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    Editorial | Volume 23 No. 7

    Dear readers, With the new academic year either already underway or just around the corner, we truly hope you had a relaxing and inspiring summer break, with plenty of opportunities to turn towards…

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    Volume 23 | Issue 7

    Introduction Legal Scholars Engaging with Social Anthropology: Hardships and Gains Marie-Claire Foblets, Jean-François Gaudreault-DesBiens and Michele Graziadei A Focus on Litigation: The Extended Case Method When Comparative Law Walks the Path of Anthropology: The…

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    Volume 23 | Issue 6

    Introduction New Private Law Theory—A Very Brief Introduction Stefan Grundmann, Hans-W. Micklitz and Moritz Renner Article About the Methods of Studying Private Law: An Italian Perspective Guido Alpa “New Private Law Theory” as a…

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    Volume 23 | Issue 5

    Forty-Years of the Modernization of Chinese Socialist Legality: Strategy, Lacuna, and Outlook Xiaodan Zhang and Wenjia Yan The Rules-Based Order, International Law and the British Indian Ocean Territory: Do as I Say, Not as…

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    Editorial | Volume 23 No. 4

    Dear Readers, We are delighted to bring this issue 23.4 to you. It contains seven excellent articles alongside a special section of short-form papers dedicated to the analysis of recent developments in criminal…

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    Volume 23 | Issue 4

    Making Do With What We Have: On the Interpretation and Enforcement of the EU’s Founding Values Tom L. Boekestein Beware the Lure of Narratives: “Hungry Judges” Should Not Motivate the Use of “Artificial…

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    Editorial | Volume 23 No. 3

    The Rational and Not So Rational Life of International Law   Esteemed Readers,   Russia’s armed attack on Ukraine has made many despair of international law. What is the value of a legal…

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    Volume 23 | Issue 3

    Bias in International Law Veronika Fikfak, Daniel Peat and Eva van der Zee Regulators’ Mindsets, Ingroup Favoritism, and the National Treatment Obligation in World Trade Organization Law Moshe Hirsch Pragmatic Inferences and Moral…