Editorials

Page 4 of 34

Filter category

Feature post image

New Issue of EJIL (Vol. 30 (2019) No. 4)- Now Published

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law  (Vol. 30 (2019) No. 4) is now out. As usual, the table of contents of the new issue is available at EJIL’s own website, where readers can access those articles that are freely available without subscription. The free access article in this issue is Michelle Burgis-Kasthala’s Entrepreneurial Justice: Syria, the Commission for International Justice and Accountability and the Renewal of International Criminal Justice. EJIL subscribers have full access to the latest issue of the journal at EJIL’s Oxford University Press site. Apart from articles published in the last 12 months, EJIL articles are freely available on the EJIL website. Over the course of this week, EJIL:Talk! will publish the concluding pieces in the two EJIL: Debates! featured in this issue. Nicolas Lamp whose article, provided three possible narratives on how we could or should think about those who benefit and those who lose from globalization will respond to Bernard Hoekman and Douglas Nelson whose reply to him was published in this issue. Wendy…

Read more

Celebrating Peer Review: EJIL’s Roll of Honour and Announcement of the first EJIL Peer Review Prize

What makes for a good scholar? Brilliant articles and inspiring lectures – important, but not enough. No matter how solitary scholarly work can feel, it is always embedded in and dependent on a community: a community in which ideas are shared, reviewed and discussed. I hope that many of us will be able to think of some scholars…

Read more

Once Upon a Time in Catalonia…

The year 2025 was a turning point in the never-ending Catalan saga. A new Spanish Government, wanting to reach ‘Once and For All Closure’, agreed to endorse a referendum in Catalonia – believing the Remainers would win. They took all necessary constitutional steps to allow the referendum to go ahead. A fierce but orderly campaign ensued.

Read more

Brexit – Apportioning the Blame

The immediate prevailing emotion on the eve of Brexit is a form of relief. It is understandable and benign. The three-year farce has taken its toll. Closure, at last. There is another sense of relief, felt by many, understandable too, though less benign. It is the ‘good riddance’ form of relief. It is easily detected and…

Read more

In This Issue

The last issue of EJIL’s 30th anniversary volume opens with our ‘Afterword’ rubric, in which Janne E. Nijman, Francesca Iurlaro and Benjamin Straumann react to Martti Koskenniemi’s EJIL Foreword, ‘Imagining the Rule of Law: Rereading the Grotian “Tradition”’, published in our first issue of the year. The Articles section opens with a contribution by Raffaela Kunz,…

Read more