A peer reviewed journal article is a document written by an expert and thoroughly critiqued by others before it is published in a scholarly journal. They are used in academic research to consolidate knowledge, develop your opinion and reasoning, further interpretation, and collect relevant primary sources. Journals and journal articles are generally found in academic databases. There are many international law journals. The following journals focus specifically on international law and are available from the linked databases.
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