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Kyiv Student Journal of International Law

The Kyiv Student Journal of International Law (KSJIL) or Jus Gentium (Russian: Киевский студенческий журнал международного права; Ukrainian: Київський студентський журнал міжнародного права) is an online quarterly journal focusing on issues of public and private international law. It was created by international law students at Kiev National University's Institute of International Relations in 2005. The journal accepts material from all international law students at the university; students also prepare each issue for publication, supervised by Ukrainian legal scholars. Articles written in English or Russian are occasionally included, but most are written in Ukrainian.[1][2] The editors state they hope to publish more English- and Russian-language articles in the future by recruiting more international students to the institute.


  1. ^ K. Bakunina, M. Osadchiy. Investment Climate in the Russian Federation - L. Syvko. Law of Occupation - D. Gladka. The Relationship between Islamic Rules, Values and International Humanitarian Law -
  2. ^ В. Щербина. Эффективность индивидуальной уголовной ответственности за нарушение норм МГП - Е. Метелкина. Эффективность индивидуальной уголовной ответственности за нарушение норм МГП Дон-Хо Ким. Понятие и признаки несостоятельности согласно праву Российской Федерации - А. Иоффе. «Мягкое право» - действительно право? -

External links

  • KSJIL official site (Ukrainian)
  • KSJIL official site (English)
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