Issue Vol. 25 (2014) No. 1

Editorial

  • JHHW,
    The International Society for Public Law - Call for Papers and Panels; Van Gend en Loos - 50th Anniversary; Vital Statistics; Roll of Honour; Quantitative Empirical International Legal Scholarship; In this Issue (free fulltext)

EJIL: Keynote Debate!

  • Daniel Bethlehem,
    The End of Geography: The Changing Nature of the International System and the Challenge to International Law (abstract) (free fulltext)
  • David S. Koller,
    The End of Geography: The Changing Nature of the International System and the Challenge to International Law: A Reply to Daniel Bethlehem (abstract) (free fulltext)
  • Carl Landauer,
    The Ever-Ending Geography of International Law: The Changing Nature of the International System and the Challenge to International Law: A Reply to Daniel Bethlehem (abstract) (free fulltext)

Articles

  • Maria Aristodemou,
    A Constant Craving for Fresh Brains and a Taste for Decaffeinated Neighbours (abstract)
  • Christopher Wadlow,
    The Beneficiaries of TRIPs: Some Questions of Rights, Ressortissants and International Locus Standi (abstract)

Revisiting Van Gend en Loos: A Joint Symposium with the International Journal of Constitutional Law (I•CON)

  • Revisiting Van Gend en Loos: A Joint Symposium with the International Journal of Constitutional Law (I*CON) (free fulltext)
  • J.H.H. Weiler,
    Van Gend en Loos: The Individual as Subject and Object and the Dilemma of European Legitimacy (Abstract only) (free fulltext)
  • Eyal Benvenisti, George W. Downs,
    The Premises, Assumptions, and Implications of Van Gend en Loos: Viewed from the Perspectives of Democracy and Legitimacy of International Institutions (abstract) (free fulltext)
  • Damian Chalmers, Luis Barroso,
    What Van Gend en Loos Stands For (Abstract only) (free fulltext)
  • André Nollkaemper,
    The Duality of Direct Effect of International Law (abstract) (free fulltext)
  • Morten Rasmussen,
    Revolutionizing European Law: A History of the Van Gend en Loos Judgment (Abstract only) (free fulltext)
  • Francesca Martines,
    Direct Effect of International Agreements of the European Union (abstract) (free fulltext)
  • Sophie Robin-Olivier,
    The Evolution of Direct Effect in the EU: Stocktaking, Problems, Projections (Abstract only) (free fulltext)
  • Hélène Ruiz Fabri,
    Is There a Case - Legally and Politically - for Direct Effect of WTO Obligations? (abstract) (free fulltext)
  • Jan Komárek,
    Waiting for the Existential Revolution in Europe (Abstract only) (free fulltext)
  • Michel Rosenfeld,
    Is Global Constitutionalism Meaningful or Desirable? (abstract) (free fulltext)

Roaming Charges

  • Moments of Dignity: Prepping for the Prewedding Photograph, Peking (free fulltext)

EJIL : Debate!

  • Dia Anagnostou, Alina Mungiu-Pippidi,
    Domestic Implementation of Human Rights Judgments in Europe: Legal Infrastructure and Government Effectiveness Matter (abstract)
  • Erik Voeten,
    Domestic Implementation of European Court of Human Rights Judgments: Legal Infrastructure and Government Effectiveness Matter: A Reply to Dia Anagnostou and Alina Mungiu-Pippidi (abstract)

Critical Review of International Governance

A Life's Work

  • Heiko Meiertöns,
    An International Lawyer in Democracy and Dictatorship - Re-Introducing Herbert Kraus (abstract)

Book Review Symposium

  • Alexandra Kemmerer,
    Towards a Global History of International Law? Editor's Note (free fulltext)
  • Rose Parfitt,
    The Spectre of Sources (free fulltext)
  • Stefan B. Kirmse,
    Sleepy Side Alleys, Dead Ends, and the Perpetuation of Eurocentrism (free fulltext)
  • Nahed Samour,
    Is there a Role for Islamic International Law in the History of International Law? (free fulltext)
  • Will Hanley,
    Statelessness: An Invisible Theme in the History of International Law (free fulltext)
  • Anne-Charlotte Martineau,
    Overcoming Eurocentrism? Global History and the Oxford Handbook of the History of International Law (free fulltext)
  • Anne Peters, Bardo Fassbender,
    Prospects and Limits of a Global History of International Law: A Brief Rejoinder (free fulltext)

Book Reviews

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