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The (Un)Changing Face of ICJ Advocacy

While extensive literature exists on the theory and practice of international law, legal scholarship lacks a robust body of literature that systematically examines the profession itself. This article…

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Towards a gender-sensitive EU external trade policy

Gender equality is one of the central priorities of the EU’s external policies and actions. According to the Gender Action Plan III, 85% of the…

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Arresting “Mother Russia”: Female Defendants and Gender(ed) Justice in International Criminal Tribunals

With news breaking that the ICC has publicly issued its first two arrest warrants in relation to the Situation in Ukraine, much discussion has focused on…

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The Gender of Treaty Withdrawal: Lessons from the Istanbul Convention

In the early hours of 20 March 2021 the Turkish Official Gazette announced—in a one sentence statement that offered no explanation—that the President Erdoğan had decided to…

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Still Losing: A Short History of Women in Elections (and By-Elections) for the UN International Law Commission

On 12 November 2021, the UN General Assembly held the sixteenth regular election for the International Law Commission (ILC). As the Assembly extended the…

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Vicky Hernández et al. v. Honduras: A Landmark Victory with a Bitter Aftertaste

On June 28, on International LGBT Pride Day, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACtHR) issued its ruling in Vicky Hernández et al. v. Honduras, the first…

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On the ILC, professional background, gender and positivism: A Rejoinder to Jan Klabbers

In “Codification by Interpretation”: The International Law Commission as an Interpreter of International Law, I argue that the United Nations (‘UN’) International Law Commission (‘ILC’) interprets international…

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Gender in Academic Publishing

Editor's Note: The footnotes to this article have been omitted. The full version can be found here. The authors would like to emphasize…

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The ECHR and Gender Quotas in Elections

  The ECtHR recently decided its first gender quota case, and another one is pending. The former dealt with a gender imbalance favoring male candidates, while the latter…

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