The Latest Issue of EJIL To be Published Next Week: Vol. 24 No. 1

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The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law will be published in the next week. Over the course of this week, we will have a series of post by Joseph Weiler – Editor in Chief of EJIL – which will then appear in the Editorial in the issue of the journal that will be published the following week. Here is the Table of Contents of the next issue of EJIL:

Editorial: Differentiated Statehood? ‘Pre-States’? Palestine@the UN; EJIL and EJIL: Talk!; The Strange Case of Dr. Ivana Radačić; Looking Back at EJIL 2012 – The Stats; Changes in the Masthead – Our Scientific Advisory Board; In this Issue

 Just and Unjust Warriors:

Marking the 35th Anniversary of Walzer’s Just and Unjust Wars

 Symposium Editors: Professor Gabriella Blum (Harvard Law School)
and JHH Weiler (Editor-in-Chief, EJIL)

Gabriella Blum and JHH Weiler, Preface

Robert Howse, Thucydides and Just War:  How to Begin to Read Walzer’s Just and Unjust Wars

JHH Weiler and Abby Deshman, Far be it from Thee to Slay the Righteous with the Wicked: An Historical and Historiographical Sketch of the Bellicose Debate Concerning the Distinction between Jus ad Bellum and Jus in Bello

Marko Milanovic, A Non-Response to Weiler and Deshman

Terry Nardin, From Right to Intervene to Duty to Protect: Michael Walzer on Humanitarian Intervention

Anne Orford, Moral Internationalism and the Responsibility to Protect

Michael Glennon, Pre-empting Proliferation: International Law, Morality, and Nuclear Weapons

Jack Goldsmith, How Cyber Changes the Laws of War

Dino Kritsiotis, Enforced Equations

Matthew C. Waxman, Regulating Resort to Force: Form and Substance of the UN Charter Regime

Olivier Corten, Regulating Resort to Force: A Response to Matthew Waxman from a ‘Bright-Liner’

Paul W. Kahn, Imagining Warfare

Samuel Moyn, Drones and Imagination: A Response to Paul Kahn

David Kretzmer, The Inherent Right to Self-Defence and Proportionality in Jus Ad Bellum

Georg Nolte, Multipurpose Self-Defence, Proportionality Disoriented: A Response to David Kretzmer

Antonia Chayes, Chapter VII½: Is Jus Post Bellum Possible?

Guglielmo Verdirame, What to Make of Jus Post Bellum: A Response to Antonia Chayes

Larry May, Jus Post Bellum Proportionality and the Fog of War

Ruti Teitel, Rethinking Jus Post Bellum in an Age of Global Transitional Justice: Engaging with Michael Walzer and Larry May

Niaz A. Shah, The Use of Force under Islamic Law

Andrew F. March and Naz K. Modirzadeh, Ambivalent Universalism? Jus ad Bellum in Modern Islamic Legal Discourse

Gabriella Blum, The Fog of Victory

Charles J. Dunlap, Jr., Some Observations on Gabriella Blum’s ‘Fog of Victory’

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Michael Walzer, Coda: Can the Good Guys Win?

 Roaming Charges: Moments of Dignity: The Pawnbroker, Singapore

Book Reviews 

Mark A. Drumbl, Reimagining Child Soldiers in International Law and Policy (Leena Grover)

Eyal Benvenisti. The International Law of Occupation (Gregory H. Fox)

Anthony Cullen. The Concept of Non-International Armed Conflict in International Humanitarian Law (Wolfgang S. Heinz)

Theodor Meron. The Making of International Criminal Justice. A View from the Bench (Chris Stephen)

Chantal Meloni and Gianni Tognoni (eds). Is There a Court for Gaza? A Test Bench for International Justice (Victor Kattan)


The Last Page

 Charlotte Innes, Burrough Hill

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