Indonesian Journal of International Law (IJIL) is open access, double-blind peer-reviewed, internationally recognized journal in the field of international law. IJIL serves as a forum for articles on international law generally while attempting to present materials and viewpoints from and/or about Indonesia and other parts of Asia and the developing world at large. Combining various thematic coverage, IJIL aims to present current practice and its theoretical reflection within the different branches of international law.
Starting from 2022, IJIL is indexed in Scopus and Ranked 1 in Indonesia's Science & Technology Index (SINTA).
Current Issue: Volume 20, Number 4 (2023) Trade & Investment
Policy Formulation for Managing Ship-generated Plastic Waste via Improved Port Reception Facility Governance
Rika Kurniaty, Setyo Widagdo, Yasniar Rachmawati Madjid, Rafly Reyhan Al Kharji, and Arsella Imanda Putri
Safeguarding Sovereignty: Indonesia's Solution to the Raw Materials Case in WTO
Muhammad Reza Syariffudin Zaki, Muhammad Haykal Armanto, Rafsi Azzam Hibatullah Albar, and Stefan Koos
Dumping Practices and Competition as Double-edged Sword: Indonesia Practices
Sukarmi Sukarmi and Fransiska Ayulistya Susanto
Natuna Waters: Explaining a Flashpoint between Indonesia and China
Damos Dumoli Agusman
Impact of The Enforcement of ASEAN Economic Community on Policy and Strategy of Sea Transportation Development in Indonesia
Aflah Aflah, Hasim Purba, Suhaidi Suhaidi, and Mahmul Siregar
The Investor – State Contract Making Case for Renegotiation of the Original Contract
Animesh Anand Bordoloi