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Christian J. Tams 14h
update on the latest twist in the arbitration saga — US Court in DC recognises ICSID award notwithstanding objection
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Christian J. Tams Sep 20
Latvia deposits optional clause declaration under 36(2), accepting (subject to relevant exceptions) the compulsory jurisdiction of the
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EJIL: Talk! Sep 20
New post: " and Reforms: Agenda-Widening and Paradigm-Shifting." and comment on South Africa's submission, arguing it is an excellent example of attempts at agenda-widening and paradigm-shifting.
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Başak Çalı Sep 19
In this post I discuss Qatar’s reservations to the , the record high number of objections to these and what may (or may not be) be next.
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EJIL: Talk! Sep 19
New post: Qatar’s Reservations to the : Anything new under the Sun? by .
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Richard Collins Sep 18
PhD on Challenges of Transnational Regulation? UCD Sutherland School of Law ioffering a scholarship (fees + E16k) in new PhD programme with 5 universities (Rome 3, Université Lyon 2, University of Luxembourg, Vilnius University and Birkbeck College, University of London). 1/2
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Afronomicslaw Sep 18
for : Our readers may be interested or know someone who fits. - , International Development Law Unit, Faculty of Law Univeristy of Pretoria. Huge opportunity to work with at . Pls share widely.👇🏿
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Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law Sep 18
: Still 4 weeks to apply for a Senior Research Fellow position () in public , international procedural Law, international adjudication. Info:
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Patryk I Labuda Sep 17
This is significant. Not clear why PTC needed 5 months to figure out that, yes, Prosecutor may appeal. But ok, at least Appeals Chamber will have final word on Afghanistan investogation or lack thereof
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Jennifer Hillman Sep 16
"We are witnessing what global trade absent the WTO is like. It is a world of dueling proclamations, where tariffs and quotas get applied and removed willy-nilly." I say time is now to reform+save the WTO. via
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GLAN Sep 16
Coverage of our submission with and to the Irish Medical Council on the need start factoring human rights into the upcoming re-accreditation of RCSI-Bahrain and the legal implications of failing to do so.
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Sean Bain Sep 17
Chair of the UN Fact Finding Mission on , speaking now at the Human Rights Council: 66,500 files & list of 150 people suspected of involvement in crimes under international law were transferred to the Independent Investigative Mechanism for Myanmar
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European University Sep 17
Hot of the press! We have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with , the European Investment Bank. 📝
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GCR2P Sep 16
Replying to @GCR2P
Voting on the draft agenda item on and mass atrocity prevention as follows:
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Paul Bradfield Sep 16
OTP gives notice of 2 grounds of appeal in the case. 1: The initial oral decision to acquit was procedurally defective; 2: The Majority applied an inconsistent and unclear standard of proof at the "no case to answer" stage.
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Ralph Janik Sep 17
"Regardless of who is responsible, the attacks [on Saudi Arabia] are unlawful for a variety of reasons. For several of those same reasons and others, however, Saudi Arabia has no right to use military force outside its territory in a response."
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EJIL: Talk! Sep 17
New post: "Drone Attacks on Saudi Aramco Oil Installations" by .
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ESIL-SEDI Sep 16
ESIL Young Scholar Prize: Congratulations to Alice Ollino for her paper on human rights in transboundary contexts and to Marie-Catherine Petersmann for her Honorable Mention for her paper on rethinking climate change!
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EJIL: Talk! Sep 16
Announcing our Second EJIL Symposium June 2020: Call for Papers on Inequality and International Law.
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Human Rights Program Sep 15
Clinic alum Marissa Brodney JD'18 weighs in on recent Appeals Chamber judgment in for , situating decision in context of ICC's evolving reparations regime. Check it out here:
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