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Dr. Malcolm Jorgensen

Dr. Malcolm Jorgensen
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Profile: Short CV & Select Publications

Select Publications

1. Publications

‘The Jurisprudence of the Rules-Based Order: The Power of Rules Consistent with but Not Binding Under International Law’ (2021) 22 Melbourne Journal of International Law 221, available here

‘The United States’, in Oxford Handbook on the International Law of Global Security, Robin Geiß & Nils Melzer (eds.) (Oxford University Press 2021), available here

American Foreign Policy Ideology and The International Rule of Law: Contesting Power through the International Criminal Court (Cambridge University Press 2020), available here

‘Book Review: Engelhart, Marc, Sunčana Roksandić Vidlička: Dealing with Terrorism: Empirical and Normative Challenges of Fighting the Islamic State, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, 2019’ (2022) 63 German Yearbook of International Law 847, available here

2. KFG Working Papers

‘The Jurisprudence of the Rules-Based Order: Germany’s Indo-Pacific Guidelines and the South China Sea Code of Conduct’, KFG Working Paper Series, No. 49 (May 2021), available here

‘The United States and the International Law of Global Security’, KFG Working Paper Series, No. 43 (March 2020), available here

‘Equilibrium & Fragmentation in The International Rule of Law: The Rising Chinese Geolegal Order’, KFG Working Paper Series, No. 21 (November 2018), available here

3. Blog Posts

‘Internationale Rechtsordnung als nationales Sicherheitsinteresse’ Verfassungsblog (4 May, 2022), available here

‘International Legal Order as a National Security Interest’ Verfassungsblog (2 April, 2022), available here

‘The Weaponisation of International Law in Ukraine’ Völkerrechtsblog (15 March, 2022), available here

‘China is Overturning the Rules-Based Order from Within’, The Lowy Interpreter (12 August, 2020), available here

‘The Afghanistan Investigation and the International Legal Order’ Lawfare (6 April, 2020), available here

‘Internationalizing the Monroe Doctrine: From Venezuela to Golan Heights and Back Around’ Just Security (4 June, 2019), available here

‘International Law Cannot Save the Rules-Based Order’ The Lowy Interpreter (18 December, 2018), available here

‘China’s Rising Geolegal Sphere,’ Opinio Juris (17 October, 2017), available here

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