Chapter 1. The Phenomenon of Yearbooks in International Law: An Introduction.- Part I. General reflections on yearbooks of international law.- Chapter 2. The ‘Turn to History’ and the Year of the Yearbook of International Law.- Chapter 3. A Case in the Politics of Form – Yearbooks of International Law.- Chapter 4. Archiving Legality: The Imperial Emergence of the International Law Yearbook.- Chapter 5. On Yearbooks.- Part II. Contributions by Yearbooks of International Law.- Chapter 6. African Yearbook of International Law: A Quarter-Century of Contribution to the Development and Dissemination of International Law.- Chapter 7. Australian Yearbook of International Law.- Chapter 8. Canadian Yearbook of International Law/Annuaire Canadien de droit international: Founding, Function, Future.- Chapter 9. The Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs: Contributing to the Grotian Moment in Asia.- Chapter 10. Czech Yearbook of Public and Private International Law on the Occasion of its 10th Anniversary: Achievements and Perspectives.- Chapter 11. Ethiopian Yearbook of International Law: Towards Diversifying and Democratizing Voices in the Making and Development of International Law.- Chapter 12. Finnish Yearbook of International Law – Past, Present and Future.- Chapter 13. Annuaire Francais de Droit International.- Chapter 14. German Yearbook of International Law: Origins, Development, Prospects.- Chapter 15. The Past, Present and Future of the Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law – An Evolving Story.- Chapter 16. Indonesia and the Absence of a Yearbook on International Law.- Chapter 17. Italian Yearbook of International Law: Genesis, Development and Prospects.- Chapter 18. The Development and Future of the Japanese Yearbook of International Law: From Japanese Perspectives to International Academic Forums.- Chapter 19. Mexican Yearbook of International Law as a Concept for Researching, Disseminating, and Teaching International Law.- Chapter 20. 'There was an idealism that this information is useful' - The Origins and Evolution of the Netherlands Yearbook of International Law.- Chapter 21. Palestine Yearbook of International Law – A Medium for a Principled International Law on Palestine and the Palestinian People.- Chapter 22. The Polish Yearbook of International Law: A History of Constant Change and Adaptation.- Chapter 23. Anuario Español de Derecho Internacional: History, Functions and Future.- Part III. Dutch Practice.- Chapter 24. Fundamental Rights in Digital Welfare States: The Case of SyRI in the Netherlands.- Chapter 25. The Continuing Saga of State Responsibility for the Conduct of Peacekeeping Forces: Recent Practice of Dutch and Belgian Courts.- Chapter 26. The Enemy of My Enemy: Dutch Non-Lethal Assistance for ‘Moderate’ Syrian Rebels and the Multilevel Violation of International Law.- Table of Cases.- Index.
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