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Understanding the New Ukraine Assistance Fund: A Game-Changer in EU Support to Ukraine?

After some nine months of intense diplomatic negotiations, the Ukraine Assistance Fund (UAF) has finally found its place in the EU legal framework. A political agreement was…

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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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Rising tensions at the EU’s External Borders with Russia: The Unwanted Return of Instrumentalised Migration and Problematic Responses

On November 22nd 2023, the Finnish government announced its decision to close all but one of its border crossings with Russia — having closed four crossings…

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The Discomfort of Extraterritoriality: US Semiconductor Export Controls and why their Chokehold on Dutch Photolithography Machines Matter  

In the wake of the US Department of Commerce’s announcement on 17 October 2023 of new sweeping semiconductor export control restrictions, China began stockpiling photolithography machines…

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The EU General Court’s Judgment in WS & Others v Frontex: What Could International Law on the Responsibility of International Organizations Offer in Grasping Frontex’ Responsibility?

Setting the scene: the facts and the ruling On 6 September 2023, the General Court as the first instance jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of…

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A future ‘EU Space Law’: A few Constitutional Considerations

A new and potentially extensive ‘EU Space Law’ is – according to the new EU Space Strategy on Defence and Security (the ‘Space Strategy’) released…

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English High Court Enforces ICSID Award Despite Alleged EU Incompatibility

A recent illuminating decision from the Commercial High Court of England and Wales sets an important precedent in favour of the recognition and enforcement of International Centre for…

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The EU’s (limited) push toward the strengthening of International Space Law

International Space Law has long suffered from a deficit in global regulatory action. Like many other areas of international law, international space law is behind with what is…

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Critical insecurities? The European Union’s trade and investment strategy for a stable supply of minerals for the green transition

Clashing over critical minerals The green transition is creating an exponential need for critical raw materials (“CRMs”), such as lithium, nickel and cobalt, as these…

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The EU boycott of Russian scientists and the right to science in the shadow of Ukraine’s invasion

The Russian Federation’s invasion of Ukraine has brought back the issue of scientific freedom and the protection of scientists developing military technology. The day after the invasion,…

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