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Digital Witness

Digital Witness

Digital Witness Using Open Source Information for Human Rights Investigation, Documentation, and Accountability Edited by Sam Dubberley, Alexa Koenig, and Daragh Murray ISBN: 9780198836063 (Hardcover)Publicado: 19 February 2020Páginas: 384 From videos of rights violations, to satellite images of environmental degradation, to eyewitness accounts disseminated on social media, human rights practitioners …

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The Cuba-U.S. Bilateral Relationship

The Cuba-U.S. Bilateral Relationship

The Cuba-U.S. Bilateral Relationship Taking Chinese Exceptionalism Seriously Congyan Cai ISBN: 9780190687366 (Hardcover)Publicado: 25 October 2019Páginas: 392 At the end of President Barack Obama’s second term, it seemed that the U.S. and Cuba might be on track to normalize relations after five decades of cold war animus. These hopes appeared …

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Recognition of Governments: Legitimacy and Control Six Months after Guaidó

Opinio Juris

Recognition of Governments: Legitimacy and Control Six Months after Guaidó On 23 January 2019, Juan Guaidó, the President of the Venezuelan National Assembly, proclaimed himself as the caretaker President of Venezuela in accordance with Article 223 of the Venezuelan Constitution. Guaidó’s Government falls foul of the criterion of effectiveness (control …

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The Dispute between Guyana and Venezuela over the Essequibo Region

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

The Dispute between Guyana and Venezuela over the Essequibo Region Introduction On 29 March 2018, Guyana filed an Application against Venezuela before the International Court of Justice (‘ICJ’) concerning the two States’ long-standing dispute over the Essequibo region. This Application was filed after the UN Secretary General decided on 30 …

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Summit of the Americas: Is There a Place for Venezuela?

OpinioJuris

Summit of the Americas: Is There a Place for Venezuela? by Ricardo Arredondo [Ricardo Arredondo is Professor of Public International Law at the University of Buenos Aires.] 1. Introduction In recent months, Latin-American countries have been actors and witnesses of a heated debate, as tend to be those in which …

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Does the ICJ Have Binding Jurisdiction Over the Guyana-Venezuela Border Controversy? Probably, But Maybe Not

OpinioJuris

Does the ICJ Have Binding Jurisdiction Over the Guyana-Venezuela Border Controversy? Probably, But Maybe Not by Julian Ku Last month, the UN Secretary General António Guterres announced that he was referring the longstanding border dispute between Guyana and Venezuela to the International Court of Justice. This decision was made after a …

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Reopening Proceedings for Reparations and Abuse of Process at the International Court of Justice

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Reopening Proceedings for Reparations and Abuse of Process at the International Court of Justice On 28 July 2017, Nicaragua made the rather surprising announcement that it would revive its claim for US$17 billion in compensation against the United States. To recall, in its 1986 Merits Judgment in Nicaragua v. United …

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The Venezuela Crisis at the Organization of American States: Between Withdrawal and Suspension

OpinioJuris

The Venezuela Crisis at the Organization of American States: Between Withdrawal and Suspension by Alonso Illueca [Alonso Illueca is a lawyer and adjunct Professor of law at Universidad Catolica Santa Maria La Antigua and Universidad del Istmo Panama.] On May 31, 2017, the Meeting of Consultation of Ministers of Foreign …

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The South China Sea moves to the Indian Ocean: Conflicting Claims Over the Tromelin Islet and its Maritime Entitlements

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

The South China Sea moves to the Indian Ocean: Conflicting Claims Over the Tromelin Islet and its Maritime Entitlements The small, isolated, inhospitable (and inhabited) island of Tromelin, located in the Indian Ocean north of Mauritius and the French Reunion island, and east of Madagascar (see map), has been the subject …

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Caso Pacific Rim contra El Salvador: CIADI rechaza pretensiones de empresa minera

Nicolas Boeglin

CASO PACIFIC RIM CONTRA EL SALVADOR: CIADI RECHAZA PRETENSIONES DE EMPRESA MINERA Protestas en El Salvador contra Pacific Rim. Fuente: sitio de la ONG Transparenciactiva (ver enlace). El pasado 11 de octubre del 2016, el Centro Internacional de Arreglo de Disputas entre Inversionista Extranjero y Estado (más conocido como CIADI …

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The Supremacy of International Law? – Part Two

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

The Supremacy of International Law? – Part Two Editor’s Note: This is the text of the 2nd Annual British Embassy (The Hague) International Law Lecture, delivered on 23 May 2016 (part two of two). Part one is available here. The relevance, engagement and application of international law in the domestic space are addressed …

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Nicaragua – Colombia: la CIJ se declara competente

Figura de las zonas otorgadas a Nicaragua y a Colombia en el Mar Caribe por parte de la CIJ en su fallo del 2012. Extraída de artículo de prensa publicado en Poder.cr

Nicolas Boeglin (*) El pasado 17 de marzo del 2016, la Corte Internacional de Justicia (CIJ) se declaró competente para examinar dos nuevas demandas planteadas por Nicaragua en el año 2013 contra Colombia, con relación al Mar Caribe. Un breve recuento Como se recordará, el 19 de noviembre del 2012, la CIJ …

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