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Kadi and Al Barakaat: Luxembourg is not Texas – or Washington DC

Piet Eeckhout is Professor of Law and Director of the Centre for European Law at King's College London. He was a member of the legal…

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The Obligation to “Extradite or Prosecute” is not an Obligation to “Prosecute or Extradite”

Joanna Harrington is Associate Professor of Law, University of Alberta, Canada. Her Phd obtained from the University of Cambridge dealt with extradition and human rights.

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Belgium brings case against Senegal in the ICJ over Failure to Prosecute Hissene Habre

Belgium has filed a case in the ICJ against Senegal (see press release) with regard to Senegal's failure to prosecute former Chadian Head of State, Hissene Habre.

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European Court decides A and others v. United Kingdom

Today the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights delivered its judgment in A and others v. United Kingdom, App. No. 3455/05, the sequel to the…

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The Tricky Question of State Succession to International Responsibility

Consider the following scenario: state A commits an internationally wrongful act (say genocide) against state B, incurring responsibility for doing so and giving state B an entitlement to reparation. Before…

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Recent Developments at the International Court of Justice

Speedy Despatch of Business at the Court? In addition to new judges taking up office, and the election of the President and the Vice President (which Marko…

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Judge Owada Elected as New ICJ President

Last week, the judges of the International Court of Justice elected Judge Hisashi Owada as the Court’s new President, and Judge Peter Tomka as its new Vice-President, each for a…

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ICTY Trial Chamber Suspends Seselj Trial

The most poorly run trial ever before the ICTY – the high profile proceedings against the ultra-nationalist Serbian leader Vojislav Seselj – has entered into what I can…

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Prosecutions of US Officials for Torture? Some Issues

Leon Panetta, US President Obama's nominee to be Director of the CIA, stated in his confirmation hearings last Thursday that he believes waterboarding to be torture (see here).

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One step forward, two steps backward: The ICJ interprets Mexico’s Request for Interpretation of Avena and other Mexican Nationals

On 19 January 2009, the International Court of Justice formally declined to interpret its judgment in the Case of Avena and Certain Other Mexican Nationals (Avena),…

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