Asser Publications 2019

Articles – refereed (20)

Belavusau, U.
‘The Rise of Memory Laws in Poland: An Adequate Tool to Counter Historical Disinformation?’, 29 Security and Human Rights (2018): 36-54.

Belavusau, U. & Henrard, K.
‘A Bird's Eye View on EU Anti-Discrimination Law: The Impact of the 2000 Equality Directives’, 20(5) German Law Journal (2019): 614-636.

Boutin, B.
‘Shared Responsibility for Cyber Operations’, American Journal of International Law (AJIL) Unbound, vol. 113 (2019): 197-201.

Cuyckens, H. & Paulussen, C.
‘The Prosecution of Foreign Fighters in Western Europe: the Difficult Relationship between Counter-Terrorism and International Humanitarian Law’, 24(3) Journal of Conflict & Security Law (2019): 537-565.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘The Value of International Criminal Justice: How Much International Criminal Justice Can the World Afford?’, 19(2) International Criminal Law Review (2019): 201-213.

Kassoti, E.
‘The Duty of Non-Recognition and the EU’s Trade Policy in Situations of Contested Sovereignty’, 3 Europe and the World: A Law Review (2019): 1-18. 

Kassoti, E.
‘Bridge over Troubled Water: Opinion 1/17 and the Autonomy of the EU Legal Order’, 48 Revista General De Derecho Europeo (2019): 1-9.

Kassoti, E.
‘The ECJ and the Art of Treaty Interpretation: Case C-266/16 Western Sahara Campaign UK’, 56 Common Market Law Review (2019): 209-236.

Kassoti, E.
‘The Empire Strikes Back: The Council Decision amending Protocols 1 and 4 to the EU – Morocco Association Agreement’, European Papers, European Forum (2019): 1-11.

Kassoti, E. & Vatsov M.
‘A Missed Opportunity? Unilateral Declarations by the European Union and the European Court of Justice's Venezuelan Fisheries Judgment’, (34) The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law (2019): 1-27.

Kassoti, E. & Salluzo, E.
‘The CJEU’s Judgment in Organisation juive européenne and Vignoble Psagot: Some Introductory Remarks’, 4(3) European Papers - A Journal on Law and Integration (2019): 753-761. 

Louwerse, L. & Kassoti, E.
‘Revisiting the European Commission’s Approach Towards the Rule of Law in Enlargement’, Hague Journal on the Rule of Law (2019): 1-28.

Marcenko, M.
‘International assemblage of the security of tenure and the interaction of city politics with the international normative discourse’, 51(2) The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, Special Issue: Cities and the contestation of human rights between the global and the local (2019): 151-171.

Mignot-Mahdavi, R.
‘Will the War on Terror Ever End ?’,
La Revue des Droits de l’Homme, Actualités Droits-Libertés (online publication, published in March 2019)

Nijman, J.E. & Werner, W.
‘Populism and International Law: What Backlash and Which Rubicon?’, in: Nijman J.E. & Werner W., Netherlands Yearbook of International Law (‘Populism and International Law’), Vol. 49 (2018), The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press (2019): 3-18.

Okoli, C. & Roberts, E.
‘The operation of Article 4 of Rome II Regulation in English and Irish courts’, 15(3) Journal of Private International Law (2019): 605-625.

Roodenburg, L.
‘Urban approaches to human rights: tracking networks of engagement in Amsterdam’s debate on irregular migration’, 51(2) The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, Special Issue: Cities and the contestation of human rights between the global and the local (2019): 192-212.

Wilt, H. van der & Paulussen, C.
‘The role of international criminal law in responding to the crime-terror nexus’, European Journal of Criminology (2019): 1-17.

Van Den Meerssche, D.
‘Performing the Rule of Law in International Organizations: Ibrahim Shihata and the World Bank’s Turn to Governance Reform’, 32(1) Leiden Journal of International Law (2019): 47-69.

Van Den Meerssche, D.
‘International Law as Insulation – The Case of the World Bank in the Decolonization Era’, 21(4) Journal of the History of International Law (2019): 459-484.

Articles – non-refereed (5)

Gill, T.D., Geiß, R., Krieger, H. & Paulussen, C.
‘Editorial’, in: Gill, T.D., McCormack, T., Geiss, R., Krieger, H. & Paulussen, C. (eds.), Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, Vol. 20 (2017), The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press (2019): VII-VIII.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘De staatstaak inzake migratie op weg naar 2030’, Journaal vreemdelingenrecht (JNVR) (2019): 24-31.

Lazic, V.
‘In Memoriam - Bert Voskuil (1929-2019)’, 3 Nederlands Internationaal Privaatrecht (NIPR) (2019): 533-534.

Nijman, J.E.
‘Wederkerigheid’, Christen Democratische Verkenningen, nr. 4 (2019).

Paulussen, C.
‘Male captus bene detentus: origin and present meaning’, (17)3 Strafblad (2019): 30-37.

Book chapters (13)

Belavusau, U. & Wójcik, A.
‘Posponer los cambios de nombre de las calles tras la transición a la democracia: lecciones legales de Polonia’, in: Guixé, J., Alonso Carballés, J., Conesa, R. (eds.), Diez años de leyes y políticas de memoria (2007-2017), Madrid: Ediciones La Catarata (2019): 27-39.

Bo, M. & Petrig, A.
‘The International Tribunal of the Law of the Sea and Human Rights’, in: Scheinin, M. (ed.), Human Rights Norms in ‘Other’ International Courts, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2019): 353-411.

Brölmann, C. & Nijman, J.E.
‘Personality’, in: d’Aspremont, J. & Singh, S. (eds.), Concepts for International Law: Contributions to Disciplinary Thought, Edward Elgar Publishing (2019): 678-690.

Gordon, G.
‘Universalism’, in: d’Aspremont, J. & Singh, S. (eds.), Concepts for International Law. Contributions to Disciplinary Thought, Edward Elgar Publishing (2019): 865-878.

Gordon, G.
‘The pace of law (in a transnational time)’, in: Boer, L. & Stolk, S. (eds.), Backstage Practices of Transnational Law, London/New York: Routledge (2019): 32-44.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘Verder vooruit kijken’, in: Technologie & Innovatie als sleutel voor wereldwijde maatschappelijke uitdagingen, publication as part of the 57ste Bilderbergconferentie (1-2 February 2019), organised by VNO-NCW (2019): 72-79.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘Constitutional Identity in the Netherlands: Sailing with Others’, in: Calliess, C. & Schyff, G. van de, Constitutional Identity in a Europe of Multilevel Constitutionalism, Cambridge University Press (2019): 222-242.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘De rechtsstaat: wat een democratie in leven houdt’, in: Heuvel, F. van den & Overeen, P., Een vitale rechtsstaat - Grondslag, kwetsbaarheid, weerbaarheid, Valkhof Pers (2019): 113-125.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘Foreword’, in: Eyffinger, A., T.M.C. Asser (1838-1913) ‘In Quest of Liberty, Justice, and Peace’, Brill (2019): xxv-xxix (Vol. 1).

Lazic, V. & Schluep A.
‘Country Reports: Netherlands’, in: Weigand, F.B. & Baumann, A. (eds.), Practitioner’s Handbook on International Arbitration, Oxford University Press (2019): 631-707.

Mignot-Mahdavi, R.
‘La participation aux combats de nouveaux acteurs’, in: Eudes, M., Ryfman, P. & Szurek, S. (eds.), Droit et pratique de l’action humanitaire, L.G.D.J (2019): 594-605.

Nijman, J.E.
‘Foreword’, to Martti Koskenniemi’s 2018 T.M.C. Asser Lecture, ‘International Law and the Far Right. Reflections on Law and Cynicism’, The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press (2019): v-x.

Paulussen, C.
‘Together Against ISIS – Police and Justice Cooperation in Europe’, in: Engelhart M. & Roksandic Vidlicka S. (eds.), Dealing with Terrorism – Empirical and Normative Challenges of Fighting the Islamic State, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot (2019): 97-116.

Conference publications – non-refereed  (2)

Nijman, J.E.
‘The Urban Pushback: International Law as an Instrument of Cities’, in ‘Federalism Strikes Back: Is the one-voice doctrine in decline?’, Vol. 13, ASIL Proceedings of the 113th Annual Meeting, International Law as an Instrument, American Society of International Law, March 27-30, 2019, Cambridge University Press (2019): 119-123.

Nijman, J.E.
‘Opening remarks and Questions’, in ‘Closing Plenary: International Law as an Instrument for Development’, Vol. 13, ASIL Proceedings of the 113th Annual Meeting, International Law as an Instrument, American Society of International Law, March 27-30, 2019, Cambridge University Press (2019): 390-392.

Reports (4)

Ark, R. van (née Grozdanova), Belavusau, U., Boutin, B., Paulussen, C. et al.
A comparative research study on radical and extremist (hate) speakers in European member states, ICCT/Asser, November 2019, 43 p.

Duval, A. & Kassoti, E.
The Past, Present and Future of Corporations under International Criminal Law, Mededelingen van de Koninklijke Nederlandse Vereniging voor Internationaal Recht, nr 146, Living up to International Criminal Law: State of Affairs, Prospects and Mandates, KNVIR Preadviezen (2019): 1-40.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H. et al.
Sustainable Development Goals and Human Rights: an invisible bond / Duurzame Ontwikkelingsdoelen en mensenrechten: een noodzakelijk verbond, Advisory Council on International Affairs (Adviesraad Internationale Vraagstukken, AIV), nr. 110, May 2019, 79 p.

Paulussen C. et al.
Guidelines to facilitate the use and admissibility as evidence in national criminal courts of information Collected, handled, preserved and shared by the military to prosecute terrorist offences (‘Military Evidence’), Report of the United Nations Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee, ICCT (2019).

Book reviews (1)

Paulussen C.
Book review of: K. Pitcher, Judicial Responses to Pre-Trial Procedural Violations in International Criminal Proceedings, T.M.C. Asser Press/Springer Publishing (2018), 19(2) International Criminal Law Review (2019): 347-357.

Blogs (34)

Ark, R. van (née Grozdanova)
‘British Citizenship Revoked, Bangladeshi Citizenship Uncertain – What next for Shamima Begum?’, ICCT Perspective, 11 March 2019.

Ark, R. van (née Grozdanova)
‘Outsourcing the management of terrorism suspects to other countries’, Asser Blog, 16 July 2019.

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

Bo, M. & Woodcock, T.
‘Lethal autonomous weapons, war crimes, and the Convention on Conventional Weapons’, Asser Blog, 28 May 2019 (also on The Global, Rethinking Global Governance from Geneva, 28 May 2019). 

Bo, M.
‘Crimes against the Rohingya: ICC Jurisdiction, Universal Jurisdiction in Argentina, and the Principle of Complementarity’, Opinio Juris, 23 December 2019.

Duval, A. & Heerdt, D.
‘FIFA and Human Rights: Introduction to the Symposium’, Verfassungsblog: On Matters Constitutional, 4 July 2019.

Duval, A., Woodcock, T. & Van Den Meerssche, D.
‘I Want to Put the Social Question Back on the Table’ – An Interview with Anne Orford’, Opinio Juris, 27 November 2019.

Elazar-DeMota, Y.
‘Legal Aspects of Jewish Slavery Law in Eighteenth-Century Amsterdam’, The Global City Website, 1 April 2019.

Elazar-DeMota, Y.
‘The Concept of Liberty and Freedom in the Bible Commentary of Ishac Athias’, The Global City Website, 7 August 2019. 

Elazar-DeMota, Y.
‘African blacks and Mulattos in the 17th-Century Amsterdam Portuguese Jewish community’, The Global City Website, 2 December 2019.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘Wat niet in de Grondwet staat: De Raad voor de Rechtspraak’, www.nederlandrechtsstaat.nl, Forum, 27 February 2019.

Hirsch Ballin, E.M.H.
‘Remkes en de Rechtsstaat #10: Democratie’, www.nederlandrechtsstaat.nl, Forum, 4 March 2019.

Idriz, N.
‘The new European Parliament and its role in the external dimension of EU migration policy: Time to stand up for our values’, Asser Website.

Krieke, J. van der
‘No language without history’, The Global City Website, 7 January 2019.

Krieke, J. van der
‘Requesting a Synagogue in Early Modern Amsterdam’, The Global City Website, 7 May 2019.

Krieke, J. van der
‘Who does it belong to? Looted art and cases of restitution’, The Global City Website, 12 September 2019. 

Marcenko, M.
‘Cities and International Law’, The Global City Website, 1 March 2019.

Marcenko, M.
‘The UN-Habitat Assembly: An evolution or more of the same’, The Global City Website, 1 July 2019.

Marcenko, M.
‘United Cities and Local Governments World Summit and its meaning for the interaction of cities with international law and governance’, The Global City Website, 4 November 2019.

Mignot-Mahdavi, R.
‘On the illegality of the Turkish offensive in Syria’, Asser Blog, 10 October 2019.

Mignot-Mahdavi, R.
‘Citizenship deprivation will strengthen IS jihadist ideology’, Asser Blog, 8 November 2019.

Nijman, J.E.
‘“Bringing critical thinking to power” - New Year's message from Asser's academic director’, 11 January 2019. 

Okoli, C.
‘Private International Law in Africa: Comparative Lessons’, Conflictoflaws.net, 26 November 2019.

Okoli, C.
‘We need a private international law system that responds to the interests of Africa’, Asser Blog, 11 December 2019.

Mehra, T. & Paulussen, C.
‘The Repatriation of Foreign Fighters and Their Families: Options, Obligations, Morality and Long-Term Thinking’, ICCT Perspective, 6 March 2019.

Paulussen, C.
‘The Repatriation of Western Foreign Fighters and their Families’, ISPI Commentary, 28 June 2019.

Paulussen, C. & Ark, R. van (née Grozdanova)
‘Deprivation of nationality of Dutch IS fighters is counter-productive’, Asser Blog, 4 November 2019.

Paulussen, C. & Ark, R. van (née Grozdanova)
The Shamima Begum case: “Revoking citizenship is ineffective and counterproductive”’, Asser Blog, 22 February 2019.

Paulussen, C., Cuyckens, H. & Fortin, K.
‘The Prosecution of Foreign Fighters under International Humanitarian Law: Misconceptions and Opportunities’, ICCT Perspective, 13 December 2019.

Plagis, M.
‘A Nobel Peace Prize for Africa, but what about the other half of the story?’, Asser Blog, 15 October 2019.

Roithmaier, K.
‘Germany and its Returning Foreign Terrorist Fighters: New Loss of Citizenship Law and the Broader German Repatriation Landscape’, ICCT Perspective, 18 April 2019.

Roodenburg, L.
‘Foreign domestic workers and the right to Hong Kong’s public and private space’, The Global City Website, 1 February 2019.

Roodenburg, L.
‘City-branding and human rights: a win-win combination?’, The Global City Website, 6 June 2019.

Roodenburg, L.
‘Human Rights Cities: What do they have in common?’, The Global City Website, 3 October 2019. 

Research papers (11)

Research papers (final) (2)

Bo, M.
‘The Human-Weapon Relationship in the Age of Autonomous Weapons and the Attribution of Criminal Responsibility for War Crimes‘, Website of the Conference ‘We Robot’ (11-13 April 2019), University of Miami School of Law.

Kassoti, E.
‘The Völkerrechtsfreundlichkeit Debate Revisited: The CJEU’s Approach to International Law in the Interpretation of Economic Agreements covering Occupied Territories’, the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Law School, Edinburgh Centre for International and Global Law Working Paper Series (2019).

Research papers ICCT (final) (3)

Ark, R. (née Grozdanova)
‘Post Brexit EU (In)Security’, ICCT Research Paper, 6 June 2019.

Ark, R. (née Grozdanova)
‘The Caliphate’s Women and Children - What Role can the Family Courts play? (Part 1)’, ICCT Research Paper, 7 August 2019.

Ark, R. (née Grozdanova)
‘The Caliphate's Women and Children - What Role can the Family Courts play? (Part 2)’, ICCT Research Paper, 26 August 2019.

Research papers SSRN (final) (1)

Kochenov, D. & Belavusau, U.
‘Same-Sex Spouses in the EU after Coman: More Free Movement, But What about Marriage?’, EUI Working Paper LAW 2019/3 (SSRN), 9 October 2019.

Research papers SSRN (accepted) (5)

Ark, R. van (née Grozdanova)
‘Individual Terrorist Suspects as the New Folk Devil: New Labour, Rights Tokenism and Security Compulsions’, Asser Research Paper 2019-01 (SSRN), forthcoming in: Gordon, M. & Tucker, A. (eds.), The New Labour Constitution: Twenty Years on, Hart Publications (2021).

Cuyckens, H. & Paulussen, C.
‘The Prosecution of Foreign Fighters in Western Europe: The Difficult Relationship between Counter-Terrorism and International Humanitarian Law’, Asser Research Paper 2019-04 (SSRN), forthcoming in: 24(3) Journal of Conflict & Security Law (2019): 537-565. [published as article in 2019]

Duval, A.
‘What Lex Sportiva Tells You About Transnational Law’, Asser Research Paper 2019-02 (SSRN), forthcoming in: P. Zumbansen (ed.), The Many Lives of Transnational Law: Critical Engagements with Jessup’s Bold Proposal, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2020/21).

Idriz, N.
‘Hierarchies of Privilege: Juxtaposing Family Reunification Rights, Integration Requirements, and Nationality in EU Law’, Asser Research Paper 2019-05 (SSRN), forthcoming in: Jesse, M. (ed.), European Societies, Migration and the Law: The ‘Others’ amongst ‘Us’, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2020/21).

Mignot-Mahdavi, R.
‘Drones Programs, the Individualization of War and the Ad Bellum Principle of Proportionality’, Asser Research Paper 2019-06 (SSRN), forthcoming in: Kress, C. & Lawless R, (eds.), Necessity and Proportionality in International Peace and Security Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, Lieber Studies Volumes (2021).

Policy briefs (1)

Roithmaier, K. et al.
‘Berlin Memorandum on Good Practices for Countering Terrorist Use of Unmanned Aerial Systems’, policy brief GCTF (2019)

Edited volumes (4)

Boer, L.J.M. & Stolk, S. (eds.)
Backstage Practices of Transnational Law, London/New York: Routledge (2019)

Gill, T.D., McCormack, T., Geiβ, R., Krieger, H. & Paulussen, C. (eds.)
Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, Vol. 20 (2017), The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press (2019)

Lazic, V. & Stuij, S. (eds.)
Recasting the Insolvency Regulation - Improvements and Missed Opportunities, Short Studies in Private International Law, The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press/Springer Publishing (2019)

Nijman, J.E. & Werner, W. (eds.)
Netherlands Yearbook of International Law (‘Populism and International Law’), Vol. 49 (2018), The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press (2019)