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European Journal of International Law - Volume 33, Issue 2, May 2022

European Journal of International Law – Volume 33, Issue 2, May 2022

European Journal of International Law - Volume 33, Issue 2, May 2022

European Journal of International Law

Volume 33, Issue 2, May 2022

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

Editorial
Editorial: Altneueland – European Law Open Published by Cambridge University Press: Welcome; In This Issue; In This Issue – Reviews

Articles
Intergovernmental Yet Dynamically Expansive: Concordance Legalization as an Alternative Regional Trading Arrangement in ASEAN and Beyond
Hsien-Li Tan

Trade Defence Instruments: A New Tool for the European Union’s Extractivism
Victor Crochet

Infecting the Mind: Establishing Responsibility for Transboundary Disinformation
Henning Lahmann

Strategic Litigation before the International Court of Justice: Evaluating Impact in the Campaign for Rohingya Rights
Michael Ramsden

EJIL: Debate Reply!
Behavioural Economics and ISDS Reform: A Response to Maria Laura Marceddu and Pietro Ortolani
Thomas D Grant, F Scott Kieff

EJIL: Debate!
Jurisdiction Unbound: (Extra)territorial Regulation as Global Governance
Nico Krisch

Cooperative National Regulation to Secure Transnational Public Goods: A Reply to Nico Krisch
Roger O’Keefe

EJIL: Debate!
WTO Rulings and the Veil of Anonymity
Joost Pauwelyn, Krzysztof Pelc

Are the Fingerprints of WTO Staff on Panel Rulings a Problem? A Reply to Joost Pauwelyn and Krzysztof Pelc
Armin Steinbach

Roaming Charges: Places with a Soul
Benedictine Monastery in Abu Ghosh

Critical Review of Governance
The Legal Effects of the New Presidential System on Turkey’s Treaty-Making Practice
Ceren Zeynep Pirim

Not That Assertive: The EU’s Take on Enforcement of Labour Obligations in Its Free Trade Agreement with South Korea
Aleydis Nissen

Critical Review of Jurisprudence
Jura Novit Curia and the European Court of Human Rights
Mathias Möschel

An SPS Dispute without Science? The Fukushima Case and the Dichotomy of Science/Non-Science Obligations under the SPS Agreement
Ching-Fu Lin, Yoshiko Naiki

Review Essay
International Law and the Rage against Scienticism
Jean d’Aspremont

Book Reviews
Jade Roberts, Review of Mira L. Siegelberg, Statelessness: A Modern History
Jade Roberts, PhD Candidate

Jan Klabbers, Review of Jens Steffek, International Organization as Technocratic Utopia
Jan Klabbers

Alexandra Hofer, Review of Gavin Sullivan, The Law of the List: UN Counterterrorism Sanctions and the Politics of Global Security Law
Alexandra Hofer

Paolo Palchetti, Review of Hadi Azari, La demande reconventionnelle devant la Cour internationale de Justice
Paolo Palchetti

Ingo Venzke, Review of Sigrid Boysen, Die postkoloniale Konstellation: Natürliche Ressourcen und das Völkerrecht der Moderne
Ingo Venzke

The Last Page

Ver también

Guyana / Venezuela: a propósito de las medidades provisionales ordenadas por la Corte Internacional de Justicia (CIJ)

Nicolas Boeglin, Profesor de Derecho Internacional Público, Facultad de Derecho, Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR). …

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