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Episode 2/2014 now live.
Foreign Surveillance and Human Rights, Part 1: Do Foreigners Deserve Privacy?
The Virtues of Investor-State Arbitration
The European Union: Rule of Law or Rule of Judges?
Women on Board: The EU Commission’s Proposal for a Directive on Improving the Gender Balance among Non-Executive Directors of Companies Listed on Stock Exchanges and Related Measures
State Identity, Continuity, and Responsibility: The Ottoman Empire, the Republic of Turkey and the Armenian Genocide
Argentina’s Sovereign Debt Default Cases: Some Recent Developments in a Continuing Saga
The Contribution of the International Court of Justice and the Law of the Use of Force
Editorial: Copyright, Law Journals and a Romantic View of EJIL
Zimbabwe and the Kimberley Process: Just how effective are Multi-stakeholder Initiatives?
The Conviction by an Italian Court of CIA Agents for Abduction – Some Issues Concerning Immunity