About the Journal
The Levan Alexidze Journal of International Law (LAJIL) is a bi-lingual scientific periodical. The Journal is published every 6 months and is part of the Levan Alexidze International Law Publication Series, made available with the support of the Academician Levan Alexidze Foundation. The Journal is intended for the use of lawyers specializing in International Law as well as for a wider readership. It comprises articles pertaining to International Law and International Relations. The views expressed in the articles are solely those of the authors. Read more...
01. Konstantine Kublashvili - The European Union - a Confederation or already a State?
02. Giorgi Baidze - Attacking a peacekeeping mission – a war crime under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court
03. Salome Shubladze - Transnational Armed Conflicts: Their History and Developments in a Modern Context
04. Revaz Tkemaladze - Unilateral Humanitarian Intervention: A Crime of Aggression under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court?
05. Ana Tskipurishvili - The Legality of Autonomous Weapon Systems under International Humanitarian Law
06. Marina Meskhi - The Impact of the Nuremberg and Tokyo International Military Tribunals on the Establishment of the Principle of Individual Criminal Responsibility in the International Criminal Law
07. Tamar Ruseishvili - The Plight of Children Born of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence and the Need for Their Human Rights Awakening
08. Oleg Tortladze - A Sex-Selective Abortion - A Field Unregulated by International Law?
09. Lile Pirveli - Foreign investments: legal aspects of protection by states during armed conflicts
10. Georgian Translation of The Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of Other States
11. Saba Pipia - Book review - Marco Longobardo: “The Use of Armed Force in Occupied Territory”
12. Celebrating the life of Levan Alexidze