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Torts in UK Foreign Relations – Post Scriptum Following the UKSC’s Judgment in Zubaydah v FCDO

In my post introducing the symposium, I provided three reasons why I believed the discussion in my book was timely. Little did I know, at the…

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Torts in UK Foreign Relations: Response to Professors Mills, Ryngaert and Webb

I am grateful to Professors Alex Mills, Cedric Ryngaert and Philippa Webb for discussing various aspects of my book on Torts in UK Foreign Relations…

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Torts in Dutch Foreign Relations: Choice of Law Issues

Uglješa Grušić’s Torts in UK Foreign Relations is an impressive work discussing the relevance of private international law for tortious claims arising out of the…

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The Application of Foreign Tort Law to Extraterritorial Exercises of UK Executive Authority: A Practice without Principle?

When the United Kingdom exercises executive authority outside its territory, a variety of legal claims may (and in practice often do) ensue in the English courts. Such claims…

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The Taming Function of Private International Law

Dr Uglješa Grušić has published a new book, Torts in UK Foreign Relations, that provides a comprehensive account of private international law aspects of tortious…

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Torts in UK Foreign Relations: An Introduction

If a British soldier or a member of the British security services commits a wrong in a foreign country while acting in an official capacity, the victim’s best…

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Book Discussion on Uglješa Grušić’s Torts in UK Foreign Relations

The blog is thrilled to announce its upcoming discussion on Dr Uglješa Grušić’s new book, Torts in UK Foreign Relations, part of the Oxford University…

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