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New Issue of EJIL (Vol. 27 (2016) No. 4) Published

New Issue of EJIL (Vol. 27 (2016) No. 4) Published

European Journal of International LawThe latest issue of the European Journal of International Law (Vol.27, No. 3) is out today. As usual, the table of contents of the new issue is available at EJIL’s own website, where readers can access those articles that are freely available without subscription. The free access article in this issue is Simon Chesterman’s Asia’s Ambivalence about International Law and Institutions: Past, Present and Futures. EJIL subscribers have full access to the latest issue of the journal at EJIL’s Oxford University Press site. Apart from articles published in the last 12 months, EJIL articles are freely available on the EJIL website.


  • JHHW,
    Editorial: On My Way Out IV – Teaching; Emma Thomas – May the Force Be with You!; EJIL Roll of Honour; In this Issue (free fulltext)

EJIL: Keynote

  • Philippe Sands,
    Reflections on International Judicialization (abstract)


  • Vincent Chetail,
    Sovereignty and Migration in the Doctrine of the Law of Nations: An Intellectual History of Hospitality from Vitoria to Vattel (abstract)
  • Jan Martin Lemnitzer,
    International Commissions of Inquiry and the North Sea Incident: A Model for a MH17 Tribunal? (abstract)

Symposium: Focus on Asia

  • Simon Chesterman,
    Asias Ambivalence about International Law and Institutions: Past, Present and Futures (abstract) (free fulltext)
  • Melissa H. Loja,
    Status Quo Post Bellum and the Legal Resolution of the Territorial Dispute between China and Japan over the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands (abstract)
  • Zhiguang Yin,
    Heavenly Principles? The Translation of International Law in 19th-century China and the Constitution of Universality (abstract)

Symposium: Whaling in the Antarctic

  • Enzo Cannizzaro,
    Whaling into a Spider Web? The Multiple International Restraints to States Sovereignty
  • Jean d’Aspremont,
    The International Court of Justice, the Whales, and the Blurring of the Lines between Sources and Interpretation (abstract)
  • Stefan Raffeiner,
    Organ Practice in the Whaling Case: Consensus and Dissent between Subsequent Practice, Other Practice and a Duty to Give Due Regard (abstract)
  • Enzo Cannizzaro,
    Proportionality and Margin of Appreciation in the Whaling Case: Reconciling Antithetical Doctrines? (abstract)

Roaming Charges

  • Roaming Charges: Moments of Dignity: The Young and the Old (free fulltext)

Afterword: Robert Howse and His Critics

  • Hélène Ruiz Fabri,
    The WTO Appellate Body or Judicial Power Unleashed: Sketches from the Procedural Side of the Story (abstract)
  • Bernard Hoekman,
    The World Trade Order: Global Governance by Judiciary? (abstract)
  • Andrew Lang,
    The Judicial Sensibility of the WTO Appellate Body (abstract)
  • Petros C. Mavroidis,
    The Gang That Couldnt Shoot Straight: The Not So Magnificent Seven of the WTO Appellate Body (abstract)
  • Joost Pauwelyn,
    The WTO 20 Years On: ‘Global Governance by Judiciary or, Rather, Member-driven Settlement of (Some) Trade Disputes between (Some) WTO Members? (abstract)
  • Robert Howse,
    The WTO 20 Years On: A Reply to the Responses


  • Anne-Charlotte Martineau,
    Georges Scelles Study of the Slave Trade: French Solidarism Revisited (abstract)
  • Oliver Lepsius,
    Hans Kelsen on Dante Alighieris Political Philosophy (abstract)

Book Reviews

  • Steven R. Ratner. The Thin Justice of International Law: A Moral Reckoning of the Law of Nations (David Roth-Isigkeit)
  • Arnulf Becker Lorca. Mestizo International Law: A Global Intellectual History 1842-1933 (Jochen von Bernstorff)
  • Louise Chappell. The Politics of Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court: Legacies and Legitimacy (Anna von Gall)

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