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Trivia: State Leaders Appearing Before the International Court of Justice

Last week Friday, Sir Keir Starmer KC assumed office as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom following the decisive victory of his Labour Party in the UK's…

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Forceful imposition of foreign citizenship as discrimination and breach of the right to respect for private life

Introduction On 27 March 2024, the UN Human Rights Committee (UN HRC) adopted an important decision concerning human rights violations resulting from the…

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Implausible Confusion: The Meaning of “Plausibility” in the ICJ’s Provisional Measures 

Introduction  In its Order of 26 January 2024 in the case of South Africa v. Israel (brought under Article IX of the Convention on the…

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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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Is the Prohibition of Forcible Annexations of Territory a Jus Cogens Norm?

International law prohibits states from forcibly acquiring the territory of other states. But does this prohibition of the annexation of territory have the status of…

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Mexico and Ecuador at the ICJ: A Plea for Taking the Latin American Experience Seriously

On 5 April 2024, Ecuadorian special operation agents broke into the Mexican Embassy in Quito, Ecuador. Security footage released by Mexico captures the moment the…

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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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The Recent Genocide Cases and Public Interest Litigation: A Complicated Relationship

Here we go again! On 1 March 2024, Nicaragua instituted proceedings before the International Court of Justice (ICJ, the Court) against Germany for complicity in genocide. This…

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