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New Issue of EJIL (Vol. 25: No.1) Out Next Week

Published on March 28, 2014        Author: 

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

Editorial

The International Society for Public Law – Call for Papers and Panels; Van Gend en Loos – 50th Anniversary; Vital Statistics; Roll of Honour; Quantitative Empirical International Legal Scholarship; In this Issue

EJIL: Keynote Debate!

Daniel Bethlehem, The End of Geography: The Changing Nature of the International System and the Challenge to International Law

David S. Koller, The End of Geography: The Changing Nature of the International System and the Challenge to International Law: A Reply to Daniel Bethlehem

Carl Landauer, The Ever-Ending Geography of International Law: The Changing Nature of the International System and the Challenge to International Law: A Reply to Daniel Bethlehem

Articles

Maria Aristodemou, A Constant Craving for Fresh Brains and a Taste for Decaffeinated Neighbours

Christopher Wadlow, The beneficiaries of TRIPS: Some Questions of Rights, Ressortissants and International Locus Standi

Revisiting Van Gend en Loos: A Joint Symposium
with the International Journal of Constitutional Law (I·CON)

JHH Weiler, Van Gend en Loos: The Individual as Subject and Object and the Dilemma of European Legitimacy

Eyal Benvenisti and George Downs, The Premises, Assumptions, and Implications of Van Gend en Loos: Viewed from the Perspectives of Democracy and Legitimacy of International Institutions

Damian Chalmers and Luis Barroso, What Van Gend en Loos Stands For

André Nollkaemper, The Duality of Direct Effect of International Law

Morten Rasmussen, Revolutionising European Law: A History of the Van Gend en Loos Judgment

Francesca Martines, Direct Effect of International Agreements of the European Union

Sophie Robin-Olivier, The Evolution of Direct Effect in the EU: Stocktaking, Problems, Projections 

Hélène Ruiz-Fabri, Is There a Case for Direct Effect of WTO Obligations?

Jan Komárek, Waiting for the Existential Revolution in Europe

Michel Rosenfeld, Is Global Constitutionalism Meaningful or Desirable?

Roaming Charges: Moments of Dignity:

Prepping for the Prewedding photograph, Peking

EJIL: Debate!

Dia Anagnostou and Alina Mungiu-Pippidi, Domestic Implementation of European Court of Human Rights Judgments: Legal Infrastructure and Government Effectiveness Matter

Erik Voeten, Domestic Implementation of European Court of Human Rights Judgments: Legal Infrastructure and Government Effectiveness Matter: A Reply to Dia Anagnostou and Alina Mungiu-Pippidi

 

Critical Review of International Governance

Rosa Freedman, UN Immunity or Impunity?: A Human Rights Based Challenge 

A Life’s Work

Heiko Meiertöns, An International Lawyer in Democracy and Dictatorship – Re-Introducing Herbert Kraus 

Book Review Symposium

Bardo Fassbender and Anne Peters (eds), The Oxford Handbook of the History of International Law

Guest Editor: Alexandra Kemmerer (Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin)

Alexandra Kemmerer, Towards a Global History of International Law? Editor’s Note

Rose Parfitt, The Spectre of Sources

Stefan B. Kirmse, Sleepy Side Alleys, Dead Ends, and the Perpetuation of Eurocentrism

Nahed Samour, Is there a Role for Islamic International Law in the History of International Law?

Will Hanley, Statelessness: An Invisible Theme in the History of International Law

Anne-Charlotte Martineau, Overcoming Eurocentrism? Global History and the Oxford Handbook of the History of International Law

Anne Peters and Bardo Fassbender, Prospects and Limits of a Global History of International Law: A Brief Rejoinder

Book Reviews

 Michael B. Gerrard and Gregory E. Wannier (eds). Threatened Island Nations. Legal Implications of Rising Seas and a Changing Climate (Susannah Willcox)

Michael Byers. International Law and the Arctic (Timo Koivurova)

Morten Bergsmo (ed.). Quality Control in Fact-Finding (James G. Devaney)

The Last Page

Keith Ekiss, Bhopal

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