Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law - Contents


MPEPIL currently contains 1,618 articles. A total of 1,700 articles are planned for the site, with four content updates per year. Upon completion, the MPEPIL will cover the following overarching subject areas and article types:

  • Air law and law of outer space
  • Diplomacy and consular relations
  • Foreign relations
  • History of international law
  • Human rights
  • Immunities
  • Individuals and non-state actors
  • International co-operation
  • International courts and tribunals
  • International criminal law
  • International economic law and relations
  • International environmental law
  • International humanitarian law
  • International organizations: general aspects
  • International procedural law
  • International responsibility
  • Law of the sea
  • Law of treaties
  • Overview articles
  • Procedural law in international organizations
  • Regional organizations, institutions and developments
  • Relationship between international and domestic law
  • Settlement of disputes
  • Sources, foundations and principles of international law
  • Specific armed conflicts
  • Specific cases and decisions
  • Specific geographic issues
  • Specific treaties and instruments
  • Statehood, jurisdiction of states, organs of states
  • Subjects of international law
  • Territory
  • Theories of international law
  • Universal international organizations and institutions
  • Use of force, war, peace and neutrality.

Given that the information contained in many of the articles may become outdated, authors are asked to update their articles once a year in the first three years after electronic publication of the entire MPEPIL.

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