The Romanian Journal of International Law (RRDI) is a biannual publication of the Association of International Law and International Relations (ADIRI) – Section of International Law, which is also the Romanian branch of the International Law Association (ILA).
RRDI is among the few legal publications in Romania that focuses exclusively on this area of law and includes articles, essays, analysis and commentary on a variety of topics in international law. RRDI focuses on specific topics of interest to evolving international relations in direct interaction with the development of international law, and large spaces are devoted to comments on jurisprudence of international courts and tribunals, as well as recent events concerning international law, including those of interested to Romania.
RRDI aims to promote its own vision and make a relevant contribution to the Romanian School of International Law – within which a new generation of specialists is emerging, both at university level and at the professional level – and to the debate of ideas on the progressive development of contemporary international law. This endeavor is based on the assumption that the virtues of this branch of the law can be an effective tool for successfully solving the most complex international issues and also for the accomplishment of Romania’s national foreign policy objectives.
Therefore, the journal aims to present in each issue an overview of the evolution of international law, which is rreflected in its structure:
- Commentary on the activity of international organizations in international law
- Relevant events from the Romanian practice of international law
- Studies and reviews of case law and legislation
- Restitutio (section which brings back in the public eye older contributions by exception al Romanian specialists in the field)
- Contribution by master programme candidate
RRDI promotes scientific contributions of the highest quality and is open to host such contributions by professors, students, practitioners and policy makers in the field of international law within the country and abroad. To facilitate access of skilled foreign professionals to the publication, the Journal is bilingual, the second language being either English or French.
NB: The views expressed in the articles and commentaries published posted are solely those of the authors and do not engage in any form the institutions where they work, the Romanian Journal of International Law or the Association of International Law and International Relations (ADIRI).