New Issue of EJIL (Vol. 31 (2020) No. 4) 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

Peer Review – Institutional Hypocrisy and Author Ambivalence; EJIL Roll of Honour; EJIL Peer Review Prize; Letters to the Editors; Legal/Illegal; 10 Good Reads; In This Issue

Letters to the Editors: Danae Azaria

Afterword: The Guiding Principles on Shared Responsibility in International Law and Its Critics

B.S. Chimni, The Articles on State Responsibility and the Guiding Principles of Shared Responsibility: A TWAIL Perspective

Lorenzo Gasbarri, On the Benefit of Reinventing the Wheel: The Notion of Single Internationally Wrongful Act

Vladyslav Lanovoy, The Guiding Principles on Shared Responsibility in International Law: Too Much or Too Little?

Odette Murray, Liability in solidum in the Law of International Responsibility: A Comment on Guiding Principle 7

Federica I. Paddeu, Shared Non-responsibility in International Law? Defences and the Responsibility of Co-perpetrators and Accessories in the SHARES Principles

 Articles

Frédéric Gilles Sourgens, The Precaution Presumption

Steven R. Ratner, The Aggravating Duty of Non-Aggravation

Yury Rovnov, Appropriate Level of Protection: The Most Misconceived Notion of WTO Law 

Heidi Nichols Haddad, When Global Becomes Municipal: US Cities Localizing Unratified International Human Rights Law

The Theatre of International Law

Mickey Zar, Piracy: A Treasure Box of Otherness

Roaming Charges: COVID Autumn 

The European Tradition in International Law: Camilo Barcia Trelles

Ignacio de la Rasilla, Camilo Barcia Trelles in and beyond Vitoria’s Shadow (1888-1977)

Randall Lesaffer, The Cradle of International Law: Camilo Barcia Trelles on Francisco de Vitoria at The Hague (1927)

Juan Pablo Scarfi, Camilo Barcia Trelles on the Meaning of the Monroe Doctrine and the Legacy of Vitoria in the Americas

José María Beneyto, Camilo Barcia Trelles on Francisco de Vitoria – At the Crossroads of Carl Schmitt’s Grossraum and James Brown Scott’s ‘Modern International Law’

Review Essays

Cait Storr, ‘The War Rages On’: Expanding Concepts of Decolonization in International Law. Review of Jochen von Bernstorff and Philipp Dann, eds., The Battle for International Law: South-North Perspectives on the Decolonization Era

Simon Chesterman, Can International Law Survive a Rising China? Review of Congyan Cai, The Rise of China and International Law: Taking Chinese Exceptionalism Seriously

Jean d’Aspremont, Belgium and the Fabrication of the International Legal Discipline. Review of Vincent Genin, Le laboratoire belge du droit international: Une communauté épistémique et internationale de juristes (1869–1914)

 Impressions

Erika de Wet, Twenty-Five-Years of Dugard’s International Law: A Lasting Impression

Book Reviews

Filippo Fontanelli, Review of Santi Romano, The Legal Order

Sarah Dunstan, Review of Christopher R. Rossi, Whiggish International Law: Elihu Root, the Monroe Doctrine, and International Law in the Americas

Catherine O’Rourke, Review of Gina Heathcote, Feminist Dialogues on International Law: Successes, Tensions, Futures

Anne Peters, Review of Anna Chadwick, Law and the Political Economy of Hunger

Dimitri Van den Meerssche, Review of Rebecca Schmidt, Regulatory Integration Across Borders: Public–Private Cooperation in Transnational Regulation

Fuad Zarbiyev, Review of Rose Parfitt, The Process of International Legal Reproduction: Inequality, Historiography, Resistance

Mavluda Sattorova, Review of Jérémie Gilbert, Natural Resources and Human Rights: An Appraisal

David Schneiderman, Review of Markus Krajewski and Rhea Tamara Hoffman, eds., Research Handbook on Foreign Direct Investment

Jean Ho, Review of Aikaterini Florou, Contractual Renegotiations And International Investment Arbitration. A Relational Contract Theory Interpretation of Investment Treaties

Esmé Shirlow, Review of Martin Jarrett, Contributory Fault and Investor Misconduct in Investment Arbitration

Christine Schwöbel-Patel, Review of Maria Elander, Figuring Victims in International Criminal Justice: The Case of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

Henry Lovat, Review of Kamari Maxine Clarke, Affective Justice: The International Criminal Court and the Pan-Africanist Pushback

 The Last Page

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