New Issue of EJIL (Vol. 30 (2019) No. 4) Out Soon

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The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law will be published soon. Over the coming days, we will have a series of editorial posts by Joseph Weiler and Sarah Nouwen, Editors-in-Chief of EJIL. These posts will appear in the Editorial of the new issue. 

Here is the Table of Contents for this new issue:

Editorial

Celebrating Peer Review: EJIL’s Roll of Honour and Announcement of the first EJIL Peer Review Prize; Brexit – Apportioning the Blame; Once Upon a Time in Catalonia…; 10 Good Reads; In This Issue

 

Afterword: Martti Koskenniemi and His Critics

Janne E. Nijman, Grotius’ ‘Rule of Law’ and the Human Sense of Justice: An Afterword to Martti Koskenniemi’s Foreword

Francesca Iurlaro, International Legal Histories as Orders: An Afterword to Martti Koskenniemi’s Foreword

Benjamin Straumann, The Rule of Law: Sociology or Normative Theory? An Afterword to Martti Koskenniemi’s Foreword

Articles

Raffaela Kunz, Judging International Judgments Anew? The Human Rights Courts before Domestic Courts

Michelle Burgis-Kasthala, Entrepreneurial Justice: Syria, the Commission for International Justice and Accountability and the Renewal of International Criminal Justice

Francisco de Abreu Duarte, ‘But the Last Word Is Ours’: The Monopoly of Jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the European Union in Light of the Investment Court System

 

Roaming Charges: Kaleidoscope

 

Symposium: The Psychology of International Law

Anne van Aaken and Tomer Broude, The Psychology of International Law: An Introduction

Anne van Aaken, Experimental Insights for International Legal Theory

Doron Teichman and Eyal Zamir, Nudge Goes International

Anton Strezhnev, Beth A. Simmons and Matthew D. Kim, Rulers or Rules? International Law, Elite Cues and Public Opinion

Tomer Broude and Inbar Levy, Outcome Bias and Expertise in Investigations under International Humanitarian Law

Moshe Hirsch, Cognitive Sociology, Social Cognition and Coping with Racial Discrimination in International Law

Sergio Puig, Debiasing International Economic Law

 

EJIL: Debate!

Nicolas Lamp, How Should We Think about the Winners and Losers from Globalization? Three Narratives and Their Implications for the Redesign of International Economic Agreements

Bernard Hoekman and Douglas Nelson, How Should We Think about the Winners and Losers from Globalization? A Reply to Nicolas Lamp

 

EJIL: Debate!

Wendy Ng, Changing Global Dynamics and International Competition Law: Considering China’s Potential Impact

Eleanor Fox, Changing Global Dynamics and International Competition Law: A Reply to Wendy Ng

 

Impressions: Reviving a Tradition

Pierre-Marie Dupuy, Michel Virally, L’organisation mondiale

 

Book Reviews

Benjamin Mason Meier and Lawrence O. Gostin (eds). Human Rights in Global Health: Rights-Based Governance for a Globalizing World (Gian Luca Burci)

Marcos Zunino. Justice Framed: A Genealogy of Transitional Justice (Mark A. Drumbl)

Ratna Kapur. Gender, Alterity and Human Rights: Freedom in a Fishbowl (Sari Kouvo)

Emily Sipiorski. Good Faith in International Investment Arbitration (Tania Voon)

 

The Last Page

Kalypso Nicolaidis, What kind of Brit shall I be?

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