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 3 (2023)
The Analysis of International Perspective of Transitional Justice and The Initiatives in Indonesia
Junaedi Saibih, Elwi Daniel, Kurnia Warman, and Nani Mulyati
Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Court Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters: An Indonesian Private International Law Perspective
Dinda Rizqiyatul Himmah and Justin Gabriel Wibisono
Behind the scenes of controversial International Commercial Arbitration: Case Study of Heirs to the Sultanate of Sulu v. Malaysia
Tze Chin Ong and James Ding Tse Wen
Competent Forum and Applicable Law in Personal Data Protection with a Foreign Element
Muhammad Faqih Adhiwisaksana and Tiurma Mangihut Pitta Allagan
The Protection and Preservation of Underwater Cultural Heritage: The Practice of Indonesia
Dhiana Puspitawati and Rangga Vandy Wardana