Blogs can be a useful tool to follow recent developments in jurisprudence and international relations. Most provide e-mail alerts to which users can subscribe. However, it should be noted that blog reports and similar 'insights' do not generally provide in-depth legal analysis. Clearly, for research purposes, the use of blogs cannot replace a proper study of legal doctrine and primary sources.

blog on general international law

blog of European Journal of International Law

blog of American Journal of International Law

short presentations on international law issues in connection with recent newsworthy events

E-mail alerts with regular updates on calls for papers and new publications

blog on European human rights

blog on investment law and arbitration

Blog about European sanctions in law and practice

blog on legal issues related to arms control

blog on law of armed conflict/international criminal law

Blog on United States national security law and policy

American blog dedicated to security issues, law of armed conflict, international criminal law, use of force, ...

blog for human rights researchers

blog about international justice / international criminal law

blog about international justice / international criminal law