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Keynote Speech Part III: Challenging International Law: What’s New?

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Keynote Speech Part III: Challenging International Law: What’s New? [Jutta Brunnée is Professor of Law and Metcalf Chair in Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto. This essay is based on a keynote presentation given at the annual conference of the Canadian Council on International Law in Ottawa, on November …

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Lost in Space? Gaps in the International Space Object Registration Regime

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Lost in Space? Gaps in the International Space Object Registration Regime Despite having been operational for over 15 years, the satellites NSS-6 and NSS-7 are missing from the United Nations Register of Objects Launched into Outer Space (‘International Register’). Just as we do not accept unregistered cars on our roads, …

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Inter-American Court of Human Rights condemns Venezuelan regime’s political persecution against the opposition in the San Miguel Sosa and others case

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Inter-American Court of Human Rights condemns Venezuelan regime’s political persecution against the opposition in the San Miguel Sosa and others case The Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter, IACtHR) published a recent decision (only available in Spanish) in the San Miguel Sosa and others vs. Venezuela case, by means of …

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The Anatomy of Global Debt

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The Anatomy of Global Debt Jun 15, 2018 Howard Davies The IMF’s new Global Debt Database is an impressive piece of work. And the numbers suggest that the so-called debt intensity of growth has increased: we seem to need higher levels of debt to support a given rate of economic …

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Interesante sentencia de la CIJ sobre excepciones preliminares en el caso ‘Immunities and Criminal Proceedings’ (Guinea Ecuatorial contra Francia): discusión sobre abusos procesales y del derecho, distinción entre principios y sus derivados

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Interesante sentencia de la CIJ sobre excepciones preliminares en el caso ‘Immunities and Criminal Proceedings’ (Guinea Ecuatorial contra Francia): discusión sobre abusos procesales y del derecho, distinción entre principios y sus derivados Por Nicolás Carrillo Santarelli La Corte Internacional de Justicia (en adelante, CIJ) acaba de emitir y publicar su …

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The transfer of the US Embassy to Jerusalem: the need of responses from international community

Nicolas Boeglin

The transfer of the US Embassy to Jerusalem: the need of responses from international community The transfer of the US Embassy to Jerusalem: the need of responses from international community Nicolas Boeglin, Professor of Public International Law, Law Faculty, University of Costa Rica Picture taken from this press note of …

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Información / desinformación: a propósito de una reciente declaración conjunta sobre las “armas químicas” en Siria (Douma)

Nicolas Boeglin

Información / desinformación: a propósito de una reciente declaración conjunta sobre las “armas químicas” en Siria (Douma) El pasado 26 de abril, Rusia organizó en La Haya una reunión en la sede de la Organización para la Prohibición de las Armas Químicas (OPAQ, más conocida por sus siglas en inglés …

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The Attack on Syria and the Contemporary Jus ad Bellum

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

The Attack on Syria and the Contemporary Jus ad Bellum The United States, Britain, and France have attacked various chemical weapons facilities in Syria. Even before they acted, a number of commentators claimed that any such attack would be internationally unlawful. Below, I explain why that claim is too simplistic …

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Bolivia and Chile in The Hague: Can They Quiet the Ghosts of the Pacific War, and Thrive Together in the 21st Century?

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Bolivia and Chile in The Hague: Can They Quiet the Ghosts of the Pacific War, and Thrive Together in the 21st Century? by Monica Feria-Tinta and Simon Milnes [Monica Feria-Tinta is a barrister specialising in Public International Law, at the Bar of England and Wales and Simon Milnes is a …

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An International Use of Force in Salisbury?

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

An International Use of Force in Salisbury? In the afternoon of Sunday, 4 March, Mr Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were found slumped on a park bench in Salisbury. Mr Skripal is a former Russian agent convicted of espionage for the West, exchanged in a spy swap and brought …

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The IACtHR Advisory Opinion: one step forward or two steps back for LGBTI rights in Costa Rica?

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The IACtHR Advisory Opinion: one step forward or two steps back for LGBTI rights in Costa Rica? On 9th January 2018, the IACtHR issued Advisory Opinion No. 24 on gender identity, equality and non-discrimination for same-sex couples, a ground-breaking decision for the advancement of LGBTI rights in the Americas. However, the …

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The Activation of the Crime of Aggression in Perspective

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The Activation of the Crime of Aggression in Perspective In its final hours soon after midnight of 14 December 2017, the 16th Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court decided to activate the Court‘s jurisdiction over the crime of aggression. This is the effect …

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