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New edition of the Goettingen Journal of International Law

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The Goettingen Journal of International Law has published its latest edition, GoJIL Vol. 4, No. 3. As usual, the journal is available online at www.gojil.eu, via the attachment (300-1562-1-PB) or using the following links.

Editorial

 

Editorial

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Acknowledgments

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Articles

 

Georg Jellinek and the Origins of Liberal Constitutionalism in   International Law

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Jochen von   Bernstorff

 

The ‘Janus Face’ of the Court of Justice of the European Union: A   Theoretical Appraisal of the EU Legal Order’s Relationship with International   and Member State Law

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Lando Kirchmair

 

The Supplement of Deficiencies in the Complaint Within the WTO Dispute   Settlement Mechanism

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Ana Constanza Conover

 

Principles of International Criminal Law

 

The Principles of ‘Complementarity’ and Universal Jurisdiction in   International Criminal Law: Antagonists or Perfect Match?

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Britta Lisa Krings

 

Modes of International Criminal Justice and General Principles of   Criminal Responsibility

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Hiromi Sato

 

The Impact of Human Rights on International and National Developments

 

Non-Recognition of State Immunity as a Judicial Countermeasure to Jus   Cogens Violations: The Human Rights Answer to the ICJ Decision on the Ferrini   Case

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Patricia Tarre   Moser

 

National Investigations of Human Rights Between National and   International Law

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Roee Ariav

 

The Need to Alleviate the Human Rights Implications of Large-scale   Land Acquisitions in Sub-Saharan Africa

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Semahagn Gashu Abebe

 

Complete Edition

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