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Austrian Review of International and European Law - A.R.I.E.L.


Stephan Wittich

Department of International Law
University of Vienna, Austria

Gerhard Loibl

Diplomatic Academy Vienna, Austria

Editorial Assistants

Andrea Bockley

Department of International Law
University of Vienna, Austria

Jane Alice Hofbauer

Department of International Law
University of Vienna, Austria

Editorial Board

F. Cede, Vienna Austria
P. Fischer, Vienna, Austria
G. Hafner, Vienna, Austria
W. Hummer, Innsbruck, Austria
W. Karl, Salzburg, Austria

H. Neuhold, Vienna, Austria
M. Nowak, Vienna, Austria
C. Schreuer, Vienna, Austria
K. Zemanek, Vienna, Austria

Advisory Board

W. Balekjian, Glasgow, Scotland
J. Crawford, Cambridge, England
P.-M. Dupuy, Paris, France
T.M. Franck, New York, U.S.A.
K. Ginther, Graz. Austria
G. Handl, New Orleans, U.S.A.
U. Kriebaum, Vienna, Austria
K. Herndl, Strasbourg, France
M. Koskenniemi, Helsinki, Finland
H.F. Köck, Linz, Austria
S.C. McCaffrey, Sacramento, U.S.A.

A. Randelzholzer, Berlin, Germany
W.M. Reisman, New Haven, U.S.A.
M. Rotter, Linz, Austria
B. Simma, The Hague, The Netherlands
L. Sucharipa-Behrmann, Vienna, Austria
C. Tomuschat, Berlin, Germany
H.-J. Uibopuu, Salzburg, Austria
F. Weiss, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
L. Wildhaber, Strasbourg, France

Aims and Scope

The Austrian Review of International and European Law (ARIEL) provides a scholarly forum to discuss issues of public international law and European law, with particular emphasis on topics having a special impact on, or being of particular interest for, Austria. lt focuses on theoretical questions and current developments in all areas of public international and European law. Each volume contains the following sections:

  • longer analytical articles;
  • shorter notes dealing with current developments;
  • relevant documents on international law; digest of Austrian Practice in international law, including that of the executive, legislative and the judicial branch;
  • book reviews and book notes

The editorial board and advisory board are composed of scholars and practitioners of public international and European law to ensure that the interrrelationship between current developments and the evolu-tion of modern public international and European law and thorough scholarly analysis is adequately reflected in the ARIEL.

Information for Authors

Manuscripts and other correspondence relating to articles for submission should be sent to: The editor-in-chief, Austrian Review of International and European Law, Department of International Law and International Relations, Schottenbastei 10-16, A-1010 Vienna, Austria, or via email to: ariel.int-law@univie.ac.at. One typewritten copy (or paper printout) of the manuscript plus the software should be submitted with double spacing between the lines. Footnotes should be numbered consecutively. Figures should be provided camera-ready. Authors are kindly requested to adhere to the instructions for authors and to keep own formatting at a minimum. No page charges are levied on authors or institutions. 25 free off prints as well as a complimentary copy in which the paper is published, will be provided for each accepted paper; additional off prints will be available to order. The author will receive two sets of page proofs together with the manuscript. One set with corrections and the manuscript must be returned to the editor-in-chief without delay to avoid hold-up in the production schedule. A charge may be made for any substantial alteration to the manuscript at this stage.

Communications relating to editorial matters and books for review should be sent to the editor-in-chief, ariel.int-law@univie.ac.at.


Volume 12 (2007): EUR 209.00/USD 309.00
Volume 11 (2006): EUR 150.00/USD 222.00
Volume 10 (2005): EUR 167.00/USD 229.00
Volume   9 (2004): EUR 213.00/USD 292.00
Volume   8 (2003): EUR 175.00/USD 250.00
Volume   7 (2002): EUR 175.00/USD 250.00
Volume   6 (2001): EUR 175,00/USD 250,00
Volume   5 (2000): EUR 188,00/USD 269,00
Volume   4 (1999): EUR 171,00/USD 245,00
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