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Excusing Illegal Use of Force: From Illegal but Legitimate to Legal Because it is Legitimate?

The US missile strikes on Syria have, inter alia, revived the debates on humanitarian intervention, the argument of ‘illegal but legitimate’ and more generally on the exceptions to…

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Justice for Syria? Opportunities and Limitations of Universal Jurisdiction Trials in Germany

During the ongoing conflict in Syria, horrific international crimes are being committed on a daily basis. With impunity for these crimes prevailing on an international level, the attention…

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The Use of Force Against People Smugglers: Conflicts with Refugee Law and Human Rights Law

On 18 May, EU ministers agreed on a military operation (EU NAVFOR Med) that could comprise, in its final phase, the boarding, seizure and destruction of suspected migrant…

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The Situation Concerning the Islamic State: Carte Blanche for the ICC if the Security Council Refers?

At a meeting of the UN Security Council held on 27 March 2015, the possibility of a referral to the International Criminal Court (ICC) of the situation…

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Who is Unwilling and Unable to Prosecute Crimes Against Humanity in Syria?

Abdulhay Sayed is an independent Syrian lawyer, and has been a lecturer in law in the Damascus Faculty of Law from 2005 to 2011.

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