As is now our custom, our Book Review Editor, Isabel Feichtner, invited the EJIL Board members to reflect on the books that had a significant impact on them during the past year. Their contributions, posted on EJIL: Talk!, were met with interest and curiosity. In the following pieces André Nollkaemper, Jan Klabbers and Jean d’Aspremont write about the books that they read or reread in 2016 and which they found inspiring, enjoyable or even ‘must reads’ for their own work or international law scholarship in general.

The five titles on my 2016 list of books relate to international law in very different ways. What they have in common is that they are not so much concerned with the substance of international law, but rather with questions relating to...

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