Politics of International Law

Book Symposia

Spring 2018 Symposium

mcbride bookThe Spring 2018 Symposium featured graduate student reflections on Keally McBride's Mr. Mothercountry: The Man Who Made the Rule of Law. Keally McBride provided a engaged response to the reviews. See below to view these essays and McBride's response. 

Sidra Hamidi Review

Nathalia Justo Review

Caroline L. Silva Review

Keally McBride Response

 

Spring 2017 Symposium

Bell Image.gifThe Spring 2016 Symposium featured graduate student reflections on Duncan Bell's Reordering the World: Essays on Liberalism and Empire. Duncan Bell provided a thoughtful response to the reviews. See below to view these essays and Bell's response.

Ceyda Erten Review

Owen Brown Review

Alan Kellner Review

Duncan Bell Response

 

 

Fall 2016 Symposium

Book image.jpgThe Fall 2016 Symposium featured graduate student reflections on M. Patrick Cottrell's The Evolution and Legitimacy of International Security Institutions. The author provided a response. To view those essays, see below. 

Miruna Barnoschi Review

Andrew Day Review

Alan Kellner Review

M. Patrick Cottrell Response

 

 

Winter 2016 Symposium

Between Samaritans and States.jpgThe Winter 2016 Symposium features graduate student reflections on Jennifer Rubenstein’s Between Samaritans and States: The Political Ethics of Humanitarian INGOs. The author provided a response. To view those essays, see below. 

Swati Srivastava Review

Sidra Hamidi Review

Ceyda Erten Review

Joshua Freedman Review

Jennifer Rubenstein Response