About our e-resources
The Peace Palace Library has (paid) subscriptions to online content of a growing collection of electronic journals, table of contents from journals, legal databases and e-books.
View the e-resources from any place inside the library; usually access works without logging in (by IP address), sometimes you need a username-password, which you can get from the service desk.
Search our collection of more than 1800 unique electronic journals. We have online content of journals through HeinOnline, Westlaw, Cambridge, Oxford and many others. We also have many freely available e-journals.
[Aad/Bas: nieuwe link naar freely available e-journals]
Go to the Table of contents for the list of more than 450 journals with table of contents information, of which many are fulltext. Subscribe to new content by RSS.
Go to this page for the full list of electronic databases, available inside the reading room. Go to the service desk when you need the right username-password. Search our selection of databases. »
The Recueil des cours, the collected courses of the Hague Academy of International Law, is a renowned collection of volumes, dating from 1936. Now all content of the articles is online from the library. Browse by year, by volume, by author or by keyword (also tagcloud available).
What do e-journals mean?
E-journals are electronic journals, also known as online journals or fulltext journals. These can be browsed, read and printed from your desktop. More FAQ »