Volume 24 | Issue 3
Does Digitalization Change International Law Structurally?
Digital Rights and the Outer Limits of International Human Rights Law
Meta’s Oversight Board and Transnational Hybrid Adjudication—What Consequences for International Law?
Digitalization and its Systemic Impact on the Use of Force Regime: Legal Uncertainty and the Replacement of International Law
Does Digitalization Reshape the Principle of Non-Intervention?
The Rationale and the Perils of Failing to Invoke State Responsibility for Cyber-Attacks: The Case of the EU Cyber Sanctions
Sara Poli and Emanuele Sommario
Extraterritorial Enforcement Jurisdiction in Cyberspace: Normative Shifts
The Impact of Digitalization on Global Trade Law
The Impact of Digitalization on International Investment Law: Are Investment Treaties Analogue or Digital?
Constructing “Electronic Liability” for International Crimes: Transcending the Individual in International Criminal Law
International Law and Digital Disease Surveillance in Pandemics: On the Margins of Regulation
Pedro A. Villarreal