martes, diciembre 5, 2023

Archivo de Etiquetas: CONSIDERING

Global Pact for the Environment: Defragging international law?

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Global Pact for the Environment: Defragging international law? A ‘defrag’ computer program that consolidates fragmented files on a hard drive holds metaphorical attraction for international lawyers. Our encounters with international law often seem to be specific to particular legal regimes, which have a functional orientation and professional sensibility that, in …

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Confronting the Migrant Threat to the EU

Project Syndicate

Confronting the Migrant Threat to the EU Jun 22, 2018 Ana Palacio More than any other challenge facing Europe today, the ongoing migration crisis has the potential to destroy the European project. Rather than debating European Commission diktats and lamenting member states’ rebelliousness, EU leaders must consider fresh approaches, including …

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70 Years of the International Law Commission: Drawing a Balance for the Future

OpinioJuris

70 Years of the International Law Commission: Drawing a Balance for the Future by Christiane Ahlborn and Bart Smit Duijzentkunst [Christiane Ahlborn and Bart Smit Duijzentkunst are Associate Legal Officers at the Codification Division of the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs in New York. This post, and its sister post …

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The ICC’s Curious Dissolution of the Afghanistan Pre-Trial Chamber

OpinioJuris

The ICC’s Curious Dissolution of the Afghanistan Pre-Trial Chamber by Kevin Jon Heller Many ICC observers have been wondering why the Pre-Trial Chamber is taking so long to decide on the OTP’s request to open a formal investigation into the situation in Afghanistan. A little-noticed document filed by the Presidency …

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Security Council Resolutions as Evidence of Customary International Law

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Security Council Resolutions as Evidence of Customary International Law In 2012 the International Law Commission began to address one of the last major uncodified areas of public international law: how norms of customary law (CIL) are to be identified.  The exercise at the ILC has not been an easy one.  …

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Treaty Between The United States Of America And The Union Of Soviet Socialist Republics On The Limitation Of Anti-Ballistic Missile Systems

TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS ON THE LIMITATION OF ANTI-BALLISTIC MISSILE SYSTEMS Signed at Moscow May 26, 1972 Ratification advised by U.S. Senate August 3, 1972 Ratified by U.S. President September 30, 1972 Proclaimed by U.S. President October 3, 1972 Instruments …

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The Dickenson Bay Agreement (Agreement Establishing The Caribbean Free Trade Association)

THE DICKENSON BAY AGREEMENT AGREEMENT ESTABLISHING THE CARIBBEAN FREE TRADE ASSOCIATION The Governments of Antigua, Barbados and British Guiana – SHARING a common determination to fulfil within the shortest possible time the hopes and aspirations of their peoples of other Caribbean countries for full employment and improved living standards; CONSCIOUS …

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Election Rules for ICC Judges: A Balanced Bench Through Quasi-Quotas

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Election Rules for ICC Judges: A Balanced Bench Through Quasi-Quotas At its 16th session starting today (Monday 4 December) in New York, the ICC Assembly of States Parties (ASP) will proceed to elect six new judges for the Court. In doing so, the ASP will follow a special procedure that …

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If President Trump Ends the Iran Deal, Can He Trigger the Security Council Snapback?

OpinioJuris

If President Trump Ends the Iran Deal, Can He Trigger the Security Council Snapback? by Jean Galbraith [Jean Galbraith is an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School] President Trump has reportedly made a decision about whether or not to end the Iran deal – although …

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North Korea and the Law on Anticipatory Self-Defense

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

North Korea and the Law on Anticipatory Self-Defense Media reports over the last few weeks indicate that the already tense relationship between North Korea and the United States is getting worse. Now that North Korea is nearly ready to test an intercontinental ballistic missile, the United States has said that …

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The Palestinian Authority Jury Award: Implications on Liability of Non-States and Damages for Psychological Harm

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

The Palestinian Authority Jury Award: Implications on Liability of Non-States and Damages for Psychological Harm The recent jury verdict in the U.S. federal court finding that the Palestinian Authority should pay $655.5 million in damages to American victims of terrorism during the second Intifada has important legal and political ramifications. …

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CERTAIN ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT BY NICARAGUA IN THE BORDER AREA (COSTA RICA v. NICARAGUA) – CONSTRUCTION OF A ROAD IN COSTA RICA ALONG THE SAN JUAN RIVER (NICARAGUA v. COSTA RICA) – REQUEST PRESENTED BY COSTA RICA FOR THE INDICATION OF NEW PROVISIONAL MEASURES (INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE – 22 November 2013)

INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE YEAR 2013 22 November  2013 General List Nos. 150 and 152 CERTAIN ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT BY NICARAGUA IN THE BORDER AREA (COSTA RICA v. NICARAGUA) CONSTRUCTION OF A ROAD IN COSTA RICA ALONG THE SAN JUAN RIVER (NICARAGUA v. COSTA RICA) REQUEST PRESENTED BY COSTA RICA …

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