Journal of Islamic State Practices in International Law
JISPIL concentrates on issues concerning and involving Islamic States from the perspective of International Law. It was established in 2005 and is the first journal with a primary focus on State practice in International Law as it concerns Islamic States.
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Journal of Islamic State Practices in International Law (JISPIL) is a peer-reviewed Journal published by electronicpublications.org. The aim of this Journal is to focus on issues concerning and involving Islamic States from the perspective of International Law. In this context all States members of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (formerly the Organisation of Islamic Conference) are considered as being ‘Islamic’ States. In addition to the practices of individual Islamic States, the Journal focuses on multilateral co-operation involving Islamic States, in particular the Organisation of Islamic Conference. The Journal also covers legal issues which may be of general interest to the Islamic world; these issues may have arisen in ‘non-Islamic’ States or those States which are not members of the Organisation of Islamic Conference. The Journal presents coverage of important international legal issues relevant to the Islamic world, including treaty arrangements. It also reports on national and international cases involving Islamic States and multilateral organisations.
The Journal welcomes submission of articles for consideration with a view to publication.
The normal word length for article contributions in the Journal is between 5000-8000 words.
All Journal articles are peer reviewed, and it is a requirement of submission that these articles are original and not previously published elsewhere.
The Journal also welcomes contributions for its ‘Recent Developments’ section.
Editorial Correspondence, including submissions to journal should be made electronically to the Editors of the Journal of Islamic State Practice in International Law.