Wanshu Cong

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Wanshu Cong is Associate Editor of The European Journal of International Law

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In This Issue

The Editorial in this issue looks back on the year in peer reviewing, with gratitude to all those colleagues who took on manuscript reviews, with some perplexity about the ongoing difficulties in peer reviewing, and with congratulations to our Peer Reviewer Prize winner. In addition, as is our custom in the period leading to the Holiday Season, we…

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In this Issue

The Articles section opens with a contribution by Stewart Manley, Pardis Moslemzadeh Tehrani, and Rajah Rasiah on the non-use of African Law by the International Criminal Court. The authors argue that the ICC should be more open to citing materials from Africa and other countries of the Global South, especially, but not only, when it identifies general principles.

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In This Issue

This issue, and this Volume, open with the EJIL Foreword by Antony Anghie. Anghie walks us through the long march of Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL) scholarship and offers a sweeping, systematic, and personal account of TWAIL’s evolution and its restoration and rethinking of international law. Looking towards the future, Anghie argues that TWAIL concerns not…

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