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Manchester Journal of International Economic Law

Manchester Journal of International Economic Law ISSN 1742-3945 - The MJIEL was founded in 2004 by Professor Dr Asif H Qureshi. The Journal is independent of any State or institutional affiliation with a truly global editorial and advisory board. It is published by Ltd; and available both in electronic and printed forms. The journal has been accepted for inclusion in Scopus, the European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS) and the Web of Science Core Collection in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). It is also to be found in EBSCO and HeinOnline. The journal is published three times a year.

Manchester Journal of Transnational Islamic Law & Practice

The MJTILP provides a space for discussion, critique, and innovation in various strands of Islamic law and practice across national boundaries. Since its establishment in 2005 as the Journal of Islamic State Practices in International Law, this journal has evolved responding to specific needs in the Islamic law scholarship. The journal welcomes critical commentaries on Islamic law, whether enforced by a State or voluntarily practised by worldwide Muslim communities, that apprise and inspire knowledge across national boundaries. The journal has been accepted for inclusion in Scopus.

International Law in North East Asia Forum (ILNEAF)

The objectives of ILNEAF are mainly the promotion, understanding, application and development of International Law as it applies in relations between China, Korea and Japan; and as it applies to Korea, China, and Japan respectively. The achievement of these objectives will contribute to peace, co-operation and development in the region; and in particular will assist policy makers within NEA as to how International Law and its development can contribute to facilitating peace, cooperation and development of the region. The forum will also enable (i) co-operation, discourse and fraternity as between international lawyers within the region, including the respective societies of international law within China, Korea and Japan; (ii) facilitate research in International Law in the context of NEA; and (iii) encourage future generations of International Law scholars to reflect about International Law in terms of NEA.