- JHHW, Crime and Punishment: The Reification and Deification of the State (A Footnote to the Syria Debate); House-keeping: Anonymity; In this Issue
- Andrew Guzman, International Organizations and the Frankenstein Problem
- Geraldo Vidigal, From Bilateral to Multilateral Law-Making: Legislation, Practice, Evolution and the Future of Inter-Se Agreements in the WTO
- Symposium: The International Law Commission’s Guide to Practice on Reservations to Treaties
- Marko Milanovic & Linos-Alexander Sicilianos, Reservations to Treaties: An Introduction
- Alain Pellet, The ILC Guide to Practice on Reservations to Treaties: A General Presentation by the Special Rapporteur
- Michael Wood, Institutional Aspects of the Guide to Practice on Reservations
- Daniel Muller, Reservations and Time: Is There Only One Right Moment to Formulate and to React to Reservations?
- Ineta Ziemele & Lasma Liede, Reservations to Human Rights Treaties: From Draft Guideline 3.1.12 to Guideline 220.127.116.11
- Roaming Charges: Places of Destruction and Rebirth: A Remnant of the Kraków Ghetto Wall
- EJIL: Debate!
- Andrew Williams, The European Convention on Human Rights, the EU and the UK: Confronting a Heresy
- Stelios Andreadakis, The European Convention on Human Rights, the EU and the UK: Confronting a Heresy: A Reply to Andrew Williams
- EJIL: Debate!
- Rosa Raffaelli, Horizontal Review between International Organizations: A Reply to Abigail C. Deshman
- Abigail C. Deshman, Horizontal Review between International Organizations: A Rejoinder to Rosa Raffaelli
- Critical Review of International Governance
- Gurdial Nijar, Traditional Knowledge Systems, International Law and National Challenges: Marginalization or Emancipation?
- Review Essay
- Christian Djeffal, Commentaries on the Law of Treaties: A Review Essay Reflecting on the Genre of Commentaries
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
New Issue: European Journal of International Law
The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law (Vol. 24, no. 4, November 2013) is out. Contents include: