New Issue: Cambridge International Law Journal

New Issue: Cambridge International Law Journal

The latest issue of the Cambridge International Law Journal (Vol. 6, no. 2, December 2017) is out. Contents include:

  • CILJ 2017 Conference: Transforming Institutions
    • Jan Klabbers, Transforming institutions: autonomous international organisations in institutional theory
    • Rob van Gestel & Jurgen de Poorter, Supreme administrative courts’ preliminary questions to the CJEU: start of a dialogue or talking to deaf ears?
    • Catherine Warin & Zheni Zhekova, The Joint Way Forward on migration issues between Afghanistan and the EU: EU external policy and the recourse to non-binding law
    • Dominik Düsterhaus, Does the European Court of Justice constitutionalise EU Private International Law?
    • Leonie M Huijbers, The European Court of Human Rights’ procedural approach in the age of subsidiarity
    • Desmond Johnson, The institutional balance as an agent of transformation in the EU constitutional order: reconciling the simultaneous rise of the European Parliament and European agencies
    • Anastasia Karatzia & Menelaos Markakis, What role for the Commission and the ECB in the European Stability Mechanism?

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