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Christian J. Tams
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Favourite Readings 2019 — Book Recommendations by EJIL Board Members via
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Opinio Juris 10h
Cyprus petitions to safeguard offshore rights
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Congratulations in particular to all our graduating LLM students!
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EJIL: Talk! Dec 4
New post: “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words” Marko Milanovic comments on Aung San Suu Kyi appearing in person to defend Myanmar at the ICJ and the $2,000 tours to The Hague, saying “it will be a sad spectacle, in more ways than one.”
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Jean d'Aspremont Dec 3
International Law’s Invisible Frames | 4-5 December 2019 | with & many others
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Christian J. Tams Dec 3
coverage of recent attempts to defuse/contain concerns over —> Egypt and Sudan in talks to defuse tensions over Ethiopian dam
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Stephen Bogle Dec 3
The FT editorial about the . Whether you are striking or not, you should read it. Plainly, it explains what is at stake for the HE sector.
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Julian Borger Dec 3
More from in "Previously unpublished data from the AFSA shows that the foreign service is losing people at an alarming clip. In the first two years of Trump’s presidency, nearly half of the State Department’s Career Ministers retired or were pushed out."
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IBRU Dec 3
Chagos Islands: UK refusal to return archipelago to Mauritius show the limits of international law via
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Glasgow Centre for International Law and Security Dec 3
On 6 December GCILS will be hosting the next meeting of the NUK Human Rights Network- an initiative by academics from Durham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle and others to develop regional links and strengthen our human rights research agendas. Details:
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Valentin J. Schatz Dec 3
The Centre of International Law () at National University of is currently seeking research staff (pre-doc or post-doc) to join its & Policy Programme from 1 February 2020. More info:
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Christian J. Tams Dec 3
The old days — not easy to beat Warburg. Luhmann may be better still, as he did not apply for funding in the first place - just wanted 30 years to work out the theory of society (below, from the preface to Theory of Society)
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Prof. Gentian Zyberi Dec 2
Two postdoctoral positions at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights – deadline January 6, 2020 | International Law Observer | A blog dedicated to reports, commentary and the discussion of topical issues of international law.
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Brilliant Maps Dec 2
All Countries That Have Ongoing Territorial Disputes With Others -
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International History Cologne Dec 2
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Douglas Guilfoyle Dec 2
President Chile Eboe-Osuji’s statement at ICC ASP18:
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Jean d'Aspremont Dec 2
10th Intensive Doctoral Week at | 15-19 June 2020 | PhD-training lab | Call for submissions | Deadline: 10 Feb 2020 |
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90s Football Nov 29
An Italian magazine elected this as the worst 20 seconds of football ever played (QPR vs. Man City, 1993)
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Tom Ruys Nov 28
Passionate about International Law and looking for a fully-funded PhD scholarship? Applications for a FWO scholarship in Belgium will be opening soon. Outstanding candidates only. For further info send private message.
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Alina Miron Nov 28
For those interested in dispute-settlement in LoS, don't miss the event of 9 December, The Hague Starring Mr Roman Kolodkin, ITLOS Judge, Mr Philippe Gautier, Registrar of the ICJ and Alina Miron, Professor at University of Angers:
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