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The Houthi Attacks Against the UAE: Rules of Conflict and International Law of State Responsibility

The conflict in Yemen has spread beyond the confines of Yemen, with the Houthis mounting attacks against critical infrastructure in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE)…

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Inadequate State Response to Protect Life and Health in Times of COVID-19 as a Violation of Human Rights Obligations – the Example of Poland

While the fourth wave of COVID-19 pandemics flows over Europe and other continents, States undertake different steps and measures aimed at minimizing the spread of the virus. Many…

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The Role of the Right to Health in a “Hidden” Pandemic: Antimicrobial Resistance

Last week, UK health officials declared that a "hidden pandemic" of antibiotic-resistant infections could soon threaten human health and lives. More cold symptoms are expected this winter,…

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Inviting a Wolf to the Table: The 2020 US-Taliban Agreement and Questions of State Responsibility

On Sunday 15 August 2021, towards the final phase of the US and other NATO States’ withdrawal from Afghanistan, the Taliban entered Kabul’s abandoned presidential palace, confirmed its…

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Dithering, Trickling Down, and Encoding: Concluding Thoughts on the ‘ILC Articles at 20’ Symposium

Twenty years ago, to this day, the ILC’s efforts at clarifying the rules of State responsibility came to an end. On 9 August 2001, the ILC finalised its…

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State Responsibility and the Global Environmental Crisis

This post explores some aspects of the ILC’s Articles on the Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts (‘ARSIWA’) as they concern the global environmental crisis. The understanding…

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The Application of the Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts in the WTO Regime

In this short post, I consider the unique application of the International Law Commission’s Articles on the Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts (ARSIWA) to the…

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The Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts and the making of international investment law

In modern international law, the relationship between state responsibility and the protection of foreigners and their property is one of cross-fertilization and even common origin. When in 1924…

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Strengthening the rule of law in time of war: An IHL perspective on the present and future of the Articles on State Responsibility

International humanitarian law is one of the oldest areas of international law. As such, it was unsurprisingly a key source for the International Law Commission in its work…

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Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts and Human Rights Practice

How should we consider the relationship between the Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts (ARSIWA) and human rights practice over the past 20 years? Provocative…

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