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European Journal of International Law - Volume 32, Issue 3, August 2021

European Journal of International Law – Volume 32, Issue 3, August 2021

European Journal of International Law - Volume 32, Issue 3, August 2021

European Journal of International Law

Volume 32, Issue 3, August 2021

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.

CONTENIDO

Letters to the Editors
Cancelling Schmitt
Freddy Sourgens

Cancelling Schmitt
Tara Van Ho

Editorial
Editorial: Brexit, the Irish Protocol and the ‘Versailles Effect’; In This Issue; In This Issue – Reviews: Brexit, the Irish Protocol and the ‘Versailles Effect’

Articles
Preventing the Bad from Getting Worse: The End of the World (Trade Organization) As We Know It?
Bernard M Hoekman, Petros C Mavroidis

‘Cyber Due Diligence’: A Patchwork of Protective Obligations in International Law
Antonio Coco, Talita de Souza Dias

Reparations: To What End? Developing the State’s Positive Duties to Address Socio-economic Harms in Post-conflict Settings through the European Court of Human Rights
Felix E Torres

In Dubio Mitius: Advancing Clarity and Modesty in Treaty Interpretation
Johannes Hendrik Fahner

EJIL: Debate!
Beyond Tehran and Nairobi: Can Attacks against Embassies Serve as a Basis for the Invocation of Self-defence?
Gábor Kajtár, Gergő Barna Balázs

Can Attacks against Embassies Serve as a Basis for the Invocation of Self-Defence? A Reply to Gábor Kajtár and Gergő Balázs
Tom Ruys

EJIL: Debate!
Dissenting Opinions and Rights Protection in the European Court: A Reply to Laurence Helfer and Erik Voeten
Alec Stone Sweet, Wayne Sandholtz, Mads Andenas

Walking Back Dissents on the European Court of Human Rights: A Rejoinder to Alec Stone Sweet, Wayne Sandholtz and Mads Andenas
Laurence R Helfer, Erik Voeten

Roaming Charges: Places with a Soul
Roaming Charges: Places with a Soul – Pining for Re-entry

Critical Review of Governance
‘Soft Law’, Informal Lawmaking and ‘New Institutions’ in the Global Counter-Terrorism Architecture
Fionnuala Ní Aoláin

Book Review Symposium: Martti Koskenniemi, To the Uttermost Parts of the Earth: Legal Imagination and International Power, 1300-1870
‘Let us suppose that universals do not exist’: Bricoleur and Bricolage in Martti Koskenniemi’s To the Uttermost Parts of the Earth
Nehal Bhuta

Of Sovereign Kings and Propertied Subjects: Beginnings and Alternatives: Chapter 1: Legal Imagination in a Christian World
Julia Costa Lopez

The Law That Wasn’t There: Chapter 2: The Political Theology of Ius Gentium – The Expansion of Spain 1524–1559
Luigi Nuzzo

Disenchanting Gentili: Chapter 3: Italian Lessons. Ius Gentium and Reason of States
Francesca Iurlaro

Is the Law the Soul of the State? Chapter 4: The Rule of Law – Grotius
Benjamin Straumann

Delegating Sovereignty: Chapter 5: Governing Sovereignty: Negotiating French Absolutism in Europe
Daniel Lee

Historical Imagination: Reason, Revolution, Restoration: Chapter 6: European Public Law 1715–1804
Gabriella Silvestrini

A Mediterranean View on Slavery and French Empire: Chapter 7: Colonies, Companies, Slaves: French Dominium in the World, 1627–1804
Gillian Weiss

From the Margins to the Centre: The Law of Nature and of Nations in England and Britain: Chapter 8: The Law and Economics of State-Building: England c.1450–c.1650
Sarah Mortimer

Time for Federalist Speculation: Chapter 9: Giving Law to the World – England, 1635–1830
Thomas Poole

Risking a Colonial Anticolonialism: Chapter 10: Global Law: Ruling the British Empire
Priya Satia

Contexts of Early Modern German Legal Imagination: On Transformations of German Natural Law – Governing the State-Machine: Chapter 11: A Science of State-Machines
Ere Nokkala

‘Like a Tree in the Garden of State Sciences’: From Staatswissenschaften to External Public Law: Chapter 12: The End of Natural Law: German Freedom 1734–1821
Nehal Bhuta

‘Stuck in Salamanca’: A Response
Martti Koskenniemi

Review Essays
The Stuff of International Law
Carl Landauer

The Politics of the Moot Court
David M Scott, Ukri Soirila

Book Reviews
Mai Taha, Review of Cait Storr, International Status in the Shadow of Empire: Nauru and the Histories of International Law
Mai Taha

Fabian Simon Eichberger, Review of Gus van Harten, The Trouble with Foreign Investor Protection
Fabian Simon Eichberger

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