The Role of Yearbooks of International Law in the Central European Countries

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academia
doctrine of international law
publications
Visegrad countries
yearbooks

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Šturma, P. (2021). The Role of Yearbooks of International Law in the Central European Countries. Polish Yearbook of International Law, 40, 11–19. https://doi.org/10.24425/pyil.2021.138426

Abstrakt

Yearbooks of international law are publications common to many countries. The present contribution aims at presenting the argument that the yearbooks in the Visegrad countries play an extremely important role for the national academia and its identity and visibility in the globalized world. The argument is justified by an excursion to the common history of the academia in these countries, in particular during the years of communist regime and the transformation in the 1990s. The lack of specialized journals and other publications on international law in English, together with the internal and external stress on publication activities, makes them very precious.

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