The Goettingen (Göttingen) Journal of International Law (GOJIL) has just published its most recent issue GoJIL Vol. 4 No. 3 (2012).
There are 8 different articles, including the 1st one by Jochen von Bernstoff, which analyzes Georg Jellinek’s ideas on State sovereignty as well as his concept of ‘auto-limitations’ in the 20th century.
There are also 2 articles on the principles of international criminal law, and 3 articles on the impact of human rights on international and national developments.
Among these latter 3 is the article written by the winner of the annual Student Essay Competition, Roee Ariav, and an article that deals with the issue of so called ‘land grabbing’ in Sub-Saharan Africa, written by Semahagn Gashu Abebe.
GOJIL is an e-journal of legal scholarship focusing on International Law. It is the first German international law journal published exclusively in English and is run by students from the University of Goettingen.