic, V. & Schrama, W.
‘Brussels IIbis: Enforcement of the Decisions on the Rights of Access and Return Orders issued by the Courts of Child’s Habitual Residence Immediately before a Wrongful Removal or Retention – Articles 40-45 and 47 and Other Provisions Applicable to the Enforcement – Articles 48-52’ (Chapter 9), in: Lazic, V. (ed.), Guide for Application of the Brussels IIbis Regulation (2018): 250-281.

Lazic, V. & Schrama W.
‘Brussels IIbis: Cooperation between Central Authorities in Matters of Parental Responsibility’ (Chapter 10), in: Lazic, V. (ed.), Guide for Application of the Brussels IIbis Regulation (2018): 282-302.

Lazic, V. & Schrama, W.
‘Brussels IIbis: Relations with Other Instruments, Transitional and Final provisions’ (Chapter 11), in: Lazic, V. (ed.), Guide for Application of the Brussels IIbis Regulation (2018): 303-319.

Carty, A. & Nijman, J.E.
‘The Moral Responsibility of Rulers: Going Back Beyond the Liberal Rule of Law for World Order’, in: Carty, A. & Nijman, J.E. (eds.), Morality and Responsibility of Rulers: European and Chinese Origins of a Rule of Law as Justice for World Order, Oxford: Oxford University Press (2018): 1-52.

Nijman J.E.
‘A Universal Rule of Law for a Pluralist World Order: Leibniz's Universal Jurisprudence and His Praise of the Chinese Ruler’, in: Carty, A. & Nijman, J.E. (eds.), Morality and Responsibility of Rulers: European and Chinese Origins of a Rule of Law as Justice for World Order, Oxford: Oxford University Press (2018): 222-244.

Nijman, J.E.
‘Foreword’ to Saskia Sassen’s 2017 T.M.C. Asser Lecture, ‘A Third Emergent Migrant Subject Unrecognized in Law: Refugees from ‘Development’, The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press (2018): v-viii.

Gill, T.D. & Paulussen, C.
‘In Memoriam – Frits Kalshoven (1924–2017)’, Gill, T.D. et al (eds.), Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, Vol. 19 (2016), The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press (2018): VII. 

Monographs

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
De stille revolutie van 1917: Dwarsverbanden in democratische burgerschap en onderwijs’, Longread, Querido Fosfor, Longread (2017) (now available in open acces here).

Nijman, J.E. 
Seeking Change by Doing History, (Oratiereeks), Amsterdam University Press (2018), 26 p.

Edited volumes

Belavusau, U. & Henrard, K. (eds.)
EU Anti-Discrimination Law Beyond GenderOxford: Hart Publishing (2018). 

Adams, M., Meuwese, A. & Hirsch Ballin, E. (eds.)
Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law: Bridging Idealism and Realism, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2018).

Lazic, V. (ed.)
Guide for Application of the Brussels IIbis Regulation, result of the Research Project entitled ‘Cross-border Family Law Matters before national Courts and CJEU’, funded by the European Commission’s Justice Programme (2018), 340 p.

Lazic, V. & S. Stuij, S. (eds.)
‘International Dispute Resolution: Selected Issues in International Litigation and Arbitration’, Short Studies in Private International Law, T.M.C. Asser Press/Springer Verlag (2018).

Nijman, J.E. & Carty A. (eds.)
Morality and Responsibility of Rulers. European and Chinese Origins of a Rule of Law as Justice for World Order, Oxford: Oxford University Press (2018), 480 p.

Gill, T.D., McCormack, T., Geiss, R., Krieger, H. & Paulussen, C. (eds.)
Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, Vol. 19 (2016), The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press (2018). 

Reports

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H. et al.
‘Fundamental Rights in the Kingdom of the Netherlands: equivalent protection in all parts of the Kingdom. Theory and practice of territorial limitations on the application of human rights treaties upon ratification / Fundamentele rechten in het koninkrijk: eenheid in bescherming. Theorie en praktijk van territoriale beperkingen bij de ratificatie van mensenrechtenverdragen’, Advisory Council on International Affairs, Adviesraad Internationale Vraagstukken (AIV), nr. 107, juli 2018, 47 p.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H., Dijstelbloem, H. O., & Segers, M. et al.
‘Europese variaties’, Scientific Council for Government Policy (Wetenschappelijke Raad voor het Regeringsbeleid, WRR), report nr. 9, (2018), 227 p.

Lucassen L., Scheffer, P. & Hirsch Ballin, E.
Regie over migratie: Naar een strategische agenda. Essays ter gelegenheid van het Hollands Spoor-debat over migratiebeleid op 19 juni 2018, Scientific Council for Government Policy (Wetenschappelijke Raad voor het Regeringsbeleid, WRR) (2018).

Working papers

Boutin, B.
‘Responsibility in Connection with the Conduct of Military Partners’, Asser SSRN Research Paper 2018-03, forthcoming in: The Military Law and the Law of War Review (2017-2018).

Duval, A. & Partiti, E.
‘The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in (National) Action: The Dutch Agreement on Sustainable Garment and Textile’, Asser SSRN Research Paper 2018-02, forthcoming in: Netherlands Yearbook of International Law (2017).

Grozdanova, R.
‘The Normalisation of Secrecy in the UK and the Netherlands: Individuals, the Courts and the Counter-Terrorism Framework’, Asser SSRN Research Paper 2018-05, forthcoming in: Paulussen, C. & Scheinin, M. (eds.), Human Dignity and Human Security in Times of Terrorism, T.M.C. Asser Press/Springer Verlag (2019).

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘Restoring Trust in the Rule of Law’, Asser SSRN Research Paper 2018-01, Tilburg Law School Research Paper No. 04/2018.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘Learning Democracy: Points of Reference for a Peaceful Counteroffensive’, Asser SSRN Research Paper 2018-04, Tilburg Law School Research Paper Series.

Paulussen, C. & Pitcher, K.
‘Prosecuting (Potential) Foreign Fighters: Legislative and Practical Challenges’, ICCT Research Paper, January 2018-13.

Policy briefs

Wójcik, A, & Belavusau, U.
‘Street Renaming after the Change of Political Regime: Legal and Policy Recommendations from Human Rights Perspectives’, Asser SSRN Policy Brief, 2018-01.

Boutin, B.
‘Do Counter-Terrorism Measures Work? Appraising the Long-Term and Global Effectiveness of Security Policies’, Asser SSRN Policy Brief, 2018-03.

Duval, A. & Dunmore, C.
‘The Case for a Court of Arbitration for Business and Human Rights’, Asser SSRN Policy Brief, 2018-02. 

Blogs

Bán, M.
‘Memory Wars of Commercial Worth – The Legal Status of the Red Star in Hungary’,   Verfassungsblog: On Matters Constitutional, 11 January 2018.

Belavusau, U.
‘Final Thoughts on Mnemonic Constitutionalism’, Verfassungsblog: On Matters Constitutional, 15 January 2018.

Belavusau U.
‘The Federal Rainbow Dream: On Free Movement of Gay Spouses under EU Law’, Verfassungsblog: On Matters Constitutional, 5 June 2018.

Belavusau U.
‘Height Discrimination in EU Law: The Case of Kalliri (C-409/16) at the Court of Justice’, European Law Blog, 11 June 2018.

Bo, M.
Who is Criminally Responsible for the Commission of War Crimes when Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems are Deployed in Armed Conflicts?, Website Graduate Institute Geneva, 21 September 2018.

Boutin, B.
‘Excesses of Counter-Terrorism and Constitutional Review in France: The Example of the Criminalisation of the Consultation of Websites’, Verfassungsblog: On Matters Constitutional, 10 May 2018.

Boutin, B.
‘Technologies for International Law & International Law for Technologies’, Groningen Journal of International Law, 22 October 2018.

Elazar-DeMota, Y.
‘Left Behind: The Portuguese Jews that Didn’t Escape the Inquisition’, The Global City Website, 3 April 2018.

Elazar-DeMota, Y.
‘The Conception of the Curse of Ḥam among Sephardic Jews and the Atlantic Slave Trade’, The Global City Website, 1 August 2018.

Elazar-DeMota, Y.
‘Slavery debates in the seventeenth-century Dutch Republic: Misinterpretations of the Torah?’, The Global City Website, 3 December 2018.

Grozdanova, R.
‘The Right to Fair Trial and the Rise of Sensitive Intelligence Evidence: Responses from the Dutch and UK Courts’, Verfassungsblog: On Matters Constitutional, 7 May 2018.

Grozdanova, R.
‘Incitement to Terrorism – Treating the Symptoms or Addressing the Causal Malady?’, ICCT Perspective, 14 November 2018.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘Sociale cohesie’, www.nederlandrechtsstaat.nl, Forum, 1 March 2018.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘Wat niet in de Grondwet staat: Asiel’, www.nederlandrechtsstaat.nl, Forum, 21 May 2018.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘Wat niet in de Grondwet staat: de Europese Unie’, www.nederlandrechtsstaat.nl, Forum, 12 October 2018.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘Wat niet in de Grondwet staat: De vertrouwensregel’, www.nederlandrechtsstaat.nl, Forum, 25 November 2018.

Idriz, N.
‘Why EU member states should not hesitate to vote for the Global Compact for Migration’, Blog on Website Asser Institute, 29 November 2018.

Krieke, J. van der
‘Nieuwe Herengracht 143’, The Global City Website, 1 May 2018.

Krieke, J. van der
‘Who looks after the Jewish heritage of Lviv?’, The Global City Website, 3 September 2018.

Marcenko, M.
‘How does International Law Play into the World Urban Forum and the Demand for Inclusiveness in International Processes?’, The Global City Website, 1 March 2018.

Marcenko, M.
‘Public Transport development in La Paz, Bolivia and the human rights dilemma’, The Global City Website, 3 July 2018.

Marcenko, M.
Putting cities on the United Nation’s agenda: An alternative way of ordering the world’, The Global City Website, 5 November 2018.

Nijman, J.E.
‘The Global Economy, City Diplomacy, and the Role of International Law’, Meridian 180 forum “City Diplomacy” (May-July 2018) convened by Fleur Johns, Karen Knop, and Annelise Riles, 5 July 2018.

Paulussen, C.
‘Courts and Counter-Terrorism: the Last Line of Defence?’, Verfassungsblog: On Matters Constitutional, 7 May 2018.

Paulussen, C.
‘Countering Terrorism Through the Stripping of Citizenship: Ineffective and Counterproductive’, ICCT Perspective, 17 October 2018.

Roodenburg, L.
‘National Interests in Urban Politics: Amsterdam’s Shelter for Undocumented Migrants’, The Global City Website, 1 June 2018.

Roodenburg, L.
‘Hong Kong’s ambiguous human rights discourse’, The Global City Website, 8 October 2018.

Van Den Meerssche, D.
‘International Law as Insulation – The Case of the World Bank in the Decolonization Era’, ESIL IO-IG, October 2018.

Van Den Meerssche, D.
Interview: Martti Koskenniemi on International Law and the Rise of the Far-Right, interview by Dimitri Van Den Meerssche with Prof. Martti Koskenniemi, Opinio Juris, 10 December 2018.