From EJIL Talk!: Moving Trade into the 21st Century: Towards a More Inclusive Trade Agenda?

International organizations sometimes publish general reports – in addition to the usual annual versions – about their work and the future of their remit. Such reports invariably have a theme and are done when these organizations or the work they

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Commenting at International Journal of Law in Context / Centre for Socio-Legal Studies workshop at Oxford

The International Journal of Law in Context held its Early Career Workshop at the University of Oxford’s Centre for Socio-Legal Studies. The workshop featured a varied program of research with a socio-legal bent, ranging from administrative processes (fracking in the UK, schools in CAN) to

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New Book: Jürgen Kurtz, The WTO and International Investment Law: Converging Systems

Jürgen Kurtz has published a new book, entitled “The WTO and International Investment Law: Converging Systems”. It is safe to say that it will have considerable impact on the debate concerning the relationship between the trade and investment law regimes. Here is the

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New article: Nico Krisch, The Many Fields of (German) International Law

An interesting account of German International Law scholarship and its impact (or lack thereof) by Nico Krisch: The Many Fields of (German) International Law Very much worth a read.

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