Issue Vol. 28 (2017) No. 2

Editorial

  • JHHW,
    Editorial: On My Way Out – Advice to Young Scholars V: Writing References; In this Issue

Articles

  • Niels Petersen,
    The International Court of Justice and the Judicial Politics of Identifying Customary International Law (abstract) (free fulltext)
  • Bernard Hoekman, Petros C. Mavroidis,
    MFN Clubs and Scheduling Additional Commitments in the GATT: Learning from the GATS (abstract)
  • Janis Grzybowski,
    To Be or Not to Be: The Ontological Predicament of State Creation in International Law (abstract)
  • Noëlle Quénivet,
    Does and Should International Law Prohibit the Prosecution of Children for War Crimes? (abstract)
  • Yota Negishi,
    The Pro Homine Principle’s Role in Regulating the Relationship between Conventionality Control and Constitutionality Control (abstract)

Focus: International Legal Histories – A Look Back to the Twentieth Century

  • Giovanni Mantilla,
    Conforming Instrumentalists: Why the USA and the United Kingdom Joined the 1949 Geneva Conventions (abstract)
  • Narrelle Morris, Aden Knaap,
    When Institutional Design Is Flawed: Problems of Cooperation at the United Nations War Crimes Commission, 1943–1948 (abstract)
  • Felix Lange,
    Between Systematization and Expertise for Foreign Policy: The Practice-Oriented Approach in Germany’s International Legal Scholarship (1920–1980) (abstract)

Roaming Charges: Moments of Dignity

  • Roaming Charges: Moments of Dignity: Selling Love Locks in Rome

EJIL: Debate!

  • Vladyslav Lanovoy,
    The Use of Force by Non-State Actors and the Limits of Attribution of Conduct (abstract)
  • Ilias Plakokefalos,
    The Use of Force by Non-State Actors and the Limits of Attribution of Conduct: A Reply to Vladyslav Lanovoy
  • Vladyslav Lanovoy,
    The Use of Force by Non-State Actors and the Limits of Attribution of Conduct: A Rejoinder to Ilias Plakokefalos (abstract)

Critical Review of International Governance

Review Essay

  • Outi Korhonen,
    Within and Beyond Interdisciplinarity in International Law and Human Rights

Book Reviews

The Last Page

  • Gregory Shaffer,
    Khundi