The Indonesian Journal of International Law (IJIL) is an open access, double-blind peer-reviewed, and 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).
Starting from Volume 21 No. 3 (April 2024), IJIL will no longer provide proofreading services due to a new financial policy established by the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia. Therefore, authors whose article are accepted for publication will be responsible for proofreading their article according to the international publication standard before submission.
In order to help authors find suitable proofreaders, below is the (non-exclusive) list of those who can provide the proofreading services that the Journal have approved:
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Current Issue: Volume 21, Number 2 (2023)
Examining the Negotiation Model of the Disputed Boundary Between Indonesia and Malaysia on Sebatik Island
Amin Nurdin, Sudjito Atmoredjo, and I Made Andi Arsana
The Implementation of Law Enforcement In Combating Terrorist Financing in Indonesia
Nova Vincentia Pati, Emma Valentina Senewe, Merry Elisabeth Kalalo, Caecilia Johanna Waha, and Theodorus HW Lumunon
The Urgency in Legal Protection Of The Internment in Non-International Armed Conflict Between The Ethiopian Government and The Tigray People’s Liberation Front
Ika Ningtyas, Maheswari Trinanda Putri, Yasniar Rachmawati, Fransiska A. Susanto, and Patricia Audrey Ruslijanto