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Abstracts of the last 4 Issues

81 (2021) Issue 1

80 (2020) Issue 4

The GDPR’s Extra-Territorial Scope - Data Protection in the Context of International Law and Human Rights Law

Stephan Koloßa

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Designed to Serve Mankind? The Politics of the GDPR as a Global Standard and the Limits of Privacy

Roxana Vatanparast

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The Normative Potential of the European Rule on Automated Decisions: A New Reading for Art. 22 GDPR

Christian Djeffal
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Non-Violent Protest Movements and the Recognition of Governments

Florian Kriener

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The Constitutional Chamber and the Erosion of Democracy in Venezuela

Jesús María Casal Hernández

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Rules of Interpretation in the Hungarian Basic Law: Between Conventions, Traditions and Voluntarism

Attila Vincze

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Judicial About-Turn? On the ECHR Rulings on “Hot Returns” at the External Borders of the European Union and Humanitarian Visa for Refugees

Daniel Thym

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80 (2020) Issue 3

Farewell to the European Constitutional Tradition: The 2020 Russian Constitutional Amendments

Johannes Socher

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Comparative Law’s Contribution to National and International Environmental Law

Till Markus

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Carl Schmitt’s Diagnosis of the Situation of European Jurisprudence Reconsidered - Autonomy of Basic Elements of the Legal Order?

Christian Tomuschat

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80 (2020) Issue 2

Die Weltgesundheitsorganisation in der COVID-19 Pandemie - Über internationale öffentliche Gewalt in der Krise

Armin von Bogdandy / Pedro A. Villarreal

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War Reparations and Individual Claims in the Context of Polish-German Relations

Jerzy Kranz

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Taking Investors’ Rights Seriously: The Achmea and CETA Rulings of the European Court of Justice Do Not Bar Intra-EU Investment Arbitration

Alexander Reuter

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The Rule of Law in Cyberspace: A Hybrid and Networked Concept?

Nicholas Tsagourias

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“Hacking Back” by States and the Uneasy Place of Necessity within the Rule of Law

Henning Lahmann

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Hacking-Back by Private Companies and the Rule of Law

Irene Couzigou

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Facebook and the Rule of Law

Stephan Koloßa

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Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights: Their Role in the Evolution of AI

Themis Tzimas

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Regulating Cyberspace between Grotius, Lotus and Strasbourg

Andreas Kulick

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80 (2020) Issue 1

“High Judicial Office” and “Jurisconsult of Recognised Competence”: Reflections on the Qualifications for Becoming a Judge at the Strasbourg Court

Christoph Grabenwarter / Matti Pellonpää

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Governance by Academics: The Invention of Memoranda of Understanding

Jan Klabbers

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The Recognition of Governments: International Law Bases and Limits in the Light of the Case of Venezuela

Helmut Philipp Aust

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Informal International Law-Making in ASEAN: A Unique Approach to Integration Based on Trust, Consensus and Co-Operation

Winfried Huck

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The Ethics of War and the Law of the Sea

Gordon Goodman

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Theorizing Indian Democracy

Adeel Hussain

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