New Issue of EJIL (Vol. 31 (2020) No. 2) Out This Week

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The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law will be published this week. 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

Gender in Academic Publishing; The Legality of the Israeli Annexation – Redux; In This Issue

Articles

Maria Laura Marceddu and Pietro Ortolani, What is Wrong with Investment Arbitration? Evidence from a Set of Behavioural Experiments.

Daniel Statman, Raanan Sulitzeanu-Kenan, Micha Mandel, Michael Skerker and Steven De Wijze, Unreliable Protection: An Experimental Study of Experts’ In-Bello Proportionality Decisions

Jasenka Ferizović, The Case of Female War Criminals: Exploratory Insights and New Research Directions

Symposium: Theorizing International Organizations Law

Jan Klabbers and Guy Fiti Sinclair, Introduction: On Theorizing International Organizations Law: Editors’ Introduction

Jochen von Bernstorff, Hans Kelsen and Josef L. Kunz on the Construction of a Corporate Edifice for International Organisation

Guy Fiti Sinclair, Wilfred Jenks and the Futures of International Organizations Law

Evelyne Lagrange, Functionalism according to Paul Reuter: Playing a Lone Hand

Jan Klabbers, Schermer’s Dilemma

Ian Johnstone, Louis Sohn’s Legacy

Umut Ozsu, Georges Abi-Saab on Dag Hammarskjöld and the Congo Crisis

Roaming Charges: Still Life Portrait

 Focus: Human Rights and Science

Anna-Maria Hubert, The Human Right to Science and its Relationship to International Environmental Law

Jacqueline Peel, The ‘Rights’ Way to Democratize the Science-Policy Interface in International Environmental Law?: A Reply to Anna-Maria Hubert

Rumiana Yotova and Bartha M. Knoppers, The Right to Benefit from Science and Its Implications for Genomic Data Sharing

EJIL: Debates!

Andreas J. Ullmann and Andreas von Staden, Challenges and Pitfalls in Research on Compliance with the ‘Views’ of UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies: A Reply to Vera Shikhelman

Jochen von Bernstorff, Is IHL a Sham? A Reply to Eyal Benvenisti and Doreen Lustig

Eyal Benvenisti and Doreen Lustig, Beyond the ‘Sham’ Critique and the Narrative of Humanitarianism: A Rejoinder to Jochen von Bernstorff

Changing the Guards – Part II

Daniel Sarmiento, The Juncker Presidency – A Study in Character

Review Essays

Jan Klabbers, The Days of Wine and Roses. Review of Rosalyn Higgins, Philippa Webb, Dapo Akande, Sandesh Sivakumaran and James Sloan, Oppenheim’s International Law: United Nations

Christiane Ahlborn, The Allocation of International Responsibility Between International Organizations and Their Member States: A Case of Indirect Responsibility? Review of Nikolaos Voulgaris, Allocating International Responsibility Between Member States and International Organizations

Book Reviews

Fernando Lusa Bordin, The Analogy between States and International Organizations (Samantha Besson)

Éric David, Droit des organisations internationales (Frédéric Dopagne)

Gerhard Ullrich, The Law of the International Civil Service (Lorenzo Gasbarri)

The Last Page

Judge Epitácio Pessoa, A Selection

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