The Netherlands Yearbook of International Law was first published in 1970. It has two main aims. It offers a forum for the publication of scholarly articles of a more general nature in the area of public international law including the law of the European Union. In addition, it aims to respond to the demand for information on state practice in the field of international law. Each Yearbook therefore includes documentation on Netherlands' International Law practice.
Table of ContentsT.M.C. Asser and Public and Private International Law: The Life and Legacy of ‘a Practical Legal Statesman’.- Legal Aspects of the Transfer of Authority in UN Peace Operations.- After ‘Iraq’: Back to the International Rule of Law? An Introduction to the NYIL 2011 Agora.- Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Providing Legal Advice on Military Action against Iraq.- Whose international order? Which law? Forging International Order: Inquiring the Dutch Support of the Iraq Invasion.- ‘Public’ International Law? Democracy and Discourses of Legal Reality.- Does Might Still Make Right? International Relations Theory and the Use of International Law Regarding the 2003 Iraq War.- Libya and Lessons from Iraq: International Law and the Use of Force by the United Kingdom.