International Zeitschrift (IZ) is a journal for dialogue and analysis of current events with
an international legal focus. We also feature historical and philosophical content that can
help us better understand the context for events we witness and experience in the present.
Our goal is to help make people better educated about the interplay between the law,
international events, and the philosophies and ideologies which give rise to them. While
we feature articles written by a number of legal academics on various topics, we also
accept article submissions from professors and students from a wide variety of
disciplines. If you have an article which figures into the international discussion alluded
to here, we welcome your submission.
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