Friday, July 26, 2019

New Issue: European Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law (Vol. 30, no. 2, May 2019) is out Contents include:
  • Editorial
    • JHHW, Editor-in-Chief Sarah M. H. Nouwen; Best Practice – Writing a Peer-Review Report; In this Issue
  • Articles
    • Michal Ovádek & Ines Willemyns, International Law of Customs Unions: Conceptual Variety, Legal Ambiguity and Diverse Practice
    • Miles Jackson, State Instigation in International Law: A General Principle Transposed
    • Paolo Amorosa, Pioneering International Women’s Rights? The US National Woman’s Party and the 1933 Montevideo Equal Rights Treaties
  • ‘Hospital Shields’ and International Humanitarian Law – An Exchange
    • Neve Gordon & Nicola Perugini, ‘Hospital Shields‘ and the Limits of International Law
    • Yishai Beer, Save the Injured – Don’t Kill IHL: Rejecting Absolute Immunity for ‘Shielding Hospitals’
  • Those who Teach and Those who Learn: International Law as an Academic Discipline
    • Ryan Scoville & Mark Berlin, Who Studies International Law? Explaining Cross-national Variation in Compulsory International Legal Education
    • Sondre Torp Helmersen, Finding ‘the Most Highly Qualified Publicists’: Lessons from the International Court of Justice
  • Roaming Charges: Do Not Discard
  • Symposium: International Law and Economic Exploitation in the Global Commons
    • Isabel Feichtner & Surabhi Ranganathan, International Law and Economic Exploitation in the Global Commons: Introduction
    • Matt Craven, ‘Other Spaces’: Constructing the Legal Architecture of a Cold War Commons and the Scientific-Technical Imaginary of Outer Space
    • Surabhi Ranganathan, Ocean Floor Grab: International Law and the Making of an Extractive Imaginary
    • Isabel Feichtner, Sharing the Riches of the Sea: The Redistributive and Fiscal Dimension of Deep Seabed Exploitation
    • Karin Mickelson, Common Heritage of Mankind as a Limit to Exploitation of the Global Commons
  • Critical Review of Jurisprudence
    • Cosette D. Creamer & Zuzanna Godzimirska, Trust in the Court: The Role of the Registry of the European Court of Human Rights
  • Book Reviews
    • Martins Paparinskis, reviewing Charles T. Kotuby Jr & Luke A. Sobota, General Principles of Law and International Due Process: Principles and Norms Applicable in Transnational Disputes
    • Ole Kristian Fauchald, reviewing Mihir Kanade, The Multilateral Trading System and Human Rights: A Governance Space Theory on Linkages
    • Volker Roeben, reviewing Mathias Forteau & Jean-Marc Thouvenin eds., Traité de droit international de la mer
  • The Last Page
    • Friedrich Schiller, An die Freude/Hymn to Joy