The Truly Global Opinio Juris Community

by Kevin Jon Heller

I am grateful to be associated with this blog in so many ways: personally, because of my wonderful co-bloggers and our many invited guests; intellectually, because the blog allows me to try out new ideas and forces me to keep up with what is happening in the world; and — yes — professionally, because the blog exposes my ideas, often for better and sometimes for worse, to a far larger audience than any academic publication ever could.

I am most grateful, however, for you, our faithful readers. I never cease to be amazed at what a truly global community Opinio Juris readers form — a community that we hope will continue to expand in the future. Here, for example, is a list of where our visitors in just the past two hours are located:

Conakry, Guinea
Cape Town, South Africa
Qiryat Ono, Israel
Tehran, Iran
New Delhi, India
Bangkok, Thailand
Hong Kong
South Korea
Tokyo, Japan
Quezon City, Phillippines
Jakarta, Indonesia
Apo, Armed Forces Europe, USA
Belmopan, Belize
Halifax, Canada
Hope Valley, Australia
Bucharest, Romania
Vilnius, Lithuania
Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Belgrade, Serbia
Buje, Croatia
Pizen, Czech Republic
Portici, Italy
Klagenfurt, Austria
Zurich, Switzerland
Heidelberg, Germany
Copenhagen, Denmark
Stockholm, Sweden
Utrecht, Netherlands
Brussels, Belgium
Paris, France
Glasgow, Scotland
Dublin, Ireland
London, England
Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA

That’s a remarkable list, and I think I can speak for all of us when I say to you, no matter where you are — thanks for your support.

One Response

  1. You can add Natal, Brazil, to that list. 🙂

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