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Why I Can’t Sign the World Lawyers’ Pledge on Climate Action

Saskia Stucki and colleagues have invited the readers of this blog to sign the “World Lawyers’ Pledge on Climate Action”. I find myself…

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The pandemic, UN cyber negotiations and international law and norms

Bright winter sunlight flooded the non-descript conference room in the Palais des Nations, as delegates of the UN Group of Governmental Experts (GGE) on cyber took their seats.

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Two Weeks in Review, 30 August – 12 September 2021

Afghanistan Diane Desierto and Tahmina Sobat introduce a petition written by Afghan human rights advocates that seeks explicit international action from the UN, the UN Office…

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Announcements: CfS Cambridge International Law Journal; Secondary Sanctions Conference; Navi Pillay Lecture; Human Rights Essay Award; International Criminal Justice in an Age of Misinformation; Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law Conference; Artificial Intelligence from the Perspective of Law and Ethics; Jindal Society of International Law Lecture; Racism and Law in Europe Conversation Series

1. Call for Submissions: Cambridge International Law Journal. The Editorial Board of the Cambridge International Law Journal has issued a call for submissions for Volume 11…

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Attacking women’s rights and UN human rights mechanisms under the guise of principle

Grégor Puppinck’s response to critiques of the ECLJ’s report on financing for the UN human rights Special Procedures’ system is a masterclass in evasion. He entirely…

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Brexit, the Irish Protocol and the ‘Versailles Effect’

What does the Treaty of Versailles have to do with Brexit, you may be asking yourself? Quite a lot I would like to suggest. But a…

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World Lawyers’ Pledge on Climate Action: An Urgent Call for Climate Mainstreaming

The world is facing climate emergency, one of a series of overlapping and mutually reinforcing environmental crises. In 2017, more than 15,000 scientists from 184 countries…

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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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Announcements: CfP Tsinghua China Law Review; Sustainable Development and the Law Conference; Centre for Environmental Law Webinar; CfS International Trade and Business Law Review; Racism and Law in Europe Conversation Series

1. Call for Papers: Tsinghua China Law Review - History of China and International Law. Tsinghua China Law Review is the first all-English legal academic journal published by…

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The ‘scandal’ of foundation support for UN human rights Special Procedures, a response

Editors’ Note: Upon the publication of this post, Prof. Fionnuala Ni Aolain contacted the Editors of EJIL: Talk! and advised us that, contrary to the claims made…

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