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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…

  • 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…