Traditional understandings of sovereignty in international law have a central spatial dimension clearly visible in the territorial bases of state sovereignty. As international law moves towards considering such notions as fragmented sovereignty, divided or limited sovereignty, the need to consider the spatial dimension of sovereignty and its implications beyond the simple drawing of lines on the surface of the globe becomes more prominent. These mutations of the concept of sovereignty also highlight the necessity to consider its temporal dimension in greater depth and beyond simple linear progression.
Conference Start - 12 September
Conference End - 14 September
Deadline for submissions - 14 January 2019