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    European Journal of International Law

    European Journal of International Law

    2000, Vol.11               

    2001, Vol.12               

    2002, Vol.13               

    2003, Vol.14               

    2004, Vol.15               

    2005, Vol.16              

    2006, Vol.17

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    2016, Vol.27

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    European Journal of International Law, 2000, Vol.11

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    W. Michael Reisman

    Unilateral action and the transformations of the world constitutive process: the special problem of humanitarian intervention

     No.1

     pp. 3-18

    Pierre-Marie Dupuy

    The place and role of unilateralism in contemporary international law

     No.1

     pp. 19-29

    Christine Chinkin

    The state that acts alone: bully, good samaritan or iconoclast?

     No.1

     pp. 31-41

    Francesco Francioni

    Multilateralism a la carte: the limits to unilateral withholdings of assessed contributions to the UN budget

     No.1

     pp. 43-59

    Allan Gerson

    Multilateralism a la carte: the consequences of unilateral 'pick and pay' approaches

     No.1

     pp. 61-65

    Emilio J. Cardenas

    UN financing: some reflections

     No.1

     pp. 67-75

    Peter Malanczuk

    The International Criminal Court and landmines: what are the consequences of leaving the US behind?

     No.1

     pp. 77-90

    Kenneth Anderson

    The Ottawa Convention banning landmines, the role of international non- governmental organizations and the idea of international civil society

     No.1

     pp. 91-120

    James C. Hathaway

    America, defender of democratic legitimacy?

     No.1

     pp. 121-134

    Jack Goldsmith

    Unilateral regulation of the Internet: a modest defence

     No.1

     pp. 135-148

    Franz C. Mayer

    Europe and the Internet: the old world and the new medium

     No.1

     pp. 149-169

    Yochai Benkler

    Internet regulation: a case study in the problem of unilateralism

     No.1

     pp. 171-185

    Antonio Cassese

    The Martens Clause: half a loaf or simply pie in the sky?

     No.1

     pp. 187-216

    Joel Trachtman

    Decision of the appellate body of the World Trade Organization

     No.1

     pp. 217-218

    Bardo Fassbender

    Review essay: Quis judicabit? The Security Council, its powers and its legal control

     No.1

     pp. 219-232

    Robert Howse, Donald Regan

    The product/ process distinction- an illusory basis for disciplining 'unilateralism' in trade policy

     No.2

     pp. 249-289

    Philippe Sands

    'Unilateralism', values, and international law

     No.2

     pp. 291-302

    John H. Jackson

    Comments on Shrimp/ Turtle and the product/process distinction

     No.2

     pp. 303-307

    Bernhard Jansen

    The limits of unilateralism from a European perspective

     No.2

     pp. 309-313

    Laurence Boisson de Chazournes

    Unilateralism and environmental protection: issues of perception and reality of issues

     No.2

     pp. 315-338

    Daniel Bodansky

    What's so bad about unilateral action to protect the environment?

     No.2

     pp. 339-347

    Ruth Wedgwood

    Unilateral action in the UN system

     No.2

     pp. 349-359

    Vera Gowlland-Debbas

    The limits of unilateral enforcement of community objectives in the framework of UN peace maintenance

     No.2

     pp. 361-383

    Alain Pellet

    Brief remarks on the unilateral use of force

     No.2

     pp. 385-392

    Jose' E. Alvarez

    Multilateralism and its discontents

     No.2

     pp. 393-411

    Roberto Baratta

    Should invalid reservations to human rights treaties be disregarded?

     No.2

     pp. 413-425

    Jurgen Huber

    The past, present and future ACP- EC trade regime and the WTO

     No.2

     pp. 427-438

    Gerry Simpson

    The situation on the international legal theory front: the power of rules and the rule of power

     No.2

     pp. 439-464

    Andreas L. Paulus

    Law and politics in the age of globalization

     No.2

     pp. 465-472

    Matthew Craven

    Legal differentiation and the concept of the human rights treaty in international law

     No.3

     pp. 489-519

    William A. Schabas

    Perverse effects of the nulla poena principle: national practice and the ad hoc tribunals

     No.3

     pp. 521-539

    Niels Blokker

    Is the authorization authorized? Powers and practice of the UN Security Council to authorize the use of force by 'coalitions of the able and willing'

     No.3

     pp. 541-568

    Patrick L. Robinson

    Ensuring fair and expeditious trials at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

     No.3

     pp. 569-589

    Donald R. Rothwell

    Polar environmental protection and international law: the 1991 Antarctic Protocol

     No.3

     pp. 591-614

    Anthony Carty

    A colloquium on international law textbooks in England, France and Germany: introduction

     No.3

     pp. 615-619

    Colin Warbrick

    Brownlie's principles of public international law: an assessment

     No.3

     pp. 621-636

    Patrick Capps

    Incommensurability, purposivity and international law

     No.3

     pp. 637-661

    Siegfried Schieder

    Pragmatism as a path towards a discursive and open theory of international law

     No.3

     pp. 663-698

    Mathias Schmoeckel

    The internationalist as a scientist and Herald: Lassa Oppenheim

     No.3

     pp. 699-712

    Anthony Carty

    Convergences and divergences in European international law traditions

     No.3

     pp. 713-732

    Petros C. Mavroidis

    Remedies in the WTO legal system: between a rock and a hard place

     No.4

     pp. 763-813

    Simon Marr

    The Southern Bluefin Tuna cases: the precautionary approach and conservation and management of fish resources

     No.4

     pp. 815-831

    Patrick Hudson

    Does the death row phenomenon violate a prisoner's human rights under international law?

     No.4

     pp. 833-856

    Micaela Frulli

    The special court for Sierra Leone: some preliminary comments

     No.4

     pp. 857-869

    Pierre-Marie Dupuy

    The European tradition in international law: Charles de Visscher. By way of an introduction

     No.4

     pp. 871-875

    Francois Rigaux

    An exemplary lawyer's life (1884-1973)

     No.4

     pp. 877-886

    Joe Verhoeven

    Charles de Visscher: living and thinking international law

     No.4

     pp. 887-904

    P Couvreur

    Charles de Visscher and international justice

     No.4

     pp. 905-938

    European Journal of International Law, 2001, Vol.12

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Gaetano Pentassuglia

    The EU and the protection of minorities: the case of Eastern Europe

     No.1 February

     pp. 3-38

    Deborah Z. Cass

    The 'constitutionalization' of international trade law: judicial norm- generation as the engine of constitutional development in international trade

     No.1 February

     pp. 39-75

    Mahdi Zahraa

    Prospective Anglo- Scottish maritime boundary revisited

     No.1 February

     pp. 77-108

    Susan Marks

    Big brother is bleeping us- with the message that ideology doesn't matter

     No.1 February

     pp. 109-123

    Michael Plachta

    The Lockerbie Case: the role of the Security Council in enforcing the principle aut dedere aut judicare

     No.1 February

     pp. 125-140

    Caroline E. Foster

    Articulating self- determination in the draft declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples

     No.1 February

     pp. 141-157

     

    New and forthcoming publications

     No.1 February

     pp. 161-182

    Jose E. Alvarez

    Do Liberal States Behave Better? A Critique of Slaughter's Liberal Theory

     No.2 April

     pp. 183-246

    Frederic Megret

    Epilogue to an Endless Debate: The International Criminal Court's Third Party Jurisdiction and the Looming Revolution of International Law

     No.2 April

     pp. 247-268

    Stephen Hall

    The Persistent Spectre: Natural Law, International Order and the Limits of Legal Positivism

     No.2 April

     pp. 269-307

    A.F.M. Maniruzzaman

    State Contracts in Contemporary International Law: Monist versus Dualist Controversies

     No.2 April

     pp. 309-328

    Micaela Frulli

    Are Crimes against Humanity More Serious than War Crimes?

     No.2 April

     pp. 329-350

    Philip Alston

    Charging for Access to International Law Treaty Information: Time for the UN to Rethink a Perverse Initiative

     No.2 April

     pp. 351-358

    Marius Bordalba, ew Sundberg

    The International Practice of the European Communities International Trade Developments, Including Commercial Defence Actions XVI: 1 January 1999 31 December 1999

     No.2 April

     pp. 359-361

    Tarcisio Gazzini

    NATO Coercive Military Activities in the Yugoslav Crisis (1992 1999)

     No.3 June

     pp. 391-436

    Peter Hilpold

    Humanitarian Intervention: Is There a Need for a Legal Reappraisal?

     No.3 June

     pp. 437-468

    John Cerone

    Minding the Gap: Outlining KFOR Accountability in Post Conflict Kosovo

     No.3 June

     pp. 469-488

    W.J. Fenrick

    Targeting and Proportionality during the NATO Bombing Campaign against Yugoslavia

     No.3 June

     pp. 489-502

    Paolo Benvenuti

    The ICTY Prosecutor and the Review of the NATO Bombing Campaign against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

     No.3 June

     pp. 503-530

    Michael Bothe

    The Protection of the Civilian Population and NATO Bombing on Yugoslavia: Comments on a Report to the Prosecutor of the ICTY

     No.3 June

     pp. 531-536

    Gerry Simpson

    Two Liberalisms

     No.3 June

     pp. 537-572

    Christian Reus Smit

    The Strange Death of Liberal International Theory

     No.3 June

     pp. 573-594

    Salvatore Zappala

    Do Heads of State in Office Enjoy Immunity from Jurisdiction for International Crimes? The Ghaddafi Case Before the French Cour de Cassation

     No.3 June

     pp. 595-612

    Marius Bordalba, Polly Mihaylova

    The International Practice of the European Communities: Current Survey International Trade Developments, Including Commercial Defence Actions XVII: 1 January 2000 30 June 2000

     No.3 June

     pp. 613-616

    Franz C. Mayer

    Review Essay The Internet and Public International Law- Worlds Apart?

     No.3 June

     pp. 617-622

    Jason A. Beckett

    Behind Relative Normativity: Rules and Process as Prerequisites of Law

     No.4 September

     pp. 627-650

    Catriona Drew

    The East Timor Story: International Law on Trial

     No.4 September

     pp. 651-684

    David M. Ong

    The Impact of Environmental Law on Corporate Governance: International and Comparative Perspectives

     No.4 September

     pp. 685-726

    Stefan Talmon

    The Cyprus Question before the European Court of Justice

     No.4 September

     pp. 727-750

    Ana Stanic

    Financial Aspects of State Succession: The Case of Yugoslavia

     No.4 September

     pp. 751-779

    Pietro Manzini

    The Priority of Pre Existing Treaties of EC Member States within the Framework of International Law

     No.4 September

     pp. 781-792

    Joel Trachtman

    Decisions of the Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization

     No.4 September

     pp. 793-795

    Christopher C. Joyner, Catherine Lotrionte

    Information Warfare as International Coercion: Elements of a Legal Framework

     No.5 December

     pp. 825-865

    Robert McCorquodale, Raul Pangalangan

    Pushing Back the Limitations of Territorial Boundaries

     No.5 December

     pp.  867-888

    Enzo Cannizzaro

    The Role of Proportionality in the Law of International Countermeasures

     No.5 December

     pp.  889-916

    Teraya Koji

    Emerging Hierarchy in International Human Rights and Beyond: From the Perspective of Non derogable Rights

     No.5 December

     pp.  917-941

    Jurij Daniel Aston

    The United Nations Committee on Non governmental Organizations: Guarding the Entrance to a Politically Divided House

     No.5 December

     pp.  943-962

    James Crawford, Jacqueline Peel, Simon Olleson

    The ILC's Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts: Completion of the Second Reading

     No.5 December

     pp.  963-991

    Antonio Cassese

    Terrorism is Also Disrupting Some Crucial Legal Categories of International Law

     No.5 December

     pp.  993-1001

    Patrick Capps

    The Kantian Project in Modern International Legal Theory

     No.5 December

     pp.  1003-1025

    European Journal of International Law, 2002, Vol.13

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Christine Gray

    From Unity to Polarization: International Law and the Use of Force against Iraq

     No.1 February

     pp. 1-19

    Michael Byers

    The Shifting Foundations of International Law: A Decade of Forceful Measures against Iraq

     No.1 February

     pp. 21-41

    Matthew Craven

    Humanitarianism and the Quest for Smarter Sanctions

     No.1 February

     pp. 43-61

    Mary Ellen O'Connell

    Debating the Law of Sanctions

     No.1 February

     pp. 63-79

    H. C. Graf Sponeck

    Sanctions and Humanitarian Exemptions: A Practitioner's Commentary

     No.1 February

     pp. 81-87

    Robert Howse

    The Road to Baghdad is Paved with Good Intentions

     No.1 February

     pp. 89-92

    Lutz Oette

    A Decade of Sanctions against Iraq: Never Again! The End of Unlimited Sanctions in the Recent Practice of the UN Security Council

     No.1 February

     pp. 93-103

    Dieter Fleck

    Developments of the Law of Arms Control as a Result of the Iraq Kuwait Conflict

     No.1 February

     pp. 105-119

    David J. Bederman

    Collective Security, Demilitarization and 'Pariah' States

     No.1 February

     pp. 121-138

    Chantal de Jonge Oudraat

    UNSCOM: Between Iraq and a Hard Place

     No.1 February

     pp. 139-152

    Helene Ruiz Fabri

    The UNSCOM Experience: Lessons from an Experiment

     No.1 February

     pp.153-159

    Andrea Gattini

    The UN Compensation Commission: Old Rules, New Procedures on War Reparations

     No.1 February

     pp. 161-181

    David D. Caron, Brian Morris

    The UN Compensation Commission: Practical Justice, not Retribution

     No.1 February

     pp. 183-199

    Merritt B. Fox

    Imposing Liability for Losses from Aggressive War: An Economic Analysis of the UN Compensation Commission

     No.1 February

     pp. 201-221

    Mariano J. Aznar Gomez

    A Decade of Human Rights Protection by the UN Security Council: A Sketch of Deregulation?

     No.1 February

     pp. 223-241

    Karima Bennoune

    'Sovereignty vs. Suffering'?1 Re examining Sovereignty and Human Rights through the Lens of Iraq

     No.1 February

     pp. 243-262

    Andrea Bianchi

    Ad hocism and the Rule of Law

     No.1 February

     pp. 263-272

    Bardo Fassbender

    Uncertain Steps into a Post Cold War World: The Role and Functioning of the UN Security Council after a Decade of Measures against Iraq

     No.1 February

     pp. 273-303

    Lori F. Damrosch

    The Permanent Five as Enforcers of Controls on Weapons of Mass Destruction: Building on the Iraq 'Precedent'?

     No.1 February

     pp. 305-321

    Nico Krisch

    Review Essay Legality, Morality and the Dilemma of Humanitarian Intervention after Kosovo

     No.1 February

     pp. 323-335

    Frederic Megret

    'War'? Legal Semantics and the Move to Violence

     No.2 April

     pp. 361-399

    Benedict Kingsbury

    Legal Positivism as Normative Politics: International Society, Balance of Power and Lassa Oppenheim's Positive International Law

     No.2 April

     pp. 401-437

    Konstantin Korkelia

    New Challenges to the Regime of Reservations under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

     No.2 April

     pp. 437-477

    Bardo Fassbender

    Stories of War and Peace On Writing the History of International Law in the 'Third Reich' and After

     No.2 April

     pp. 479-512

    Andrea Gattini

    A Trojan Horse for Sudeten Claims? On Some Implications of the Prince of Liechtenstein v. Germany

     No.2 April

     pp. 513-544

    Immi Tallgren

    The Sensibility and Sense of International Criminal Law

     No.3 April

     pp. 561-595

    Daniel H. Joyner

    The Kosovo Intervention: Legal Analysis and a More Persuasive Paradigm

     No.3 April

     pp. 597-619

    Ernst Ulrich Petersmann

    Time for a United Nations 'Global Compact' for Integrating Human Rights into the Law of Worldwide Organizations: Lessons from European Integration

     No.3 April

     pp. 621-650

    Robert Howse

    Human Rights in the WTO: Whose Rights, What Humanity? Comment on Petersmann

     No.3 April

     pp. 651-659

    Konstantinos D. Magliveras

    The Interplay Between the Transfer of Slobodan Milosevic to the ICTY and Yugoslav Constitutional Law

     No.3 April

     pp. 661-677

    Gerard Conway

    Breaches of EC Law and the International Responsibility of Member States

     No.3 April

     pp. 679-695

    Rosalind Dixon

    Rape as a Crime in International Humanitarian Law: Where to from Here?

     No.3 April

     pp. 697-719

    Joel Trachtman

    Decisions of the Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization

     No.3 April

     pp. 721-722

    Kevin R. Gray

    Case Concerning the Arrest Warrant of 11 April 2000

     No.3 April

     pp. 723

    Gabrielle Marceau

    WTO Dispute Settlement and Human Rights

     No.4 September

     pp. 753-814

    Philip Alston

    Resisting the Merger and Acquisition of Human Rights by Trade Law: A Reply to Petersmann

     No.4 September

     pp. 815-844

    Ernst Ulrich Petersmann

    Taking Human Dignity, Poverty and Empowerment of Individuals More Seriously: Rejoinder to Alston

     No.4 September

     pp. 845-851

    Antonio Cassese

    When May Senior State Officials Be Tried for International Crimes? Some Comments on the Congo v. Belgium Case

     No.4 September

     pp. 853-875

    Steffen Wirth

    Immunity for Core Crimes? The ICJ's Judgment in the Congo v. Belgium Case

     No.4 September

     pp. 877-893

    Marina Spinedi

    State Responsibility v. Individual Responsibility for International Crimes: Tertium Non Datur?

     No.4 September

     pp. 895-899

     

    Symposium on Thomas M. Franck's Fairness in International Law and Institutions (1995)

     No.4 September

     pp. 901 1030

    Iain Scobbie

    Tom Franck's Fairness

     No.4 September

     pp. 909-925

    Holly Cullen

    The Role of History in Thomas Franck's Fairness in International Law and Institutions

     No.4 September

     pp. 927-940

    Stephen Tierney

    The Search for a New Normativity: Thomas Franck, Post modern Neo tribalism and the Law of Self determination

     No.4 September

     pp. 941-960

    Dino Kritsiotis

    Imagining the International Community

     No.4 September

     pp. 961-992

    John Tasioulas

    International Law and the Limits of Fairness

     No.4 September

     pp. 993-1023

    Thomas M.

    Epistemology at a Time of Perplexity

     No.4 September

     pp. 1025-1030

    Alexandros Yannis

    The Concept of Suspended Sovereignty in International Law and Its Implications in International Politics

     No.5 December

     pp. 1037-1052

    Pierre Marie Dupuy

    A General Stocktaking of the Connections between the Multilateral Dimension of Obligations and Codification of the Law of Responsibility

     No.5 December

     pp. 1053-1081

    Georg Nolte

    From Dionisio Anzilotti to Roberto Ago: The Classical International Law of State Responsibility and the Traditional Primacy of a Bilateral Conception of Inter state Relations

     No.5 December

     pp. 1083-1098

    Marina Spinedi

    From One Codification to Another: Bilateralism and Multilateralism in the Genesis of the Codification of the Law of Treaties and the Law of State Responsibility

     No.5 December

     pp. 1099-1125

    Linos Alexander Sicilianos

    The Classification of Obligations and the Multilateral Dimension of the Relations of International Responsibility

     No.5 December

     pp. 1127-1145

    Eric Wyler

    From 'State Crime' to Responsibility for 'Serious Breaches of Obligations under Peremptory Norms of General International Law'

     No.5 December

     pp. 1147-1160

    Christian J. Tams

    Do Serious Breaches Give Rise to Any Specific Obligations of the Responsible State?

     No.5 December

     pp. 1161-1180

    Andrea Gattini

    A Return Ticket to 'Communitarisme', Please

     No.5 December

     pp. 1181-1199

    Iain Scobbie

    The Invocation of Responsibility for the Breach of 'Obligations under Peremptory Norms of General International Law'

     No.5 December

     pp. 1201-1220

    Denis Alland

    Countermeasures of General Interest

     No.5 December

     pp. 1221-1239

    Pierre Klein

    Responsibility for Serious Breaches of Obligations Deriving from Peremptory Norms of International Law and United Nations Law

     No.5 December

     pp. 1241-1255

    Christian J. Tams

    Consular Assistance: Rights, Remedies and Responsibility: Comments on the ICJ's Judgment in the LaGrand Case

     No.5 December

     pp. 1257-1259

    European Journal of International Law, 2003, Vol.14

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Anne Peters

    International Dispute Settlement: A Network of Cooperational Duties

     No.1 February

     pp. 1-34

    Robert Wai

    Countering, Branding, Dealing: Using Economic and Social Rights in and around the International Trade Regime

     No.1 February

     pp. 35-84

    Carsten Stahn

    The Ambiguities of Security Council Resolution 1422 (2002)

     No.1 February

     pp. 85-104

    Onuma Yasuaki

    International Law in and with International Politics: The Functions of International Law in International Society

     No.1 February

     pp. 105-139

    Akbar Rasulov

    Revisiting State Succession to Humanitarian Treaties: Is There a Case for Automaticity?

     No.1 February

     pp. 141-170

    Ryan Goodman, Derek Jinks

    Measuring the Effects of Human Rights Treaties

     No.1 February

     pp. 171-183

    Oona A. Hathaway

    Testing Conventional Wisdom

     No.1 February

     pp. 185-200

    Abraham D. Sofaer

    On the Necessity of Pre emption

     No.2 April

     pp. 209-226

    Michael Bothe

    Terrorism and the Legality of Pre emptive Force

     No.2 April

     pp. 227-240

    Joan Fitzpatrick

    Speaking Law to Power: The War Against Terrorism and Human Rights

     No.2 April

     pp. 241-264

    Sabine von Schorlemer

    Human Rights: Substantive and Institutional Implications of the War Against Terrorism

     No.2 April

     pp. 265-282

    Gerald L. Neuman

    Humanitarian Law and Counterterrorist Force

     No.2 April

     pp. 283-298

    Jan Klabbers

    Rebel with a Cause? Terrorists and Humanitarian Law

     No.2 April

     pp. 299-312

    Detlev F. Vagts

    Which Courts Should Try Persons Accused of Terrorism?

     No.2 April

     pp. 313-326

    Frederic Megret

    Justice in Times of Violence

     No.2 April

     pp. 327-345

    Sean D. Murphy

    International Law, the United States, and the Non military 'War' against Terrorism

     No.2 April

     pp. 347-364

    Jean Marc Sorel

    Some Questions About the Definition of Terrorism and the Fight Against Its Financing

     No.2 April

     pp. 365-378

    Joel Trachtman

    Decisions of the Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization

     No.2 April

     pp. 379-380

    R. Dobie Langenkamp, Rex J. Zedalis

    What Happens to the Iraqi Oil?: Thoughts on Some Significant, Unexamined International Legal Questions Regarding Occupation of Oil Fields

     No.3 June

     pp. 417-435

    Ian Johnstone

    Security Council Deliberations: The Power of the Better Argument

     No.3 June

     pp. 437-480

    Darryl Robinson

    Serving the Interests of Justice: Amnesties, Truth Commissions and the International Criminal Court

     No.3 June

     pp. 481-505

    Steven Wheatley

    Deliberative Democracy and Minorities

     No.3 June

     pp. 507-527

    Alexander Orakhelashvili

    Restrictive Interpretation of Human Rights Treaties in the Recent Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights

     No.3 June

     pp. 529-568

    Gerrit Betlem, Andre Nollkaemper

    Giving Effect to Public International Law and European Community Law before Domestic Courts A Comparative Analysis of the Practice of Consistent Interpretation

     No.3 June

     pp. 569-589

    Christian Hauswaldt

    Problems under the EC Israel Association Agreement: The Export of Goods Produced in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip under the EC Israel Association Agreement

     No.3 June

     pp. 591-611

    Francesco Francioni, Federico Lenzerini

    The Destruction of the Buddhas of Bamiyan and International Law

     No.4 September

     pp. 619-651

    Martti Koskenniemi

    Introduction: Alf Ross and Life Beyond Realism

     No.4 September

     pp. 653-659

    Knud Waaben

    Alf Ross 1899- 1979: A Biographical Sketch

     No.4 September

     pp. 661-674

    Ole Spiermann

    A National Lawyer Takes Stock: Professor Ross' Textbook and Other Forays into International Law

     No.4 September

     pp. 675-702

    Alejandro Lorite Escorihuela

    Alf Ross: Towards a Realist Critique and Reconstruction of International Law

     No.4 September

     pp. 703-766

    Carl Landauer

    Antinomies of the United Nations: Hans Kelsen and Alf Ross on the Charter

     No.4 September

     pp. 767-799

    Henrik Zahle

    Legal Doctrine between Empirical and Rhetorical Truth. A Critical Analysis of Alf Ross' Conception of Legal Doctrine

     No.4 September

     pp. 801-815

    Anthony Carty

    Scandinavian Realism and Phenomenological Approaches to Statehood and General Custom in International Law

     No.4 September

     pp. 817-841

    Christine Gray

    The Use and Abuse of the International Court of Justice: Cases concerning the Use of Force after Nicaragua

     No.5 November

     pp. 867-905

    Joost Pauwelyn

    A Typology of Multilateral Treaty Obligations: Are WTO Obligations Bilateral or Collective in Nature?

     No.5 November

     pp. 907-951

    Neil Boister

    'Transnational Criminal Law'?

     No.5 November

     pp. 953-976

    Alexander Gillespie

    Iceland's Reservation at the International Whaling Commission

     No.5 November

     pp. 977-998

    Enrico Milano

    Security Council Action in the Balkans: Reviewing the Legality of Kosovo's Territorial Status

     No.5 November

     pp. 999-1022

    Michele Grigolo

    Sexualities and the ECHR: Introducing the Universal Sexual Legal Subject

     No.5 November

     pp. 1023-1044

    European Journal of International Law, 2004, Vol.15

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    B. S. Chimni

    International Institutions Today: An Imperial Global State in the Making

     No.1 February

     pp. 1-37

    Henrik Horn, Petros C. Mavroidis

    Still Hazy after All These Years: The Interpretation of National Treatment in the GATT/ WTO Case- law on Tax Discrimination

     No.1 February

     pp. 39-69

    Ralph Wilde

    Representing International Territorial Administration: A Critique of Some Approaches

     No.1 February

     pp. 71-96

    Erika de Wet

    The Prohibition of Torture as an International Norm of jus cogens and Its Implications for National and Customary Law

     No.1 February

     pp. 97-121

    Haochen Sun

    The Road to Doha and Beyond: Some Reflections on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health

     No.1 February

     pp. 123-150

    Marie-Benedicte Dembour, Emily Haslam

    Silencing Hearings? Victim- Witnesses at War Crimes Trials

     No.1 February

     pp. 151-177

    Anne Orford

    The Gift of Formalism

     No.1 February

     pp. 179-195

    Dino Kritsiotis

    Arguments of Mass Confusion

     No.2 April

     pp. 233-278

    George Letsas

    The Truth in Autonomous Concepts: How To Interpret the ECHR

     No.2 April

     pp. 279-305

    Joanne Scott

    International Trade and Environmental Governance: Relating Rules (and Standards) in the EU and the WTO

     No.2 April

     pp. 307-354

    Rosemary Byrne, Gregor Noll, Jens Vedsted-Hansen

    Understanding Refugee Law in an Enlarged European Union

     No.2 April

     pp. 355-379

    Sundhya Pahuja

    'This is the World: Have Faith'

     No.2 April

     pp. 381-393

    Robin R. Churchill, Urfan Khaliq

    The Collective Complaints System of the European Social Charter: An Effective Mechanism for Ensuring Compliance with Economic and Social Rights?

     No.3 June

     pp. 417-456

    Philip Alston

    'Core Labour Standards' and the Transformation of the International Labour Rights Regime

     No.3 June

     pp. 457-521

    Jorg Kammerhofer

    Uncertainty in the Formal Sources of International Law: Customary International Law and Some of Its Problems

     No.3 June

     pp. 523-553

    Sebastiaan Princen

    EC Compliance with WTO Law: The Interplay of Law and Politics

     No.3 June

     pp. 555-574

    Joost Pauwelyn

    Recent Books on Trade and Environment: GATT Phantoms Still Haunt the WTO

     No.3 June

     pp. 575-592

    Jutta Brunnee

    The United States and International Environmental Law: Living with an Elephant

     No.4 September

     pp. 617-649

    Dan Sarooshi

    Sovereignty, Economic Autonomy, the United States, and the International Trading System: Representations of a Relationship

     No.4 September

     pp. 651-676

    Eyal Benvenisti

    The US and the Use of Force: Double- edged Hegemony and the Management of Global Emergencies

     No.4 September

     pp. 677-700

    William A. Schabas

    United States Hostility to the International Criminal Court: It's All About the Security Council

     No.4 September

     pp. 701-720

    Anthea Roberts

    Righting Wrongs or Wronging Rights? The United States and Human Rights Post- September 11

     No.4 September

     pp. 721-749

    Andrea Bianchi

    International Law and US Courts: The Myth of Lohengrin Revisited

     No.4 September

     pp. 751-781

    Andreas L. Paulus

    From Neglect to Defiance? The United States and International Adjudication

     No.4 September

     pp. 783-812

    Ian Johnstone

    US- UN Relations after Iraq: The End of the World (Order) As We Know It?

     No.4 September

     pp. 813-838

    Martti Koskenniemi

    Review: 'By Their Acts You Shall Know Them...' (And Not by Their Legal Theories)

     No.4 September

     pp. 839-851

    Joel Trachtman

    Decisions of the Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization

     No.4 September

     pp. 853-854

    Bardo Fassbender

    The Better Peoples of the United Nations? Europe's Practice and the United Nations

     No.5 November

     pp. 857-884

    Armin von Bogdandy

    Globalization and Europe: How to Square Democracy, Globalization, and International Law

     No.5 November

     pp. 885-906

    Mattias Kumm

    The Legitimacy of International Law: A Constitutionalist Framework of Analysis

     No.5 November

     pp. 907-931

    Antonello Tancredi

    EC Practice in the WTO: How Wide is the 'Scope for Manoeuvre'?

     No.5 November

     pp. 933-961

    Geoff Gilbert

    Is Europe Living Up to Its Obligations to Refugees?

     No.5 November

     pp. 963-987

    Colin Warbrick

    The European Response to Terrorism in an Age of Human Rights

     No.5 November

     pp. 989-1018

    Gerald L. Neuman

    Comment, Counter- terrorist Operations and the Rule of Law

     No.5 November

     pp. 1019-1029

    Detlev F. Vagts

    International Relations Looks at Customary International Law: A Traditionalist's Defence

     No.5 November

     pp. 1031-1040

    European Journal of International Law, 2005, Vol.16

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Patrick Macklem

    Rybna 9, Praha 1: Restitution and Memory in International Human Rights Law

     No.1 February

     pp. 1-23

    Randall Lesaffer

    Argument from Roman Law in Current International Law: Occupation and Acquisitive Prescription

     No.1 February

     pp. 25-58

    Alexander Orakhelashvili

    The Impact of Peremptory Norms on the Interpretation and Application of United Nations Security Council Resolutions

     No.1 February

     pp. 59-88

    Pasquale De Sena, Francesca De Vittor

    State Immunity and Human Rights: The Italian Supreme Court Decision on the Ferrini Case

     No.1 February

     pp. 89-112

    Martti Koskenniemi

    International Law in Europe: Between Tradition and Renewal

     No.1 February

     pp. 113-124

    Oliver Gerstenberg

    What International Law Should (Not) Become. A Comment on Koskenniemi

     No.1 February

     pp. 125-130

    Pierre-Marie Dupuy

    Some Reflections on Contemporary International Law and the Appeal to Universal Values: A Response to Martti Koskenniemi

     No.1 February

     pp. 131-137

    Gerald L. Neuman

    Talking to Ourselves

     No.1 February

     pp. 139-142

    Anthony Carty

    The Iraq Invasion as a Recent United Kingdom 'Contribution to International Law'

     No.1 February

     pp. 143-152

    David Kretzmer

    Targeted Killing of Suspected Terrorists: Extra- Judicial Executions or Legitimate Means of Defence?

     No.2 April

     pp. 171-212

    Jason A. Beckett

    Countering Uncertainty and Ending Up/ Down Arguments: Prolegomena to a Response to NAIL

     No.2 April

     pp. 213-238

    Neha Jain

    A Separate Law for Peacekeepers: The Clash between the Security Council and the International Criminal Court

     No.2 April

     pp. 239-254

     

    Review Essay Symposium: Philip Allott's Eunomia and The Health of Nations Thinking Another World: 'This Cannot Be How the World Was Meant to Be'

     No.2 April

     pp. 255-297

    Iain Scobbie

    Slouching towards the Holy City: Some Weeds for Philip Allott

     No.2 April

     pp. 299-313

    Karen Knop

    Eunomia is a Woman: Philip Allott and Feminism

     No.2 April

     pp. 315-328

    Martti Koskenniemi

    International Law as Therapy: Reading The Health of Nations

     No.2 April

     pp. 329-341

    Thomas M. Franck

    The Fervent Imagination and the School of Hard Knocks

     No.2 April

     pp. 343-346

    Nico Krisch

    International Law in Times of Hegemony: Unequal Power and the Shaping of the International Legal Order

     No.3 June

     pp. 369-408

    Brian A Langille

    Core Labour Rights The True Story (Reply to Alston)

     No.3 June

     pp. 409-437

    Francis Maupain

    Revitalization Not Retreat: The Real Potential of the 1998 ILO Declaration for the Universal Protection of Workers' Rights

     No.3 June

     pp. 439-465

    Philip Alston

    Facing Up to the Complexities of the ILO's Core Labour Standards Agenda

     No.3 June

     pp. 467-480

    Enzo Cannizzaro, Beatrice Bonafe

    Fragmenting International Law through Compromissory Clauses? Some Remarks on the Decision of the ICJ in the Oil Platforms Case

     No.3 June

     pp. 481-497

    Natalia Ochoa-Ruiz, Esther Salamanca-Aguado

    Exploring the Limits of International Law relating to the Use of Force in Self- defence

     No.3 June

     pp. 499-524

    Anthony Carty

    Conservative and Progressive Visions in French International Legal Doctrine

     No.3 June

     pp. 525-537

    George Rodrigo Bandeira Galindo

    Martti Koskenniemi and the Historiographical Turn in International Law

     No.3 June

     pp. 539-559

    Noelle Quenivet

    The World after September 11: Has It Really Changed?

     No.3 June

     pp. 561-577

    Andrew T. Guzman

    The Design of International Agreements

     No.4 September

     pp. 579-612

    Fleur Johns

    Guantanamo Bay and the Annihilation of the Exception

     No.4 September

     pp. 613-635

    Bernhard Knoll

    From Benchmarking to Final Status? Kosovo and The Problem of an International Administration's Open- Ended Mandate

     No.4 September

     pp. 637-660

    Marco Sassoli

    Legislation and Maintenance of Public Order and Civil Life by Occupying Powers

     No.4 September

     pp. 661-694

    Steven R. Ratner

    Foreign Occupation and International Territorial Administration: The Challenges of Convergence

     No.4 September

     pp. 695-719

    Nehal Bhuta

    The Antinomies of Transformative Occupation

     No.4 September

     pp. 721-740

    William Abresch

    A Human Rights Law of Internal Armed Conflict: The European Court of Human Rights in Chechnya

     No.4 September

     pp. 741-767

    Berdal Aral

    An Inquiry into the Turkish 'School' of International Law

     No.4 September

     pp. 769-785

    Olivier Corten

    The Controversies Over the Customary Prohibition on the Use of Force: A Methodological Debate

     No.5 November

     pp. 803-822

    Thomas Skouteris

    The Vocabulary of Progress in Interwar International Law: An Intellectual Portrait of Stelios Seferiades

     No.5 November

     pp. 823-856

    Anja Lindroos, Michael Mehling

    Dispelling the Chimera of 'Self- Contained Regimes' International Law and the WTO

     No.5 November

     pp. 857-877

    Marko Divac Oberg

    The Legal Effects of Resolutions of the UN Security Council and General Assembly in the Jurisprudence of the ICJ

     No.5 November

     pp. 879-906

    Yuval Shany

    Toward a General Margin of Appreciation Doctrine in International Law?

     No.5 November

     pp. 907-940

    Iain Scobbie

    Unchart (er) ed Waters?: Consequences of the Advisory Opinion on the Legal Consequences of the Construction of a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory for the Responsibility of the UN for Palestine

     No.5 November

     pp. 941-961

    Christian J. Tams

    Light Treatment of a Complex Problem: The Law of Self-Defence in the Wall Case

     No.5 November

     pp. 963-978

    Robert Cryer

    International Criminal Law vs State Sovereignty: Another Round?

     No.5 November

     pp. 979-1000

    European Journal of International Law, 2006, Vol.17

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Nico Krisch, Benedict Kingsbury

    Introduction: Global Governance and Global Administrative Law in the International Legal Order

     No.1 February

     pp. 1-13

    Michael S. Barr, Geoffrey P. Miller

    Global Administrative Law: The View from Basel

     No.1 February