New Issue of EJIL (Vol. 25: No. 4) Out Wednesday

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The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law will be published Wednesday. Beginning tomorrow, we will have a series of posts by Joseph Weiler – Editor in Chief of EJIL – plus a Guest Editorial by Laurence Boisson de Chazournes and André Nollkaemper, respectively, former and current Presidents of ESIL. These posts will appear in the Editorial in the upcoming issue. Here is the Table of Contents:


Guest Editorial: Ten Years of ESIL – Reflections; European Hypocrisy: TTIP and ISDS; Masthead Changes; Roll of Honour; In this Issue; Christmas Reading? Christmas Gifts? Some Suggestions from the Editor-in-Chief


Jochen von Bernstorff, International Legal Scholarship as a Cooling Medium in International Law and Politics

Kristina Daugirdas, Reputation and the Responsibility of International Organizations

Richard Bellamy, The Democratic Legitimacy of International Human Rights Conventions: Political Constitutionalism and the European Convention on Human Rights

Oisin Suttle, Equality in Global Commerce: Towards a Political Theory of International Economic Law

EJIL: Debate!

Lorand Bartels, The EU’s Human Rights Obligations in Relation to Policies with Extraterritorial Effects

Enzo Cannizzaro, The EU’s Human Rights Obligations in Relation to Policies with Extraterritorial Effects: A Reply to Lorand Bartels

Roaming Charges: Places of Permanence and Transition: On the Mekong River

The European Tradition in International Law

Helmut Philipp Aust, From Diplomat to Academic Activist: André Mandelstam and the History of Human Rights

Reut Yael Paz, A Forgotten Kelsenian? The Story of Helen Silving-Ryu (1906-1993)

Critical Review of International Governance

Thomas Schultz and Cédric Dupont, Investment Arbitration: Promoting the Rule of Law or Over-empowering Investors? A Quantitative Empirical Study

Review Essay

Elizabeth Stubbins Bates, Sophisticated Constructivism in Human Rights Compliance Theory. Review of Ryan Goodman and Derek Jinks, Socializing States: Promoting Human Rights Through International Law; Courtney Hillebrecht, Domestic Politics and International Human Rights Tribunals: The Problem of Compliance; Thomas Risse, Stephen C. Ropp, and Kathryn Sikkink (eds), The Persistent Power of Human Rights: From Commitment to Compliance


 Hanne Sophie Greve, A Dictionary of Maqiao – In Medias Res

 Book Reviews

Friedrich Kratochwil. The Status of Law in World Society: Meditations on the Role and Rule of Law (Jan Klabbers)

Isabel V. Hull. A Scrap of Paper. Breaking and Making of International Law during the Great War (Oliver Diggelmann)

Mark Levene. The Crisis of Genocide. Vol. I: Devastation. The European Rimlands 1912–1938. Volume II: Annihilation. The European Rimlands 1939–1953 (Peter Hilpold)

Marc Jacob. Precedents and Case-based Reasoning in the European Court of Justice: Unfinished Business; Valériane König. Präzedenzwirkung internationaler Schiedssprüche: Dogmatisch-empirische Analysen zur Handels- und Investitionsschiedsgerichtsbarkeit[The precedential effect of international arbitral awards: Doctrinal and empirical analyses of the Commercial and Investment Arbitration] (Niels Petersen)

The Last Page

 Jonathan Shaw, A Pronunciation Lesson


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