Romanian Journal of International Law

About the Journal

The Romanian Journal of International Law (RJIL or RRDI – the acronym in Romanian) is a biannual publication of the Romanian Branch of the International Law Association (ILA), which is also the Section of International Law of the Association of International Law and International Relations (ADIRI) of Romania.

RRDI is among the few legal publications in Romania focusing exclusively on this field of law – international law. It includes articles/essays, studies, analyses and commentaries on a variety of topics of international law. These specific topics are developed by taking into consideration the dynamics of international relations in direct connection with the development of international law. So, large spaces are devoted in the Journal to comments on the jurisprudence of international courts and tribunals, as well as to recent events concerning international law, including those of direct interest for Romania.

2017 marks the launch of the digital edition of the Romanian Journal of International Law. In this new format, the papers can be accessed online and the journal can be downloaded entirely.

RRDI aims at promoting its own vision and at bringing a relevant contribution to the conceptual effort of the Romanian School of International Law – within which a new generation of specialists is emerging, both at university and at professional level – and to the reflection process related to the progressive development of contemporary international law. This endeavor is based on the assumption that the virtues of this branch of law can be effective tools for successfully solving the most complex international issues and also for the accomplishment of Romania’s national foreign policy objectives.

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