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European Journal of International Law - Volume 30, Issue 2, May 2019

European Journal of International Law – Volume 30, Issue 2, May 2019

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European Journal of International Law

Volume 30, Issue 2, May 2019

ISSN: 0938-5428, EISSN: 1464-3596

The European Journal of International Law is firmly established as one of the world’s leading journals in its field. With its distinctive combination of theoretical and practical approaches to the issues of international law, the journal offers readers a unique opportunity to stay in touch with the latest developments in this rapidly evolving area. 

Each issue of the EJIL provides a forum for the exploration of the conceptual and theoretical dimensions of international law as well as for up-to-date analysis of topical issues.

Additionally, it is the only journal to provide systematic coverage of the relationship between international law and the law of the European Union and its Member States.

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Contents
Editorial: Editor-in-Chief Sarah M.H. Nouwen; Best Practice – Writing a Peer-Review Report; In This Issue

Articles
Michal Ovádek and Ines Willemyns, International Law of Customs Unions: Conceptual Variety, Legal Ambiguity and Diverse Practice
Miles Jackson, State Instigation in International Law: A General Principle Transposed
Paolo Amorosa, Pioneering International Women’s Rights? The US National Woman’s Party and the 1933 Montevideo Equal Rights Treaties

‘Hospital Shields’ and International Humanitarian Law – An Exchange Neve Gordon and Nicola Perugini, ‘Hospital Shields’ and the Limits of International Law
Yishai Beer, Save the Injured – Don’t Kill IHL: Rejecting Absolute Immunity for ‘Shielding Hospitals’

Those who Teach and Those who Learn: International Law as an Academic Discipline
Ryan Scoville and Mark Berlin, Who Studies International Law? Explaining Cross-national Variation in Compulsory International Legal Education
Sondre Torp Helmersen, Finding ‘the Most Highly Qualified Publicists’: Lessons from the International Court of Justice

Roaming Charges: Do Not Discard

Symposium: International Law and Economic Exploitation in the Global Commons

Isabel Feichtner and Surabhi Ranganathan, International Law and Economic Exploitation in the Global Commons: Introduction
Matt Craven, ‘Other Spaces’: Constructing the Legal Architecture of a Cold War Commons and the Scientific-Technical Imaginary of Outer Space
Surabhi Ranganathan, Ocean Floor Grab: International Law and the Making of an Extractive Imaginary
Isabel Feichtner, Sharing the Riches of the Sea: The Redistributive and Fiscal Dimension of Deep Seabed Exploitation
Karin Mickelson, Common Heritage of Mankind as a Limit to Exploitation of the Global Commons

Critical Review of Jurisprudence
Cosette D. Creamer and Zuzanna Godzimirska Trust in the Court: The Role of the Registry of the European Court of Human Rights

Book Reviews
Charles T. Kotuby Jr and Luke A. Sobota, General Principles of Law and International Due Process: Principles and Norms Applicable in Transnational Disputes (Martins Paparinskis)
Mihir Kanade, The Multilateral Trading System and Human Rights: A Governance Space Theory on Linkages (Ole Kristian Fauchald)
Mathias Forteau and Jean-Marc Thouvenin (eds), Traité de droit international de la mer (CEDIN) (Volker Roeben)

The Last Page
Friedrich Schiller, An die Freude/Hymn to Joy

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