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Abstracts of the upcoming Issues

‘To me, fair friend, you can never be old,’ William Shakespeare, ‘Sonnet 104’: ECHR at 70

Başak Çalı

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Moral Damages as an ‘Exceptional’ Remedy in International Investment Law – Re-connecting Practice with General International Law

Robert Christoph Stendel

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The Euro Group’s Informality and locus standi Before the European Court of Justice: Council v. K. Chrysostomides & Co. and Others

Giacomo Rugge

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A New Frontier in International Investment Law: Adjudication of Host Citizen-Investor Disputes?

Martin Jarrett

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Courts as Rhetorical Actors - A Rhetorical Analysis of Judicial Conflict Avoidance

Jochen von Bernstorff / Olaf Kramer / Johannes Saurer / Stefan Thomas

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Integrity in the 'Infinite Space' — New Frontiers for International Law

Rolf H. Weber

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Equality as a Principle of the Networked World? An Exploratory Search for 'Cyber-Equality' in the Field of Internet Governance

Nula Frei

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Sovereignty Fever: The Territorial Turn of Global Cyber Order

Chien-Huei Wu

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The Role of the Internet in International Law-Making, Implementation and Global Governance

Annalisa Ciampi

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Cybersecurity and Cybercrime: Dynamic Application versus Norm-Development

Antonio Segura-Serrano

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Internet and eDiplomacy: 'Traditional' Diplomatic Law in the Digital Era

Stefano Dominelli

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Microsoft Corp. v. United States and the 'Hot Pursuit': A Case Study Against the Application of the Law of the Sea into the Cyberspace

Patricia A. Vargas-León

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Responsible Business in a Digital World — What's International Law Got to Do With It?

Christine Kaufmann

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Cyberspace as an Example of Self-Organisation from a Network Perspective

Cäcilia Maria Hermes

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Interpretive Community 2.0: How Blogs and Twitter Change International Law Scholarship

Ralph Janik

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