As some of our readers might have noticed already (perhaps thanks to our earlier note on the subject) the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law is up and running on the web. The online edition is continuously extended and with the next upload of new articles, which will take place in September, the 1000th article will be published. For all those who have not yet looked into this publication, I certainly advice you to do so as soon as possible. Thanks to cross references to other articles within the Encyclopedia and links to sources such as case-law and treaties, the Max Planck Encyclopedia is a very helpful tool for every researcher (young and old) in the field of public international law.
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