The Groningen Journal of International Law is not a traditional journal, which means that the articles we accept are not traditional either. We invite writers to focus on what the law could be or should be, and to apply their creativity in presenting solutions, models and theories that in their view would strengthen the role and effectiveness of international law, however it may come to be defined. To this end, the Journal requires its authors to submit articles written in an exploratory and non-descriptive style.
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The Groningen Journal of International Law is a non peer-reviewed journal. However, if you wish your article to be peer-reviewed, we are able to accommodate such a request. Click here for our peer review standards.
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