- JHHW, Editorial: 60 Years since the First European Community – Reflections on Political Messianism
- Symposium: Are Sovereigns Entitled to the Benefit to the International Rule of Law?
- Nehal Bhuta, Are Sovereigns Entitled to the Benefit of the International Rule of Law? An Introduction
- Jeremy Waldron, Are Sovereigns Entitled to the Benefit of the International Rule of Law?
- Alexander Somek, A Bureaucratic Turn?
- Thomas Poole, Sovereign Indignities: International Law as Public Law
- David Dyzenhaus, Positivism and the Pesky Sovereign
- Samantha Besson, Sovereignty, International Law and Democracy
- Jeremy Waldron, Response: The Perils of Exaggeration
- The European Tradition in International Law: Rene-Jean Dupuy
- Pierre-Marie Dupuy, A Transatlantic Friendship: René-Jean Dupuy and Wolfgang Friedmann
- Alix Toublanc, René-Jean Dupuy and the Tragic City. The Surveyor, the Captain and the Poet
- Evelyne Lagrange, The Thoughts of René-Jean Dupuy: Methodology or Poetry of International Law?
- Julien Cantegreil, The Audacity of the Texaco/Calasiatic Award: René-Jean Dupuy and the Internationalization of Foreign Investment Law
- Steven R. Ratner, Law Promotion Beyond Law Talk: The Red Cross, Persuasion, and the Laws of War
- Roaming Charges: Berlin
- EJIL: Debate!
- Susan Marks, What has Become of the Emerging Right to Democratic Governance?
- Steven Wheatley, A Democratic Rule of International Law
- Jean d’Aspremont, The Rise and Fall of Democracy Governance in International Law: A Reply to Susan Marks
- Review Essay
- Michael Waibel, Demystifying the Art of Interpretation
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
New Issue: European Journal of International Law
The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law (Vol. 22, no. 2, May 2011) is out. Contents include: