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oficina_17New Issue: European Journal of International Law

Source:  International Law Reporter 



The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law (Vol. 27, no. 2, May 2016) is out. Contents include: 

• Editorial
o Laurence Boisson de Chazournes, One Swallow Does Not a Summer Make, but Might the Paris Agreement on Climate Change a Better Future Create?
o JHHW, EJIL on Your Tablet or Smartphone; In this Issue
• Articles

o Monica Hakimi & Jacob Katz Cogan, The Two Codes on the Use of Force
o Karen J. Alter, James T. Gathii & Laurence R. Helfer, Backlash against International Courts in West, East and Southern Africa: Causes and Consequences
o Nicole Roughan, Mind the Gaps: Authority and Legality in International Law
o Elisa Morgera, The Need for an International Legal Concept of Fair and Equitable Benefit Sharing
o David McGrogan, Human Rights Indicators and the Sovereignty of Technique
• The European Tradition in International Law: James Lorimer
o Stephen Tierney & Neil Walker, Through a Glass, Darkly: Reflections on James Lorimer’s International Law
o Martti Koskenniemi, Race, Hierarchy and International Law: Lorimer’s Legal Science
o Gerry Simpson, James Lorimer and the Character of Sovereigns: The Institutes as 21st Century Treatise
o Karen Knop, Lorimer’s Private Citizens of the World
o Stephen C. Neff, Heresy in Action: James Lorimer’s Dissident Views on War and Neutrality
• Roaming Charges: Moments of Dignity: Pupils at the Jean Paul II High School, Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya
• Critical Review of International Jurisprudence
o Katie Sykes, The Appeal to Science and the Formation of Global Animal Law
• Review Essay
o Cait Storr, Islands and the South: Framing the Relationship between International Law and Environmental Crisis
oficina_16Announcements: Transnational Dispute Management Call for Papers; Humanity at Sea Book Discussion

Source:  EJIL TALK 

1. Transnational Dispute Management Call for Papers. Transnational Dispute Management is launching a call for papers for a special issue on “Non-Legal Adjudicators in National and International Disputes”. This special issue will analyse the current scenario, as well as new trends, developments, and challenges that non-legal adjudicators face when resolving national and international disputes. This special issue is edited by Katia Fach Gómez (University of Zaragoza-Spain) and Weiwei Zhang (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies – Switzerland). Proposals for papers should be submitted to the editors on or before 31 October 2016, accepted papers should be submitted to the editors on or before 10 January 2017, and publication is expected in the second quarter of 2017. See here for more information.

2. City University of London Humanity at Sea Book Discussion. On Wednesday 27 July at 6pm, City University of London will be hosting a discussion of the forthcoming book Humanity at Sea: Maritime Migration and the Foundations of International Law. The panel will feature Guy Goodwin-Gill (Oxford); Hagar Kotef (SOAS); Ioannis Kalpouzos (City), the author Itamar Mann (Haifa); and will be chaired by Panos Koutrakos (City). See here for more information.



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