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KFG Working Paper Series: Working Paper No. 49

Working Paper No. 49, 'The Jurisprudence of the Rules-Based Order: Germany's Indo-Pacific Guidelines and the South China Sea Code of Conduct' by Malcolm Jorgensen has been published.

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KFG Working Paper Series: Working Paper No. 48

Working Paper No. 48, 'Possible Indirect Legal Effects under International Law of Non-Legally Binding Instruments' by Andreas Zimmermann and Nora Jauer has been published.

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KFG Working Paper Series: Working Paper No. 47

Working Paper No. 47, 'A Multilateral Track for Sustainable Development Along the Belt and Road: Aligning Country Ownership with International Rule of Law' by Johanna Aleria Lorenzo has been published.

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Prof. Dr. Alejandro Rodiles

Prof. Dr. Alejandro Rodiles
Habelschwerdter Allee 34a
Room No. 4

e-Mail: alejandro.rodiles(at)kfg-intlaw.de

Profile: Short CV & Select Publications

Select Publications

Coalitions of the Willing and International Law – The Interplay between Formality and Informality (CUP 2018) ESIL Book Prize 2019

'International Humanitarian Law-Making in Latin America: Between the International Community, Humanity, and Extreme Violence', in Heike Krieger (ed.), Law-Making and Legitimacy in International Humanitarian Law (Edward Elgar, forthcoming)

'The Global Insecure Counterterrorism City', in Helmut Aust and Janne E. Nijman (eds.), Research Handbook on International Law and Cities (Edward Elgar, forthcoming)

'The International Law Commission and Change: Not Tracing but Facing It', in The United Nations (ed.), Seventy Years of the International Law Commission - Drawing a Balance for the Future (Brill Nijhoff 2021), available here

‘The Global South and the Law and Governance of Global Security: Towards a Scholarship on the Global Ecology of Insecurities’, in Robin Geiss and Nils Melzer (eds.), The Oxford Handbook on the International Law of Global Security (OUP 2021)

‘What Kind of Rule Law Should Elected Members Promote?’, in Nico Schrijver and Niels Blokker (eds.), Elected Members of the Security Council: Lame Ducks or Key Players? (Brill Nijhoff 2020)

‘Executive Power in Foreign Affairs: The Case for Inventing a Mexican Foreign Relations Law’, in Curtis A. Bradley (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Foreign Relations Law (OUP 2019)

‘Is There a ‘Populist’ International Law (in Latin America)?’, Netherlands Yearbook of International Law 2018 (2019)

‘After TPP Is Before TPP: Mexican Politics for Economic Globalization and the Lost Chance for Reflection’, in Benedict Kingsbury et al. (eds.), Megaregulation Contested - Global Economic Ordering After TPP (OUP 2019)

‘The Tensions between Local Resilience-Building and Transnational Action’, in Helmut Philipp Aust and Anél Du Plessis (eds.), The Globalisation of Urban Governance: Legal Perspectives on Sustainable Development Goal 11 (Routledge 2019)

‘Law and Violence in the Global South: The Legal Framing of Mexico’s ‘Narco War’’, 23 Journal of Conflict & Security Law (2018)

‘The Great Promise of Comparative Public Law for Latin America: Toward Ius Commune Americanum?’, in Anthea Roberts et al. (eds.), Comparative International Law (OUP 2018)

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