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Letters to the Editors – A Note from EJIL and I•CON; In This Issue

Letters to the Editors – A Note from EJIL and I•CON EJIL covers principally public international law (though given the porous boundaries between the domestic and the international…

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Message from the Editors of EJIL and ICON

A great deal of the production process of EJIL and ICON takes place in India. We are all aware of the enormity of the COVID challenge facing India…

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New Issue of EJIL (Vol. 31 (2020) No. 4) Out This Week

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law will be published this week. Over the coming days, we will have a series of editorial…

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Interview of the former President of the ICC, Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji, by Shehzad Charania

  In the final weeks of the Presidency of ICC Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji, I conducted the following interview with him. I begin by asking Eboe-Osuji why…

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Announcements: CfA Fellowship in Human Rights, Inequality, and the Future of Work; Paik Choong-Hyun Prize; Unpacking Transitional Justice Series, Seminar 2; Racial Capitalism and the Anthropocene Lecture; RfC Edited Collections Over the General Law; Palestine, Israel and the ICC Webinar; Tel Aviv University International Law COVID Workshop; International Legal Podcast (Spanish); Online Workshop for UNWCC Researchers

1. Call for Applications: Fellowship in Human Rights, Inequality, and the Future of Work. The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice at the University of Texas at…

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Passing the Buck? The UN Security Council’s Undue Reliance on ASEAN to Defuse the Myanmar Crisis

After the UN Special Envoy's highly-charged report to the UN Security Council of "widespread, systematic attacks on civilians in Myanmar" and the continuum of unabated atrocities…

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Myanmar: Testing the Democratic Norm in International Law

It is official now: history does repeat itself. In 1990, the military regime in Burma, now Myanmar, held elections. To their surprise, the democratic opposition in the shape…

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“To Appear or not to Appear this was the Question” – The Saga of Kenya’s Non-Appearance in the Kenya –Somalia Maritime Delimitation in the Indian Ocean Case

“To be, or not to be, that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of…

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Announcements: Hague Academy of International Law 2022; CfS Asia Blogs; Celebrating Women’s Participation in International Law Lecture; CfP ESIL Joint Workshop International Organizations in Times of Covid; International Law and Distribution Conference

1. The Hague Academy of International Law 2022 Centre for Studies and Research. The 2022 edition of the Centre for Studies and Research will take place between 22 August – 9…

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Drowning Migrants, the Human Rights Committee, and Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations

In this post I will analyse more extensively the two decisions of the UN Human Rights Committee that I flagged previously (A.S. and others v. Malta,…

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