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Announcements: I-HILT Lecture with Anne Orford; ILDG Lecture on Ukraine; CfS CILJ; Continental Shelf Seminar; Ukraine Peace Project; Athens PIL Discussion; UN Audiovisual Library of International Law; New Globalization Podcast; CfP IV TRAMEREN Conference; Green Ambitions Conference; Calls for Action from Ukrainian Institutions

1. I-HILT History of International Law E-Lecture Series 2021-2022 – Anne Orford: International Law and the Politics of History. The ongoing I-HILT online e-lecture series at…

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Two Weeks in Review, 28 February – 13 March 2022

There is much to review from this past fortnight. Readers might find the EJIL podcast one of the more accessible ways to hear analysis on various aspects of…

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Two Weeks in Review, 31 January – 13 February 2022

Freya Baetens and Marco Bronckers take a closer look at the…

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Self-Constitution of Mankind without Constitutional Constructivism?

Philip Allott’s recent essay on EJIL: Talk! criticized power-oriented conceptions of ‘international law among sovereign states’ that privilege the self-interests of governments and contribute to the ‘collapse…

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A Former Danish Minister for Immigration is Sentenced: A new Chapter in the Danish ‘Migrants Saga’

On December 13 2021 the Danish Court of Impeachment (Rigsretten) convicted Inger Støjberg, a former Minister of Immigration, for having unlawfully instructed public authorities to separate migrant…

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Two Weeks in Review, 11 – 24 October 2021

EJIL: The Podcast! Episode 12 - "No Licence to Kill" In this episode, Marko Milanovic, Philippa Webb and Dapo Akande discuss the legal issues that arise from targeted…

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Two Weeks in Review, 29 March – 11 April 2021

Myanmar Marc Weller reflects on the norm of democracy in international law in light of the recent military coup in…

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SDG Report 2020: The Civil, Political, Economic, Social, Cultural, and Development Rights Crises Deepening in the Global South

The United Nations recently released its Sustainable Development Goals Report 2020, and the results are expectedly grim during this global pandemic.  Not only has the world fallen…

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Happy New Year and Most Read Posts of 2018!

I would like to wish our readers a very Happy 2019! Before we close out 2018, I would like to set out our most read posts of the…

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The Use of Nerve Agents in Salisbury: Why does it Matter Whether it Amounts to a Use of Force in International Law?

Over the past few days, there has been discussion of whether the attempt to murder Sergei Skripal and his daughter, in the UK, by the use of a…

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