Issue Vol. 28 (2017) No. 3

Editorial

  • JHHW,
    Editorial: Those Who Live in Glass Houses ...; In this Issue

Articles

  • Andrew D Mitchell, James Munro,
    Someone Else’s Deal: Interpreting International Investment Agreements in the Light of Third-Party Agreements (abstract)
  • Gracia Marín Durán,
    Untangling the International Responsibility of the European Union and Its Member States in the World Trade Organization Post-Lisbon: A Competence/Remedy Model (abstract)
  • Sergio Puig, Anton Strezhnev,
    The David Effect and ISDS (abstract)

Focus: Human Rights and the ECHR

  • Merris Amos,
    The Value of the European Court of Human Rights to the United Kingdom (abstract) (free fulltext)
  • Susana Sanz-Caballero,
    The Principle of Nulla Poena Sine Lege Revisited: The Retrospective Application of Criminal Law in the Eyes of the European Court of Human Rights (abstract)
  • Oddný Mjöll Arnardóttir,
    Res Interpretata, Erga Omnes Effect and the Role of the Margin of Appreciation in Giving Domestic Effect to the Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights (abstract)
  • Vera Shikhelman,
    Geography, Politics and Culture in the United Nations Human Rights Committee (abstract)
  • Thomas Kleinlein,
    Consensus and Contestability: The ECtHR and the Combined Potential of European Consensus and Procedural Rationality Control (abstract)

Roaming Charges

  • Emma Nyhan,
    Roaming Charges: A Window Apart

EJIL: Debate!

  • Jonathan Bonnitcha, Robert McCorquodale,
    The Concept of ‘Due Diligence’ in the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (abstract)
  • John Gerard Ruggie, John F Sherman III,
    The Concept of ‘Due Diligence’ in the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: A Reply to Jonathan Bonnitcha and Robert McCorquodale
  • Jonathan Bonnitcha, Robert McCorquodale,
    The Concept of ‘Due Diligence’ in the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: A Rejoinder to John Gerard Ruggie and John F. Sherman, III

A Fresh Look at Old Cases

  • William Phelan,
    The Revolutionary Doctrines of European Law and the Legal Philosophy of Robert Lecourt (abstract)

Critical Review of International Governance

Book Reviews

  • Lauren Benton, Lisa Ford. Rage for Order: The British Empire and the Origins of International Law, 1800–1850 , Andrew Fitzmaurice. Sovereignty, Property and Empire, 1500–2000 (Prabhakar Singh)

The Last Page

  • Günter Wilms,
    L’Europe à soixante [Trent ans après l’Acte unique européen]