Monday, October 10, 2016

New Issue: European Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law (Vol. 27, no. 3, August 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Editorial
    • JHHW, Continent in Crisis; There is Chutzpah and Then There is David Cameron; On My Way Out – Advice to Young Scholars III: Edited Books; From the Editor’s Mailbag; Conflicts of Interest in the Editorial Process; In this Issue
  • Articles
    • Turkuler Isiksel, European Exceptionalism and the EU’s Accession to the ECHR
    • Nora Markard, The Right to Leave by Sea: Legal Limits on EU Migration Control by Third Countries
    • Michal Saliternik, Perpetuating Democratic Peace: Procedural Justice in Peace Negotiations
    • Armin Steinbach, The Trend towards Non-Consensualism in Public International Law: A (Behavioural) Law and Economics Perspective
    • Daniel Augenstein, Paradise Lost: Sovereign State Interest, Global Resource Exploitation and the Politics of Human Rights
  • New Voices: A Selection from the Fourth Annual Junior Faculty Forum for International Law
    • Surabhi Ranganathan, Global Commons
    • Deborah Whitehall, A Rival History of Self-Determination
    • Philippa Webb, The Immunity of States, Diplomats and International Organizations in Employment Disputes: The New Human Rights Dilemma?
    • Maria Varaki, Introducing a Fairness-Based Theory of Prosecutorial Legitimacy before the International Criminal Court
    • Arman Sarvarian, Codifying the Law of State Succession: A Futile Endeavour?
  • Roaming Charges: Places of Strife: The Graffiti Wall by Tahrir Square, Cairo
  • Critical Review of International Jurisprudence
    • Miles Jackson, Freeing Soering: The ECHR, State Complicity in Torture and Jurisdiction
  • Review Essay
    • Ingo Venzke, Cracking the Frame? On the Prospects of Change in a World of Struggle
  • Re-lecture
    • Alexandra Kemmerer, Editing Rosa: Luxemburg, the Revolution, and the Politics of Infantilization