Since 1998, the Europa-Institut has published the legal journal “Zeitschrift für Europarechtliche Studien” (ZEuS). ZEuS is broad in scope: contributions deal with current and general problems in European integration as well as European and international law.
ZEuS offers the opportunity to publish in German and English, thereby providing an internationally established forum for articles from the academic as well as the practical field.
It is particularly important for ZEuS that young academics may contribute to the journal. The examination and selection of contributions occurs via an extensive and thorough evaluation procedure (peer review) and is done independently by two members of the editorial team.
20. Volume (2017)
19. Volume (2016)
18. Volume (2015)
17. Volume (2014)
16. Volume (2013)
15. Volume (2012)
14. Volume (2011)
Prof. Dr. Marc Bungenberg
Prof. Dr. Christian Calliess
Prof. Dr. Thomas Giegerich
Prof. Dr. Michael Hahn
Prof. Dr. Torsten Stein
Prof. Dr. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Georg Ress
Ass. iur. Christina Backes
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Bröhmer, Dr. Christian von Buttlar LL.M., Prof. Dr. Iris Canor, Mareike Fröhlich LL.M., Eileen Fuchs LL.M., Christiane Hillesheim LL.M.Eur., Dr. Robin van der Hout LL.M., André Husheer, Dr. Kai-Michael König, Helen Küchler, Tilmann Lahann LL.M., Dieter Lang LL.M.Eur., Julia Legleitner LL.M.Eur., Prof. Dr. Maria Meng-Papantoni, Prof. Dr. Zlatan Meškic, Kristina Müller, Prof. Dr. Alexander Proelß, Dr. Simone Reiß, Prof. Dr. Dagmar Richter, Rüdiger Sailer, Rupert Steinlein LL.M.Eur., Dr. Anne Thies LL.M. (London), Norbert Tüllmann LL.M., Dr. Jörg Ukrow LL.M.Eur., Sebastian Zeitzmann LL.M.
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ZEuS is published quarterly and offers a diverse agenda with topical commentaries on current aspects and fundamental problems connected with European Integration, European law and international law.
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Marc Bungenberg and Thomas Giegerich
Introduction: The European Union on Its Way to Becoming a Strategic International Actor
The Common Commercial Policy, Parliamentary Participation and the
Singapore Opinion of the CJEU
What Kind of Global Actor Will the Member States Permit the EU to Be?
Shaping Globalisation by Bringing Together Trade, Politics and Democracy – Lessons to Be Learned from European Integration
Brexit und Drittstaaten: Das Beispiel Schweiz
Die Außenvertretung der Europäischen Union im Lichte von acht Jahren Erfahrung mit dem Lissabon-Vertrag – wer ist heutzutage der europäische Außenminister?
Environmental Dispute Settlement Mechanisms in EU Free Trade Agreements
The EU Enlargement and Accession Procedure – The Case of Western Balkan Countries
Response of Western Balkan Countries to Migration Crisis
Mark E. Villiger
The European Court of Human Rights and its Role in the European Legal Order