Asian Journal of International Law
|Edited by||Antony Anghie, Simon Chesterman, Tan Hsien-Li|
|Singapore Year Book of International Law|
|ISO 4||Asian J. Int. Law|
The Asian Journal of International Law is a peer-reviewed law review focusing on public and private international law. It is an official publication of the Asian Society of International Law and is published by Cambridge University Press. It is produced by the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law and succeeds the Singapore Year Book of International Law. The editors-in-chief are Antony Anghie, Simon Chesterman, and Tan Hsien-Li.
The first issue, published in January 2011, included articles by leading Asian scholars and practitioners such as Hisashi Owada, Xue Hanqin, B. S. Chimni, Tommy Koh, Onuma Yasuaki, and Michael Hwang.
The launch of the Journal was welcomed as, perhaps, exemplifying a newly assertive Asia challenging the West in intellectual as well as economic terms.
The journal is abstracted and indexed in Scopus.
- “An Asian Journal of International Law”, Asian Journal of International Law, 1 (2011), pp. 1-2.
- Singapore Year Book of International Law archive page. Archived July 28, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
- Asian Journal of International Law, CJO Web site.
- Asian Journal of International Law, 1(1) (2011), table of contents.; International Law Reporter, Inaugural Issue: Asian Journal of International Law, 26 January 2011.
- Boris N. Mamlyuk & Ugo Mattei , “Comparative International Law”, Brooklyn Journal of International Law, 2011, vol. 36, p. 385 at 441. See also Twelve Tables (Thai) Archived 2012-03-26 at the Wayback Machine; Blog do NEI (Portuguese).