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To leave or not to leave? Is it time to reconsider the role of State intent within ‘constructive refoulement’?

The aim of international refugee law is ultimately to ensure those fleeing their country of origin due to persecution can seek refuge elsewhere. This is a key difference…

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In with the old? The calls for scrapping the ship-scrapping convention

The Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, 2009 is set to enter into force in June 2025 and…

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People from La Oroya vs Peru, Inter-American Court of Human Rights: How Effective is International Law to Protect the Environment in Extractive Contexts?

On March 22nd, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights ruled a landmark decision on the protection of the right to a healthy environment in the…

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How a documentary film can help UNCITRAL Working Group III think through ISDS reform

As states explore options to reform investment treaties and investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS), they can draw on a growing body of grounded perspectives about how the system works…

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Past Time to Liquidate Russian Assets

This piece is cross-posted on Just Security. Two long years ago, Russia launched its brutal campaign of aggression and atrocity against Ukraine. That full-scale invasion…

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Immobilised Assets, Extraordinary Profits: The EU Council Decision on Russia’s Central Bank Reserves and Its Legal Challenges

On 28 February 2024, the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, announced that ‘it is time to start a conversation about using the windfall…

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Unmasking Green Colonialism in EU-Namibia Hydrogen Deal

As time ticks away to meet net-zero targets, the EU is among those looking towards African sunshine and wind in the hopes to produce renewable hydrogen. Hidden behind…

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Collateralising Russia’s Frozen Currency Reserves: A Creative Solution, Playing for Time, or Both?

The past several weeks have seen a new-ish development in the ongoing saga concerning the fate of the Central Bank of Russia’s (CBR) frozen foreign currency reserves.

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Transition Minerals: A Cautionary Tale from Greenland

On 19 July 2023, Greenland Minerals (GM), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Australian mining company Energy Transition Minerals (ETM) initiated arbitration proceedings against the Governments of Greenland and…

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Seizing Russia’s Frozen Assets: Quis iudicabit?

As 2024 begins, negotiations on further financial assistance to Ukraine have stalled on both sides of the Atlantic. As a consequence,…

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