Indonesian Journal of International Law


Indonesian Journal of International Law (Jurnal Hukum Internasional) is an open access, peer-reviewed internationally recognized law journal in the field of international law. IJIL is intended to promote international law in Indonesia and to build the interest of Indonesian scholars and decision maker of the important role of international law in developing the rule-based international community. IJIL encompasses recent research and scholarly discussion on international law in general, as well as specialized area of international law, including but not limited to:

  • General public international law
  • Law of international organization and institution
  • Law of the treaties
  • Law of the sea
  • Air law
  • Private international law
  • International economic law

IJIL is published four times a year which are in October, January, April and July. In every publication of IJIL there is honorary article, main article and general article. IJIL has been accepting various articles from Indonesia prominent experts in international law as well as abroad, from five different continents in the world. IJIL has also foreign editors whose internationally reputations. In fulfilling the objective to promote international law, IJIL also has the content besides articles, which are international law making and international law in news. We are inviting any thoughts from any writers around the world and every article is solely opinion of the writer and does not contain any opinion from Board of Editors of IJIL. The principle of IJIL is "open to any ideas (open to all thoughts)".

Board of Editors of IJIL. The principle of IJIL is "open to any ideas (open to all thoughts)".

Nationally Accredited (No. 48a/KPT/2017) 2017-2022

ISSN: 1693-5594 (Print) / 2356-5527 (Online)

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Table of Contents

Main Article

Rule of Law with Asian Characteristics: cultural insights from the Occupy Central Movement in Hong Kong
Jeffrey E. Thomas
International Protection of Cultural Heritage in Armed Conflict: Revisiting the Role of Safe Havens
Andrzej Jakubowski
Human Rights Regime: Between Universality and Cultural Relativism, An Indonesian Experience
Heru Susetyo

General Article

The Effectiveness of Climate Change Litigation as a Venue to Uphold State Climate Change Obligations: A Look at Developments in Indonesia
Deniza Ariani
The identification of victims of human trafficking: definition, challenges and States’ obligations
Eric Corthay
Improving Indonesia's Commitment to Open Government Through Online Petition
Adi Kusumaningrum

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