This post is part of an editorial that will appear in the issue of EJIL (Vol. 23/4) that will be published this week
In a recent Editorial, both in EJIL and I.CON, I inveighed against the difficulty of finding scholars who will agree to peer review and who, once agreed, will do it in a timely fashion and with a level of detail which enables us to take meaningful decisions.
We wish to thank the following for their efforts in 2011 and 2012. We hope we have not forgotten anyone.
Dapo Akande, José Alvarez, Stelios Andreadakis, Antony Anghie, Helmut Aust, Petra Bard, Eyal Benvenisti, Nehal Bhuta, Leora Bilsky, Michael Bothe, Kieran Bradley, Jutta Brunée, Karine Caunes, Cai Congyan, Luigi Crema, Jean d’Aspremont, Kevin Davis, Gráinne de Búrca, Katherine Del Mar, Bruno de Witte, Isabel Feichtner, Francesco Francioni, Giorgio Gaia, Kirsty Gover, Vera Gowlland-Debbas, Andrew Guzman, Laurence Helfer, Robert Howse, Jan Klabbers, Nico Krisch, Andrew Lang, Brian Lepard, George Letsas, Doreen Lustig, Marina Mancini, Petros Mavroidis, Marko Milanovic, Christoph Möllers, Sonia Morano-Foadi, Liam Murphy, Burt Neuborne, Tzvika Nissel, Georg Nolte, Alexander Orakhelashvili, Joost Pauwelyn, Jacqueline Peel, Anne Peters, Diarmuid Phelan, Arie Reich, Adam Roberts, Anthea Roberts, Iain Scobbie, Joanne Scott, Gregory Shaffer, Malcolm Shaw, Alexander Sicilianos, Bruno Simma, Guy Sinclair, Thomas Skouteris, Maya Steinitz, Alan Khee Jin Tan, Antonello Tancredi, Ruti Teitel, Ingo Venzke, Frans Viljoen, Armin von Bogdandy, Tania Voon, Matthew Waxman, Wouter Werner.