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The EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment: a tale of sound and fury

On December 30, the European Commission announced that the European Union and China had reached an agreement in principle on investment, nearly seven years after negotiations began.

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An Irish Claim to Rockall

Due to Brexit, dispute has again arisen between the UK and Ireland over Rockall, a small rock in the North-East Atlantic Ocean, and its surrounding waters. On January…

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Announcements: Brexit Deal Roundtable; International Legal Podcast (Spanish); CfP Populist Transformation of Constitutional Law

1. The Brexit Deal: A Less Perfect Union or a More Flexible Compact Roundtable. The Jean Monnet Center for International and Regional Economic Law &…

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Favourite Reading 2020 – Reading as a Shared Space and a Practice of Solidarity

Caroline Criado Perez, Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men (Chatto & Windus, 2019) Madeline Miller, Circe (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2019)…

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Favourite Readings 2020 – Introduction

At the end of 2014 Isabel Feichtner invited EJIL Board members to reflect on the books that had impacted them that year. This has started a…

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10 Good Reads – Part 2

Editor's Note: Part 1 of 10 Good Reads can be found here.  Witold Gombrowicz, Bacacay (transl. Bill Johnston. Archipelago, 2006) I am a…

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Two Weeks in Review, 9 – 22 November 2020

EJIL:Live!  In this new episode of EJIL: Live! Professor Joseph Weiler, Editor in Chief of EJIL, speaks with Jan Klabbers, Professor of International Law at the University of…

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The Proposed Genocide Amendment to the UK Trade Bill: Paper Tiger or Self-Inflicted Wound?

Something is distinctly off with the UK’s engagement with public international law. Whether it be the Overseas Operations Bill, which last week passed its third reading…

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The Oxford Statement on International Law Protections Against Foreign Electoral Interference through Digital Means

Election insecurity constitutes a dangerous global threat. Thirteen prominent intelligence experts stated, in a brief filed in U.S. federal court, that: “Over the last several years, evidence…

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Editorial: The UK Taken in Adultery. Who Will Cast the First Stone?

And the scribes and Pharisees brought unto him a woman taken in adultery; and when they had set her in the midst,[t]hey say unto him, Master, this…

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