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New Issue of EJIL (Vol. 24: No. 4) Out Next Week

Published on December 11, 2013        Author: 

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law will be published in the next week. Over the course of this week, we will have a series of posts by Joseph Weiler – Editor in Chief of EJIL – which will then appear in the Editorial in the upcoming issue. Here is the Table of Contents of the next issue of EJIL:

Editorial

Crime and Punishment: The Reification and Deification of the State (A Footnote to the Syria Debate); House-keeping: Anonymity; In this Issue 

Articles

Andrew Guzman, International Organizations and the Frankenstein Problem

Geraldo Vidigal, From Bilateral to Multilateral Law-Making: Legislation, Practice, Evolution and the Future of Inter-Se Agreements in the WTO 

Symposium: The International Law Commission’s Guide to Practice on Reservations to Treaties

Marko Milanovic and Linos-Alexander Sicilianos, Reservations to Treaties: An Introduction

Alain Pellet, The ILC Guide to Practice on Reservations to Treaties: A General Presentation by the Special Rapporteur

Michael Wood, Institutional Aspects of the Guide to Practice on Reservations

Daniel Muller, Reservations and Time: Is There Only One Right Moment to Formulate and to React to Reservations?

Ineta Ziemele and Lasma Liede, Reservations to Human Rights Treaties: From Draft Guideline 3.1.12 to Guideline 3.1.5.6 

Roaming Charges: Places of Destruction and Rebirth:A Remnant of the Kraków Ghetto Wall

EJIL: Debate!

Andrew Williams, The European Convention on Human Rights, the EU and the UK: Confronting a Heresy

Stelios Andreadakis, The European Convention on Human Rights, the EU and the UK: Confronting a Heresy: A Reply to Andrew Williams  

EJIL: Debate!

Rosa Raffaelli, Horizontal Review between International Organizations: A Reply to Abigail C. Deshman

Abigail C. Deshman, Horizontal Review between International Organizations: A Rejoinder to Rosa Raffaelli 

Critical Review of International Governance

Gurdial Nijar, Traditional Knowledge Systems, International Law and National Challenges: Marginalization or Emancipation?

Review Essay

Christian Djeffal, Commentaries on the Law of Treaties: A Review Essay Reflecting on the Genre of Commentaries. Olivier Corten and Pierre Klein (eds). The Vienna Conventions on the Law of Treaties: A Commentary; Oliver Dörr and Kirsten Schmalenbach (eds). The Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties: A Commentary; Mark Villiger. Commentary on the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties.  

Book Reviews 

Duncan B. Hollis (ed.). The Oxford Guide to Treaties (Tim Staal)

Jean L. Cohen. Globalization and Sovereignty. Rethinking Legality, Legitimacy and Constitutionalism (Gráinne de Búrca)

Sari Kuovo and Zoe Pearson (eds). Feminist Perspectives on Contemporary International Law: Between Resistance and Compliance? Gina Heathcote. The Law on the Use of Force: A Feminist Analysis (Loveday Hodson)

John Harrington and Maria Stuttaford (eds). Global Health and Human Rights: Legal and Philosophical Perspectives; John Tobin. The Right to Health in International Law (Erika George)

Panos Koutrakos. The EU Common Security and Defence Policy (Julia Schmidt)

The Last Page 

Gregory Shaffer, Cashmere from Rachungkaru

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