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In This Issue – Reviews

This issue features two review essays and two regular reviews. We begin with Carl Landauer’s essay on International Law’s Objects, edited by Jessie Hohmann and Daniel Joyce. Landauer…

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In This Issue

This issue opens with two Letters to the Editors offering very different views on the recent Editorial entitled ‘Cancelling Carl Schmitt’. The Articles section of this…

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International Economic Law in a Time of Global Perils: Omicron and other COVID variants, Climate Change, Human Rights, and Development

The World Trade Organization decided to indefinitely postpone its 12th Ministerial Conference, originally scheduled for this week (30 November to 3 December), due to travel constraints for…

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Announcements: NUS Centre for International Law Position; No More Blackface Lecture; The Psychology of International Law Discussion; CfP Richard Baxter Military Prize

1. NUS Centre for International Law Postdoctoral Fellow Position: Postdoctoral Fellow (International Economic Law Focus) The Centre for International Law (CIL) at the National University of…

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Breaking a Taboo: Fossil Fuels at COP26

For nearly 30 years, the international legal regime addressing climate change has kept largely silent about the major driver of the problem it seeks to address: fossil fuels.

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New Issue of EJIL (Vol. 32 (2021) No. 3) – Now Published

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law  (Vol. 32 (2021) No. 3) is now out. EJIL subscribers have full access to the…

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Still Losing: A Short History of Women in Elections (and By-Elections) for the UN International Law Commission

On 12 November 2021, the UN General Assembly held the sixteenth regular election for the International Law Commission (ILC). As the Assembly extended the…

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From Multilateralism to Minilateralism in International Humanitarian Law Compliance

This is the final post in the joint EJIL:Talk and Articles of War blog series from the Oxford Forum for International Humanitarian Law Compliance.

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UNCITRAL and ISDS Reform (Hybrid): Season 5 – Watching the Grass Grow

Watching UNCITRAL Working Group III over the years has been a bit like viewing a long-running television series. The beginning of the process was exciting as we met…

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Discriminating against Υour Own Nationals: The Peculiar Case of New Zealand Seafarers

As the Covid-19 vaccine rollout continues across many countries, thousands of people have been able to regain a sense of normality in their daily life and employment. This…

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