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Favourite Readings 2018: Discovering (new) classics, better late than never

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Favourite Readings 2018: Discovering (new) classics, better late than never Editor’s note: Continuing a tradition started by Isabel Feichtner a few years ago, EJIL’s Review Editor, Christian J. Tams, invited members of the EJIL board to offer short reflections on their favourite books of the year 2018. In the following days we will …

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EJIL Call for Papers: International Law and Democracy Revisited – The EJIL 30th Anniversary Symposium

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EJIL Call for Papers: International Law and Democracy Revisited – The EJIL 30th Anniversary Symposium EJIL was founded in 1989, coinciding with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the attendant excitement encapsulated by that well-known optimistic/hubristic End of History phraseology, with predictions of liberal democracy to become regnant in …

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The Situation of the Rohingya: Is there a role for the International Court of Justice?

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The Situation of the Rohingya: Is there a role for the International Court of Justice? In April 2017, the UN Human Rights Council established the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar to investigate alleged human rights abuses by military and security forces. The Fact-Finding Mission issued an initial summary reportin August …

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Challenging International Law: What’s New?

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Challenging International Law: What’s New? [Jutta Brunnée is Professor of Law and Metcalf Chair in Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto. This essay is based on a keynote presentation given at the annual conference of the Canadian Council on International Law in Ottawa, on November 2, 2018. It …

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Does the ICC Statute Remove Immunities of State Officials in National Proceedings? Some Observations from the Drafting History of Article 27(2) of the Rome Statute

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Does the ICC Statute Remove Immunities of State Officials in National Proceedings? Some Observations from the Drafting History of Article 27(2) of the Rome Statute Following oral hearings held in September, the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) is currently deliberating in Jordan’s Appeal of the Pre-Trial Chamber’s …

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The Bolton Speech: The Legality of US Retaliatory Action Against Judges and Officials of the International Criminal Court?

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The Bolton Speech: The Legality of US Retaliatory Action Against Judges and Officials of the International Criminal Court? The speech given on Monday by John Bolton, US National Security Adviser, threatening action by the US against the International Criminal Court (ICC) in response to potential ICC investigation of US personnel …

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The Oxford Handbook on the United Nations

The Oxford Handbook on the United Nations Second Edition Edited by Thomas G. Weiss and Sam Daws

The Oxford Handbook on the United Nations Author: Edited by Thomas G. Weiss and Sam Daws ISBN: 9780198803164 Binding: Hardcover Publication Date: 28 August 2018 Price: $125.00 The Oxford Handbook on the United Nations Second Edition Edited by Thomas G. Weiss and Sam Daws Oxford Handbooks Second edition of the …

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EJIL Vol. 29 (2018) No. 2: In This Issue

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EJIL Vol. 29 (2018) No. 2: In This Issue Here is the Table of Contents for this new issue: Editorial Black Lies, White Lies and Some Uncomfortable Truths in and of the International Trading System; Authors of EJIL – Customer Care; In this Issue  Articles Devika Hovell, The Authority of …

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The Quandaries of Data Analysis and Methodologies in Rule of Law, Development, and Human Rights Assessments: New Challenges for UN Special Rapporteurs

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The Quandaries of Data Analysis and Methodologies in Rule of Law, Development, and Human Rights Assessments: New Challenges for UN Special Rapporteurs If Professor Hans Rosling’s famous last opus, Factfulness (April 2018), is to be believed (as well as Bill Gates’ effusive review here), we all tend to have grimmer views of …

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Antarctic Environment Protocol Challenges and Achievements: 20 Years in Force

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Antarctic Environment Protocol Challenges and Achievements: 20 Years in Force Introduction On 4 October 1991, almost 27 years ago, negotiation of the Environmental Protocol to the Antarctic Treaty (the “Protocol”) finished in Madrid. On 14 January 1998, two decades ago, the Protocol made its entry into force. Now, the Protocol is compulsory …

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A new twist in the South China Sea Arbitration: The Chinese Society of International Law’s Critical Study

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A new twist in the South China Sea Arbitration: The Chinese Society of International Law’s Critical Study On Monday 14 May 2018 the Chinese Journal of International Law, an Oxford University Press journal, published an extraordinary 500 page “Critical Study” of the Awards on jurisdiction and the merits in the …

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The Misery of International Law

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The Misery of International Law Author: John Linarelli, Margot Salomon, and Muthucumaraswamy Sornarajah ISBN: 9780198753957 Binding: Hardcover Publication Date: 22 May 2018 Price: $90.00 The Misery of International Law Confrontations with Injustice in the Global Economy John Linarelli, Margot Salomon, and Muthucumaraswamy Sornarajah Examines the role of international law in …

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