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Announcements: Principle of Normality Seminar; CfP EYCL; Law & Nature Dialogue Webinar; EU Labour Migration Summer School; Climate Security Workshop; International Law and HR Vacancy; Climate Conference; ICLQ Annual Lecture; International Fisheries Law Conference; Global Health Law Roundtable; CfA Oxford Law Faculty / All Souls College Workshop

1. The Principle of Normality and Areas Beyond State Territorial Control Seminar. This seminar with Antal Berkes on The Principle of Normality and Areas Beyond…

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Two Weeks in Review, 14 – 27 February 2022

The Situation in Ukraine Over the last week, we've been offering legal analysis and commentary on the situation in Ukraine.

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Will the Morocco-Nigeria Bilateral Investment Treaty Transform Sustainable Development into Hard Law?

The SDGs have now received virtually global endorsement. At the same time, new BITs have emerged which incorporate both the SDGs and the concept of sustainable development. This…

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New Options for Investor Accountability in ISDS

ISDS emerged in the twentieth century to empower foreign investors to assert legal claims against host states without the intervention of their home state. But this understanding of…

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Hope and the Gradual Self-Constituting of Mankind

Philip Allott is a mind-altering substance. It is not possible to leave one of his lectures, or to read one of his books or articles, without undergoing a…

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Crippling Compensation in the Law of State Responsibility

Is there an exception to the principle of full reparation in international law of State responsibility for cases where full compensation is ‘crippling’ for the responsible State or…

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Two Weeks in Review, 15 – 28 March 2021

Arron N. Honniball examines some procedural law issues that arose in the Mauritius/Maldives Preliminary Objections Judgment that related to whether Judges…

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Proposed EU Sanctions Against Uganda: Thoughts on This New Extraterritorial Human Rights Regime

On 11 February 2021, the European parliament adopted three resolutions on human rights situations in Uganda, Rwanda and Kazakhstan. Notably, for Uganda, it called for sanctions against…

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The EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment: a tale of sound and fury

On December 30, the European Commission announced that the European Union and China had reached an agreement in principle on investment, nearly seven years after negotiations began.

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Two Weeks in Review, 18 – 31 January 2021

Jule Giegling discusses the legality of the trade measures imposed by China to combat COVID-19 under the SPS…

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