Publications 2022

Articles – non refereed

Duval, A.
'How Qatar’s migrant workers became FIFA’s Problem: a transnational struggle for responsibility', Taylor & Francis online (2022).

Pantazopoulos, S. & Tignino, M.
Strengthening the Thin Green Line: A call for an international monitoring mechanism for environmental peacebuilding law’, Geneva Peacebuilding Platform, White Paper on the Future of Environmental Peacebuilding (2022).

Articles – refereed

Bán, M. & Belavusau, U.
Memory Laws, Bloomsbury History: Theory and Method’, SSRN (2022).

Belavusau, U.
On Ephemeral Memory Politics, Conservationist International Law and (In-)alienable Value of Art in Lucas Lixinski’s Legalized Identities: Cultural Heritage Law and the Shaping of Transitional Justice’, Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies (2022), 25(1): 200-211.

Heerdt, D. & Bernaz, N.
Elements for FIFA’s feminist transformation: The case for indicators on football and women’s rights’, International Journal of Constitutional Law (2022): 1-26.

Gordon, G.
'Engaging an infrastructure of time production with international law', 9(3) London Review of International Law (2021): 319-349.

Kerr, V. & Stolk, S.
'Assembling the pieces: the accountability puzzle for international crimes in Ukraine', Amsterdam Law Forum (2022), 14(1):3.

Sexton, J.
Book Review’: Heike Krieger (ed), Jonas Püschmann (assist ed), Law-Making and Legitimacy in International Humanitarian LawJournal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies (2022).


Soltanzadeh, S.
'Problem-Solving Technologies: A User-Friendly Philosophy', Rownman and Littlefield (2022)

Book chapters

Ark, R. van (née Grozdanova)
Revisiting the Administrative Justice Legacy of New Labour’ in: Gordon, M., & Tucker, A., ‘The New Labour Constitution: Twenty Years On’, Hart Studies on Constitutional Law, Bloomsbury Publishing (2022): 241-262. 

Duval, A. 
‘The Force of FIFA’s Transnational Labour Law : Exploring the Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players’, in: Marzo C. et al, 'Le droit social en dialogue – Mélanges en l'honneur de Marie-Ange Moreau', Bruylant (2022)

Fink, M. & Idriz, N.
‘Effective Judicial Protection in the External Dimension of the EU's Migration and Asylum Policies?’, in: Kassoti, E., & Idriz, N. (eds.), The Informalization of the EU’s External Action in the Field of Migration and Asylum, The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press (2022): 117-146.

Kassoti, E. & Idriz, N. (eds.)
The Informalisation of the EU’s External Action in the Field of Migration and Asylum: Introduction’, in: Kassoti, E., & Idriz, N. (eds.),  The Informalization of the EU’s External Action in the Field of Migration and Asylum, The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press (2022): 1-12.

Kassoti, E. & Carrozzini, A.
One Instrument in Search of an Author: Revisiting the Authorship and Legal Nature of the EU-Turkey Statement’, in: Kassoti, E., & Idriz, N. (eds.), The Informalization of the EU’s External Action in the Field of Migration and Asylum, The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press (2022): 237-258.

Research Papers (accepted)

Bo, M.
Are programmers in or ‘out of’ control? The individual criminal responsibility of programmers of autonomous weapons and self-driving cars’, Asser Research Paper 2022-08 (SSRN), July 2022, forthcoming in: Gless, S. & Whalen-Bridge, H. (eds.), Human-Robot Interaction in Law and its Narratives: Legal Blame, Criminal Law, and Procedure, Cambridge University Press.

Boutin, B. & Woodcock, T.
Aspects of Realizing (Meaningful) Human Control: A Legal Perspective’, Asser Research Paper 2022-07 (SSRN), forthcoming in: Geiß, R. and Lahmann, H. (eds.), Research Handbook on Warfare and Artificial Intelligence, Cheltenham (UK): Edward Elgar Publishing.

Duval, A.
From Global City to Olympic City: The Transnational Legal Journey of London 2012’, Asser Research Paper 2022-01 (SSRN), in: Aust, H.P. & Nijman, J.E. (eds.), Research Handbook on International Law and Cities, Cheltenham (UK): Edward Elgar Publishing (2021).

Duval, A.
How Qatar’s Migrant Workers Became FIFA’s Problem: A Transnational Struggle for Responsibility’, Asser Research Paper 2022-02 (SSRN), Transnational Legal Theory, Taylor & Francis online (2022).

Gordon, G.
The Time of Contingency in International Law’, Asser Research Paper 2022-03 (SSRN), in: Venzke, I. & Heller, K.J (eds.), Contingency in International Law, Oxford: OUP (2021).

Gordon, G.
Universalism’, Asser Research Paper 2022-04 (SSRN), in: d’Aspremont, J. & Singh, S. (eds.), Concepts for International Law, Cheltenham (UK): Edward Elgar Publishing (2019).

Kassoti, E. & Ott, A (eds.)
Sustainable Europe and its Global Reach’, CLEER Papers 2022/2: 1-113.

Kassoti, E. & Ott, A.
Introduction’, in: Kassoti, E. & Ott, A. (eds.), Sustainable Europe and its Global Reach, CLEER Papers 2022/2: 5-18.

Kwik, J., Zurek, T. & van Engers, T.
Designing International Humanitarian Law into Military Autonomous Devices’, Asser Research Paper 2022-06 (SSRN), forthcoming in: Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series, Springer Verlag.

Nijman, J.E.
Bertha von Suttner: Locating International Law in Novel and Salon,  Asser Research Paper 2022-05 (SSRN), forthcoming in: Tallgren, I. (ed.), Portraits of Women in International Law: New Names and Forgotten Faces?, Oxford (UK): Oxford University Press, (2022).


Rieder, B., Sileno, G. & Gordon, G.
A New AI Lexicon: Monopolization: Concentrated power and economic embeddings in ML & AI, New AI Lexicon (online publication)


Castellanos-Jankiewicz, L.
Decolonization and Human Rights—The Dutch Case: An Introduction’, (with W. Hommes) Verfassungsblog, 24 January 2022.

Heerdt, D.
Daniela Heerdt & Guido Battaglia, ‘Reactions of International Sport Organisations to the Russian Invasion of Ukraine: An Overview’, (with G. Battaglia) Asser International Sports Law Blog, 1 April 2022.

Kassoti, E. & Idriz, N.
Interview: Brigid Laffan on ‘Europe in the World: The Emergence of Collective Power Europe’, OpinioJuris, 17 May 2022.

Klonowska, K.
Shifting the narrative: not weapons, but technologies of warfare’, Humanitarian Law & Policy Blog, 20 January 2022.

Marauhn, T.
Marauhn, T. (& U. JakobG. JeremiasA. KelleO. MeierK. NixdorffR. Trapp & B. de Vries)
Russian allegations of biological weapons activities in Ukraine’, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt Blog, 22 March 2022.

Nijman, J.E.
The Grotian Myth and Dutch Modern Imperialism. Blind Spots in International Law Scholarship’, Verfassungsblog, 25 January 2022.

Stolk, S.
International law's invisible frames symposium: Teaching against the textbook’, OpinioJuris, 27 January 2022.

Edited volumes

Kassoti, E. & Idriz, N. (eds.)
The Informalization of the EU’s External Action in the Field of Migration and Asylum, The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press (2022). 

Marauhn, T. (& Dörr, O., & Grote, R. (eds.))
EMRK/GG: Konkordanzkommentar zum europäischen und deutschen Grundrechtsschutz’, 3rd edition, 2 Vols., 2434 pp.

Policy briefs

Grama, B., Duval, A., Baar, A. van & Roorda, L.
Third Revised Draft Treaty on Business and Human Rights: Comments and Recommendations’, Asser Policy Brief 2021-01 (SSRN), October 2021.