New Issue: European Journal of International Law

New Issue: European Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law (Vol. 29, no. 1, February 2018) is out. Contents include:

  • Editorial
    • A Court that Dare Not Speak its Name: Human Rights at the Court of Justice; Vital Statistics; Time for Change: With Thanks to Guy Fiti Sinclair; In this Issue
  • The EJIL Foreword
    • Eyal Benvenisti, Upholding Democracy amid the Challenges of New Technology: What Role for the Law of Global Governance?
  • Articles
    • Wolfgang Alschner & Damien Charlotin, The Growing Complexity of the International Court of Justice’s Self-Citation Network
    • Hendrik Simon, The Myth of Liberum Ius ad Bellum– Forgotten Disputes about Justifying War in 19th Century International Legal Discourse
    • Ignacio de la Rasilla del Moral, A Short History of International Law Journals (1869–2017)
  • Focus: International Economic Law
    • Sungjoon Cho & Jürgen Kurtz, Convergence and Divergence in International Economic Law and Politics
    • Christopher Vajda, The EU and Beyond: Dispute Resolution in International Economic Agreements
  • Roaming Charges
    • Roaming Charges: Manila: More than One Way to Heaven
  • Symposium: International Law and the First World War – International Law before 1914 and the Outbreak of War
    • Gabriela Frei, International Law and the First World War: Introduction
    • Jochen von Bernstorff, Violence and International Law before 1914: On Imperial Ordering and the Ontology of the Nation State
  • Critical Review of International Governance
    • Alan Desmond, The Private Life of Family Matters: Curtailing Human Rights Protection for Migrants under Article 8 ECHR?
  • Review Essay
    • Charlotte Peevers, Liberal Internationalism, Radical Transformation and the Making of World Orders. Review of Oona A. Hathaway and Scott J. Shapiro, The Internationalists: How a Radical Plan to Outlaw War Remade the World
  • Book Reviews
    • Jan Klabbers, reviewing Manfred Nowak, Human Rights or Global Capitalism: The Limits of Privatization
    • Alina Miron, reviewing Nathalie Clarenc, La suspension des engagements internationaux
    • Paolo Palchetti, reviewing Florian Couveinhes Matsumoto and Raphaëlle Nollez-Goldbach eds., Les motifs non-juridiques des jugements internationaux
    • Wolfgang Münch, reviewing Joachim Müller ed., Reforming the United Nations: A Chronology
  • The Last Page
    • Stephen Haven, Monolith

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