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    Vidmar, J. (2016). Abusive Governments as a Threat. In M. Footer, J. Schmidt, & N. White (Eds.), Security and International Law (pp. 249-272). (Studies in International Law). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  20. Vidmar, J. (2013). Human Rights and Democratic Legitimacy of Governments in International Law: Practice of States and UN Organs. In C. Panara, & G. Wilson (Eds.), The 'Arab Spring': New Patterns for Democracy in International Law (pp. 53-76). Brill | Nijhoff.
  21. Vidmar, J. (2011). Kosovo: Unilateral Secession and Multilateral State-Making. In J. Summers (Ed.), Kosovo: A Precedent?: The Declaration of Independence, the Advisory Opinion and Implications for Statehood, Self-Determination and Minority Rights (pp. 143-177). Brill | Nijhoff.
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    Vidmar, J. (2012). Norm conflicts and hierarchy in international law. In E. D. Wet, & J. Vidmar (Eds.), Hierarchy in international law: the place of human rights (pp. 13-42). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  23. Vidmar, J. (2014). Protecting the community interest in a state centric Legal system: the Uncharter and certain norms of ‘special standing’. In W. Benedek, K. De Feyter, M. C. Kettemann, & C. Voigt (Eds.), The Common Interest in International Law (pp. 109-125). (Law and Cosmopolitan Values; Vol. 5). Intersentia.
  24. Vidmar, J. (2014). Scotland's Independence Referendum, Citizenship and Residence Rights: Identifying 'the will of the people' and some implications of Kuric v Slovenia. In R. Ziegler, J. Shaw, & R. Baubock (Eds.), Independence Referendums: Who Should Vote and Who Should be Offered Citizenship (pp. 27-30). (EUI Working Paper ; Vol. 2014, No. 90). Florence: EUI.
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    Vidmar, J. (2018). Secession and the Limits of Democratic Decision-Making. In J. Jordana, M. Keating, A. Marx, & J. Wouters (Eds.), Changing Borders in Europe: Exploring the Dynamics of Integration, Differentiation and Self-Determination in the European Union (pp. 200). (Routlegde/UACES Contemporary Studies). London: Routlegde.
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    Vidmar, J. (2015). States, Governments, and Collective Recognition. In Y. Ma (Ed.), Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs (Vol. 31, pp. 136-159). (Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs; Vol. 31). Brill | Nijhoff.
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    Vidmar, J. (2016). Territorial Entitlement and Exit Scenarios. In M. Nicolini, F. Palermo , & E. Milano (Eds.), Territory and Conflict Resolution: Law as a Problem and Law as a Solution (pp. 105-123). (Studies in Territorial and Cultural Diversity Governance; Vol. 6, No. 2213-2570). Leiden: Brill | Nijhoff.
  28. Vidmar, J. (2010). The Problem of International Constitutionalism: Can International Law Operate Vertically? In Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law (pp. 1-14). Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law.
  29. Vidmar, J. (2013). Unilateral Declarations of Independence in International Law. In D. French (Ed.), Statehood, Self-Determination and Minorities: Reconciling Tradition and Modernity in International Law (pp. 60-78). Cambridge University Press.
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  32. Vidmar, J. (2009). The Kosovo Precedent One Year On. Paper presented at The Kosovo Precedent One Year On, Lancaster, United Kingdom.
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  35. Vidmar, J. (2008). Democratic Transition and Democratic Consolidation in Slovenia. (Marie Jahoda sozialwissenschaftliche Studien). Peter Lang.
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