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Request for “Clarification” or “Modification” of the Provisional Measures Orders: Different Paths, Same Destination?

Within three months of instituting proceedings against Israel in the case concerning the Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide in…

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Does Israel have the right to self-defence – and what are the restrictions?

There has been much focus on Israeli violations of international humanitarian law (jus in bello) and possible genocide in Gaza. Less attention has been paid to Israel’s claim…

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Taking the Road Less Travelled: The ICJ’s Pragmatic Approach to Provisional Measures in Nicaragua v Germany

When President Salam announced the ICJ’s decision not to indicate provisional measures against Germany as requested by Nicaragua on Tuesday, the legal advisers of States…

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The Attainability of the Evidentiary Standard for Genocidal Intent in Gaza

Since 2019, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has been perceived as a viable instrument for stopping ongoing genocides after the UN political organs have failed to take…

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Resolution 2728 (2024) is a Binding Council Resolution

Resolution 2728 (2024) has legally binding effect. Eran Sthoeger makes the claim that the Security Council’s resolution 2728, which demanded an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, is…

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Resolution 2728 on Israel/Gaza is Significant, But it Is Not a Binding Council Decision

Resolution 2728 on the situation in Gaza is not legally binding. This conclusion is not counterintuitive or surprising. Rather it is the result of a sound understanding of…

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EJIL: The Podcast! Episode 26: Hunger for Thought

We need to talk about hunger. After seven decades of a decline in mass death from starvation, starvation is now a reality for millions of people. And most…

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Gaza, Forced Displacement, and Genocide

International courts and commissions of enquiry have been reluctant to find that forced displacement constitutes genocide. Forced displacement, in its various forms, is a war crime (Rome…

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On UNRWA, Palestine Refugees, and International Law

In the past month, some of the major donors to the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) announced they were suspending…

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Damaged Beyond Repair? International Law after Gaza

“Never has [an international law professor] sensed such profound skepticism about the legitimacy and usefulness of the discipline he teaches. Hasn’t the appalling conflict unfolding before our…

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