New Issue of the European Journal of International Law out: Further Discussion of Articles to follow here on this blog!

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The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law has recently been published. This is Volume 20, No. 1. In his editorial, Professor Joseph Weiler (Editor in Chief) reflects on the founding of the Journal 20 years ago and on developments over the first 2o years of EJIL. He also points out that the current Volume of EJIL will be an anniversary volume with anniversary symposia on carefully selected topics in each issue of this volume. The table of contents of the current issue is as follows:

Special Anniversary Article
Martti Koskenniemi, “The Politics of International Law – 20 Years Later

Changing Paradigms in International Law: A Symposium
Benedict Kingsbury, “The Concept of ‘Law’ in Global Administrative Law”
Eyal Benvenisti & George W. Downs, “National Courts, Domestic Democracy, and the Evolution of International Law”
Yuval Shany, “No Longer a Weak Department of Power? Reflections on the Emergence of a New International Judiciary”
Martin A. Schain, “The State Strikes Back: Immigration Policy in the European Union”

Marc Weller, “Settling Self-determination Conflicts: Recent Developments”

EJIL: Debate!
Mónica García-Salmones, “Taking Uncertainty Seriously: Adaptive Governance and International Trade: A Reply to Rosie Cooney and Andrew Lang”
Andrew Lang & Rosie Cooney, “Taking Uncertainty Seriously: Adaptive Governance and International Trade: A Rejoinder to Monica Garcia-Salmones”

Critical Review of Jurisprudence: An Occasional Series
Pasquale De Sena & Maria Chiara Vitucci, “The European Courts and the Security Council: Between Dedoublement Fonctionnel and Balancing of Values”

Abstracts of all of these articles and full texts of some are available, free of charge, on the website of the journal.

One of the purposes of this blog is provide a forum for the discussion of scholarship published in EJIL. To that end we will, in the coming days and weeks, be hosting online symposia on the articles published in this issue. The purpose of these online symposia is to facilitate engagement with and conversations about the work published in the journal. We will invite particular scholars to comment on the articles published in the journal. However, we very much encourage readers to take part in this conversation by providing comments on work published in the journal or on the comments made on those articles.

This week, we will host the EJIL: Debate! between Mónica García-Salmones on the one hand and Rosie Cooney  and Andrew Lang  on the other hand on the topic of “Taking Uncertainty Seriously: Adaptive Governance and International Trade”.

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