ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

donderdag 11 maart 2021

YEARBOOK: German Yearbook of International Law 62 (2019): Symposium on the Treaty of Versailles at 100


(demonstrations in Berlin against the Treaty of Versailles; source: Wikimedia Commons)


The German Yearbook of International Law devoted a focus section to the hundreth anniversary of the Peace of Versailles.

Table of contents:

Contents

Forum – Comparative Disciplinary Perspectives on the Challenges Facing the Human Rights Council

Rosa Freedman & Samuel Gordon

An International Law Perspective on the Challenges Confronting the Human Rights Council

11

Wolfgang S. Heinz

An International Relations Perspective on the Reform Needs of the Human Rights Council

43

Focus – The Treaty of Versailles at 100

Andreas von Arnauld

The Treaty of Versailles at 100: By Way of Introduction

83

Christian J. Tams

Experiments Great and Small: Centenary Reflections on the League of Nations

93

Thomas Kleinlein

The Versailles Peace Treaty Before the Permanent Court of International Justice: Tracing the Legalism of the Paris Settlement

129

Claus Kreß

The Peacemaking Process After the Great War and the Origins of International Criminal Law Stricto Sensu

163

Lauri Mälksoo

The Treaties of Brest-Litovsk, Versailles and Moscow: Contesting Sovereignty and Hegemony in Eastern Europe in 1918–1939

189

Jochen von Bernstorff

From Versailles to the Kellog-Briand Pact: Prohibiting and Justifying Aggression in the Interbellum

211

Markus P. Beham

A Forgotten Lighthouse of International Law: Heinrich Lammasch and the League of Nations

245

Magnan Johannes Mohr

Between Pacifism and Patriotism: Walther Schücking (1875–1935)

275

Walther Schücking Lecture

Alan Boyle

Progressive Development of International Environmental Law: Legislate or Litigate?

305

General Articles

James Gerard Devaney

Reapprasing the Role of Experts in Recent Cases Before the International Court of Justice

337

Nikolay Marin & Bilyana Manova

The Constraints of International Courts as a Tool for Resolving the Ukrainian-Russian Conflicts

371

Ulf Linderfalk

The Exercise of Discretion in International Law – Why Constraining Criteria Have a Proper Place in the Analysis of Legal Decision-Making

407

Bjørn Kunoy

Sharing is Caring: Transboundary Hydrocarbon Deposits on the Continental Shelf

431

Julian Scheu & Petyo Nikolov

The Incompatibility of Intra-EU Investment Treaty Arbitration With European Union Law – Assessing the Scope of the ECJ’s Achmea Judgment

475

Ilya Berlin

Western Sahara, Morocco, and the EU: Did the CJEU Get it Wrong? A Commentary of Advocate-General Wathelet’s Opinion and the CJEU Decision in the Western Sahara Campaign UK Case

505

German Practice

Alexander Grimmig

The German Constitutional Court’s Pronouncement on Self-Defence Against Non-State Actors in Syria

539

Leander Beinlich

Drones, Discretion, and the Duty to Protect the Right to Life: Germany and its Role in the United State’s Drone Programme Before the Higher Administrative Court of Münster

557

Liv Christiansen & Lilo Rösch

German Practice Concerning the Implementation of the 2015 Paris Agreement

581

Alexandra Lily Kather & Britta Redwood

Universal Jurisdiction in Germany: Framework and Practice Insights

599

Outstanding Theses

Andreas von Arnauld, Kerstin von der Decken & Nele Matz Lück

Editor’s Note

615

Laura Hering

The Consequences of Errors in the European Union’s Direct Administrative Proceedings: A Comparative Analysis of ‘Rectification’ and ‘Irrelevance’

617

Isabella Risini

The Inter-State Application Under the European Convention on Human Rights

621

Cornelia Kirchbach

The Right to Health Regulation in Investment Arbitration as Illustrated by the Example of Philip Morris v. Uruguay

625

Martin Jarret

Contributory Fault and Investor Misconduct in Investment Arbitration

629

José Guilherme Moreno Caiado

Commitments and Flexibilities in the WTO Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures: An Economically Informed Analysis

633

Sebastián Mantilla Blanco

Full Protection and Security in International Investment Law

635

Kevin Grimmeiß

Sezession und Reaktion. Zur völkerrechtlichen Regelung des Sezessionsvorgangs

639

Moritz von Rochow

Transnational Nomads in International Law – Borders and the Migration of Peoples

643

Book Reviews

W. A. Schabas: The Trial of the Kaiser (REIJNTJES)649
Harold Hongju Koh: The Trump Administration and International Law (SLOSS)651
Gina Heathcote: Feminist Dialogues on International Law: Success, Tensions, Futures
(O’DONOGHUE)
656
Steven Wheatley: The Idea of International Human Rights Law (CHINEN)658
Marco Longobardo: The Use of Force in Occupied Territory (BOTHE)660
Shavana Musa: Victim Reparation Under the Ius Post Bellum: An Historical and
Normative Perspective (IVERSON)
663
Russell Buchan: Cyber Espionage and International Law (DELERUE)664
Alejandro Rodiles: Coalitions of the Willing and International Law: The Interplay
Between Formality and Informality (TONDINI)
667
Cindy Wittke: Law in the Twilight: International Courts and Tribunals, the Security
Council and the Internationalisation of Peace Agreements Between State and Non-
State Parties (ZULUETA-FÜLSCHER)
669
P. Chandrasekhara Rao and Philippe Gautier: The International Tribunal for the Law of
the Sea: Law, Practice and Procedure (SCHATZ)
672
Lloyd Freeburn: Regulating International Sport. Power, Authority and Legitimacy
(TAMS)