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1. Dogmatik and International Criminal Law: Approximations in the Realm of ‘Language’ and ‘Grammar’

2. The Settlement of EEZ Fisheries Access Disputes under UNCLOS: Limitations to Jurisdiction and Compulsory Conciliation

3. Compulsory Settlement of EEZ Fisheries Enforcement Disputes under UNCLOS: “Swallowing the Rule” or “Balancing the Equation”?

4. An Unlikely Duo? Regionalism and Jus Cogens in International Law

5. Dynamic Belt and Road Initiative and the Global South’s Approach to Sustainability

6. Is the International Law Commission Taking Regionalism Seriously (Enough)?

7. Interpretation and Application of the ECHR: Between Universalism and Regionalism

8. Military Intervention on Request in Jus Ad Bellum and Jus In Bello and the question of recognition of governments

9. Missed Communications and Miscommunications: International Courts, the Fragmentation of International Law and Judicial Dialogue

10. Of Dark Clouds and  eir Silver Linings: Crisis as Opportunity in the Economic and Social Rigths Jurisprundence of the European Court of Human Rights

11. The Challenges of Redressing Violations of Economic and Social Rights in the Aftermath of the Eurozone Sovereign Debt Crisis

12. The Soft Touch of International Financial Regulation: Status, Flaws and Future

13. The Evolution of the Prohibition of Genocide: From Natural Law Enthusiasm to Lackadaisical Judicial Perfunctoriness – And Back Again?

14. Perspectives for a New International Crime Against the Environment: International Criminal Responsibility for Environmental Degradation under the Rome Statute

15. The European Court of Human Rights Through the Looking Glass of Gender: An Evaluation

16. Enhancing the Protection of the Environment in Relation to Armed Conflicts – the Draft Principles of the International Law Commission and Beyond

17. Reflections on the Legality of Attacks Against the Natural Environment by Way of Reprisals

18. Protecting Protected Areas in Bello: Learning From Institutional Design and Conflict Resilience in the Greater Virunga and Kidepo Landscapes

19. Through the Looking Glass: Corporate Actors and Environmental Harm Beyond the ILC

20. Business, Armed Conflict, and Protection of the Environment: What Avenues for Corporate Accountability?

21. Enhancing Environmental Protection During Occupation Through Human Rights

22. The Martens Clause and Environmental Protection in Relation to Armed Conflicts

23. Precaution in International Environmental Law and Precautions in the Law of Armed Conflict

24. Avoiding the Legal Black Hole: Re-evaluating the Applicability of the European Convention on Human Rights to the United Kingdom’s Targeted Killing Policy

25. Advancing the Rule of Law Through Executive Measures: The Case of MINUSCA

26. An Analysis of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Light of its Form as a Framework Agreement

27. Reconciling the Irreconcilable? – The Extraterritorial Application of the ECHR and its Interaction With IHL

28. The Perils of Judicial Restraint: How Judicial Activism Can Help Evolve the International Court of Justice

29. Access to Fisheries in the United Kingdom’s Territorial Sea after its Withdrawal from the European Union: A European and International Law Perspective

30. Evaluating the Zero Draft on a UN Treaty on Business and Human Rights: What Does it Regulate and how Likely is its Adoption by States/

31. Constitutionalism and the Mechanics of Global Law Transfers

32. The Legal Dimensions of Rule of Law Promotion in EU Foreign Policy: EU Treaty Imperatives and Rule of Law Conditionality in the Foreign Trade and Development Nexus

33. The Dawn of Article 18 ECHR: A Safeguard Against European Rule of Law Backsliding?

34. The Law Behind Rule of Law Promotion in Fragile States: The Case of Afghanistan

35. International Investment Law and the Rule of Law

36. Universal Jurisdiction in Absentia Before Domestic Courts Prosecuting International Crimes: A Suitable Weapon to Fight Impunity?

37. The International Responsibility of Non-State Armed Groups: In Search of the Applicable Rules

38. Modification of Renewable Energy Support Schemes Under the Energy Charter Treaty: Eiser and Charanne in the Context of Climate Change

39. Exercising or Evading International Public Authority? The Many Faces of Environmental Post-Treaty Rules

40. Pandemic Declarations of the World Health Organization as an Exercise of International Public Authority: The Possible Legal Answers to Frictions Between Legitimacies

41. vSoft Authority against Hard Cases of Racially Discriminating Speech: Why the CERD Committee Needs a Margin of Appreciation Doctrine

42. The UN Declaration on the Rule of Law and the Application of the Rule of Law to the UN: A Reconstruction From an International Public Authority Perspective

43. Towards a New International Law of the Atmosphere?

44. The Use of Scholarship by the WTO Appellate Body

45. The Evolution of Arms Control Instruments and the Potential of the Arms Trade Treaty

46. Combating Illegal Fishing in the Exclusive Economic Zone – Flag State Obligations in the Context of the Primary Responsibility of the Coastal State

47. Between Evolution and Stagnation – Immunities in a Globalized World

48. The ‘Bonn Powers’ of the High Representative in Bosnia Herzegovina: Tracing a Legal Figment

49. Determining the Relationship Between International and Domestic Laws Within an Internationalized Court: An Example From the Cambodian Extraordinary Chambers’ Jurisdiction Over International and Domestic Crimes

50. Complete Edition

51. Editorial

52. "By What Right?": The Contributions of the Peninsular School for Peace to the Basis of the International Law of Indigenous Peoples

53. Romanticization Versus Integration?: Indigenous Justice in Rule of Law Reconstruction and Transitional Justice Discourse

54. Protection and Realization of Indigenous Peoples' Land Rights at the National and International Level

55. A Step Further on Traditional Peoples Human Rights: Unveiling the Key-Factor for the Protection of Communal Property

56. Indigenous Peoples' Rights and the Extractive Industry: Jurisprudence From the Inter-American System of Human Rights

57. Pascua Lama, Human Rights, and Indigenous Peoples: A Chilean Case Through the Lens of International Law

58. "We Will Remain Idle No More": The Shortcomings of Canada's 'Duty to Consult' Indigenous Peoples

59. Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the International Drug Control Regime: The Case of Traditional Coca Leaf Chewing

60. Editorial

61. Non-Permanent Members of the United Nations Security Council and the Promotion of the International Rule of Law

62. "All's Well That Ends Well" or "Much Ado About Nothing"?: A Commentary on the Arms Trade Treaty

63. The Lubanga Case of the International Criminal Court: A Critical Analysis of the Trial Chamber's Findings on Issues of Active Use, Age, and Gravity

64. Americanization of the BIT Universe: The Influence of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation (FCN) Treaties on Modern Investment Treaty Law

65. The Possible Future of Promoting and Protecting European Investments in Sub-Saharan Africa

66. Editorial

67. Precursors to International Constitutionalism: The Development of the German Constitutional Approach to International Law Introduction

68. German Federalist Thinking and International Law

69. Alfred Verdross as a Founding Father of International Constitutionalism?

70. Making it Whole: Hersch Lauterpacht's Rabbinical Approach to International Law

71. Francis Lieber on Public War

72. Legalization of International Politics: On the (Im)Possibility of a Constitutionalization of International Law from a Kantian Point of View

73. Why Global Constitutionalism Does not Live up to its Promises

74. The Relationship Between Constitutionalism and Pluralism

75. Overcoming Dichotomies: A Functional Approach to the Constitutional Paradigm in Public International Law

76. Constitutionalism as a Cipher: On the Convergence of Constitutionalist and Pluralist Approaches to the Globalization of Law

77. The System Theory of Niklas Luhmann and the Constitutionalization of the World Society

78. The Constitutional Function of Contemporary International Tribunals, or Kelsen's Visions Vindicated

79. Editorial

80. The Status and Future of International Law after the Libya Intervention

81. The Responsibility to Protect and the Role of Regional Organizations: An Appraisal of the African Union's Interventions

82. The Continuing Functions of Article 98 of the Rome Statute

83. Sovereign Debt Crises as Threats to the Peace: Restructuring under Chapter VII of the UN Charter?

84. Have Measures Adopted by States to Cope With the Global Financial Crisis Been in Accordance With Their Obligations Under International Investment Law?

85. Human Rights and International Investment Law: Investment Protection as Human Right?

86. European Asylum Law and the ECHR: An Uneasy Coexistence

87. Re-thinking the Role of Indigenous Peoples in International Law: New Developments in International Environmental Law and Development Cooperation

88. They Entered without any Rumor. Human Rights in the Belgian Legal Periodicals

89. The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and its Impact on Labor Law: a Plea for a Proportionality-Test "Light"

90. Kosovo's Chances of UN Membership: A Prognosis

91. Editorial

92. Keynote Speech: Resources of Conflict – Conflicts over Resources

93. The Redistribution of Resources in Internationalised Intra-State Peace Processes by Comprehensive Peace Agreements and Security Council Resolutions

94. The Falkland Islands and the UK v. Argentina Oil Dispute: Which Legal Regime?

95. Conflicts over Protection of Marine Living Resources: The 'Volga Case' Revisited

96. Regulating Information Flows, Regulating Conflict: An Analysis of United States Conflict Minerals Legislation

97. Incentives and Survival in Violent Conflicts

98. Enhancing Compliance with International Law by Armed Non-State Actors

99. Regulation of Private Military Companies

100. Armed Forces as Carrying both the Stick and the Carrot? Humanitarian Aid in U.S. Counterinsurgency Operations in Afghanistan and Iraq