• Volume 23 (2022)

    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…

  • Editorials

    Editorial | Volume 23 No. 2

    Dear Readers, Didn’t we all wish for a fresh and calm but rather uneventful spring – where we would renew the joy of the wonderful aspects of academic life: engaging with colleagues and…

  • Volume 23 (2022)

    Volume 23 | Issue 2

    Linking Money to Values: The New Rule of Law Conditionality Regulation and Its Constitutional Challenges Antonia Baraggia and Matteo Bonelli The End of Satellite Treaty Law as We Know It? The German Federal Constitutional…

  • Volume 23 (2022)

    Volume 23 | Issue 1

    Popular Sovereignty After Brexit Eoin Daly Popular Sovereignty and Constitutional Referendum: Can “The People” be Limited by Human Rights? Ignatius Yordan Nugraha Two Cheers for Lost Sovereignty Referendums: Campaigns for Independence and the Pouvoir…

  • Volume 22 (2021)

    Volume 22 | Issue 8

    SPECIAL SECTION: CLIMATE LITIGATION Introduction Vanessa Casado Pérez and Emanuela Orlando The Climate Protection Order of the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany and the North-South Divide Rike Krämer-Hoppe Of Carbon Budgets, Factual Uncertainties, and…

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    Editorials

    Editorial | Volume 22 No. 7

    Esteemed Readers, Dear friends, Allow me to exceptionally begin with a housekeeping issue. While preserving its cherished identity, the German Law Journal is expanding geographically. It is my great delight to introduce you…