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Valentin J. Schatz 16h
"France, Germany, UK challenge legality of China’s South China Sea claim"
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Mike Becker 11h
Wow, the Netherlands may bring an action against based on alleged violations of the . Could another erga omnes partes case at the be on the horizon? More info from below.
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The Duty to Derogate: Suspending Human Rights in a Very Limited and Specific Way? | by
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Elizabeth Stubbins Bates 13h
In my post for I argue that the Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill 2019-2021 risks undermining the enforcement of IHL. The government’s soundbites that the Bill will reassert IHL’s primacy over the ECHR are simply not made out.
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Legislating by Soundbite: The Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill | by
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Carla Ferstman Sep 17
In this post, asks whether a soldier should get away with violating the law because he/she was caught in a dangerous, stressful situation that affected him/her adversely. According to her (and the jurisprudence and legal analysis she cites) the answer is no
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The Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill and the Irish Sea: risks of reciprocal application to the legacy of the Northern Ireland conflict | by Daniel Holder
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EJIL: Talk! Sep 17
Occupational Hazards of Soldiers - A Critique of Section 3 of the Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill 2019-21 | by
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EJIL: Talk! Sep 17
The Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill 2019-2021: A Pragmatic Response to Over-Zealous Claims Against the Military or a Vehicle for Impunity? | Introduction to a Symposium by Thomas Obel Hansen and
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EJIL: Talk! Sep 16
In Memoriam Luzius Wildhaber | by Antônio A. Cançado Trindade
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Jarrod Hepburn Sep 15
A great symposium on 's thought-provoking new book. My own reflections on it are forthcoming in EJIL soon (and available here in the meantime! )
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EJIL: Talk! Sep 16
Luzius Wildhaber (1937-2020), President of the European Court of Human Rights: A Tribute | by Robert Spano
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EJIL: Talk! Sep 15
New post: Book Symposium: Comparative Reasoning in International Courts and Tribunals: Wrap-Up
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Daniel Peat Sep 15
To cap off a busy couple of days on Twitter, here’s my concluding post to the symposium on Comparative Reasoning, where I develop my thoughts about the interpretative approach of the and respond to ’ remarks about interpretation and IL scholarship
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Antonios Tzanakopoulos 🔻 Sep 15
Some thoughts on the fascination of international lawyers with the rules of interpretation, using 's excellent book as a springboard. Thanks to for hosting!
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Book Symposium: Comparative Reasoning in International Courts and Tribunals | A Response by
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Book Symposium: Comparative Reasoning in International Courts and Tribunals | by
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Yvonne McDermott Rees Sep 15
Thanks for having me, , and particular thanks to for such insightful scholarship!
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Book Symposium: Comparative Reasoning in International Courts and Tribunals | by
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CIJ_ICJ Sep 14
WATCH LIVE: the United States of America opens the first round of oral argument on the preliminary objections raised in the case v. before the
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