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Ukraine v. Russian Federation in Light of Ilaşcu: Two Short Points

In a post earlier this week, I considered the implications of the European Court of Human Right’s (ECtHR) recent just satisfaction judgment in Cyprus v. Turkey…

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Crimea after Cyprus v. Turkey: Just Satisfaction for Unlawful Annexation?

On 13 March 2014 Ukraine lodged an inter-state application under Article 33 of the European Convention against the Russian Federation. Philip Leach has addressed in this…

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Yanukovych Confirms He Invited Russian Intervention

In an interview with AP today, the ousted Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych confirmed that he invited Russian military intervention in Ukraine. Readers will remember the Russian ambassador…

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Crimea and (the Lack of) Continuity in Russian Approaches to International Law

On 27 March 2014, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution calling upon states not to recognize changes in status quo of Crimea region. 100 states voted…

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Crimea, Kosovo, Hobgoblins and Hypocrisy

One of the more remarkable aspects of the whole unfortunate Ukraine episode is the rampant hypocrisy on part of all of the major players involved in the dispute.

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Crimea’s Referendum and Secession: Why it Resembles Northern Cyprus More than Kosovo

On 16 March 2014, Crimea held a referendum on its future legal status. Reportedly, the choice to join Russia was supported by an overwhelming 95.5 per…

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Ukraine, Russia and Crimea in the European Court of Human Rights

Much has been written recently about the legal ramifications of events in Ukraine, but there was a new development last week when the European Court of Human…

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Crimea’s Declaration of Independence

The referendum on Crimea’s secession from Ukraine and on the subsequently planned accession to the Russian Federation has produced the expected results. An overwhelming majority has voted against…

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Oxford University Press Debate Map on Ukraine

Over the past couple weeks, there has been a flurry of writing on this blog  (see…

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Crimea and the Limits of International Law

The situation in Crimea has left many an international lawyer in shock. It seems to transport us back to past times when the superpowers did what they pleased…

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