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Rabia Balkhi – The Legacy of a Medieval Poet in Afghanistan

Readers of EJIL will be quite familiar with our regular rubrics – Roaming Charges and The Last Page. The photographs and poems we publish in these sections of…

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EJIL Roll of Honour; 2021 EJIL Peer Reviewer Prize; Changes in the Masthead

EJIL Roll of Honour EJIL relies on the good will of colleagues in the international law community who generously devote their time and energy to act as peer…

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In This Issue

The last issue of 2021 opens with an article by Fuad Zarbiyev, who undertakes a critical examination of the privileged status that the judicial representation of international law…

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In This Issue

This issue opens with an article by Andreas von Arnauld, who discusses state responsibility for past injustices apparently considered legal at the time. To mitigate the problem of…

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Vital Statistics

What’s in a number? Or better, what’s in a set of numbers? As many of our readers know, we draw up the EJIL Vital Statistics each year in…

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The Unequal Impact of the Pandemic on Scholars with Care Responsibilities: What Can Journals (and Others) Do?

COVID-19 has been devastating in all sorts of ways for communities and individuals everywhere, exacerbating existing inequalities and structural injustices, such as those pertaining to race, gender, and…

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Cancelling Carl Schmitt?

Sooner or later, I have been telling myself, we, too, editors of learned journals and the like will face this issue, which has been at the centre of…

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In This Issue – Reviews

If we think of reviews, in an old-fashioned way, as conversations about books, then this Issue marks a return to some of EJIL’s favourite topics. Investment law, the law of treaties…

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On My Way In II: Countering Gender Stereotypes in Letters of Reference and Shifting Academic Valorization While We Are at It

It is that time of year again. After months (October-December) of producing one letter of reference after another, it is the season to collect those written by colleagues.

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In this Issue; Changes in the Masthead

In this Issue The first issue of 2021 is dedicated to an EJIL Symposium on International Law and Democracy Revisited. This Symposium is the outcome of a process…

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