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The ICC’s take on aggregation of intensity in Al Hassan case

On 26 June, the Trial Chamber X (the Chamber) of the International Criminal Court (ICC) handed down its ruling in the Al Hassan case. The judgment was keenly…

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Interview of the former President of the ICC, Judge Piotr Hofmański

On 13 March 2024, a few days after completing his term as President of the ICC, I conducted the following interview with Judge Piotr Hofmański.  It was a…

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The Occupation of Gaza in the ICJ Palestine Advisory Opinion

As I noted in my first post on the ICJ Palestine AO, the Court has held that the law of occupation, at least…

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The Prohibition of Annexations and ICJ’s Advisory Opinion on the Occupied Palestinian Territory

The International Court of Justice issued its much-anticipated advisory opinion in Legal Consequences arising from the Policies and Practices of Israel in the Occupied Palestinian…

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Announcements: Inadvertent Negligence in Criminal Law Conference; Perspectives on Willful Blindness and Mistakes of Fact Workshop; CfS Terrorism and Belligerency Workshop

1. Criminalising Carelessness: Inadvertent Negligence in Criminal Law. The Research Group "Criminal Law Theory" at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security, and…

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ICJ Delivers Advisory Opinion on the Legality of Israel’s Occupation of Palestinian Territories

Yesterday, the International Court of Justice delivered its groundbreaking advisory opinion on the Legal Consequences arising from the Policies and Practices of Israel in the Occupied Palestinian Territory,…

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Olympics 2024: The litmus test for the future role of international sport in times of war

As the Moscow Times reports, ‘only 16 Russians and 17 Belarusians have accepted invitations to compete under a neutral banner at the Paris Olympics’. While…

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Environmental Procedural Rights at Risk? Inadequate Financial Contributions Threaten to Undermine the Aarhus Convention

From 2-4 July, the Working Group of the Parties to the Aarhus Convention met for the 28th time in the UN Headquarters in Geneva. The…

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Assistance to a Countermeasure in International Law

In recent years, States have begun to discuss and assess whether and when they may cooperate in the taking of countermeasures. The question has arisen most prominently in…

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Watch this space: Executing Article 8 Compliant Climate Mitigation Legislation in Verein KlimaSeniorinnen v. Switzerland

Now that the European Court of Human Rights delivered its first violation judgment in a human rights-based lack of climate mitigation ambition case, in Verein Klima Seniorinnen…

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