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Two Weeks in Review, 7 – 20 June 2021

Rebecca Barber writes that the lack of agreement over who represents Myanmar at the UN is becoming a major…

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Announcements: Professor Anne Orford Lecture; Environmental Crimes and Protection Conference; Minerva LAW Network Event; Biodiversity Law and Governance Webinar Series; China, Law and Society Third Workshop; Military Law and the Law of War Review; UN Guiding Principles Webinar

1. Essex Public International Law Lecture: Professor Anne Orford - International Law and the Politics of History. This event, taking place on 21 Monday June, 12pm UK time, will be chaired…

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Sanctioning Qatar: the Finale?

As already commented upon on various occasions on EJIL Talk!, on 5 June 2017 Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain and Egypt (the ‘quartet’) severed economic…

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The War on Compensation: Troubling Signs for Civilian Casualties in the Gaza Strip

The last round of belligerency between Hamas and Israel claimed a significant toll from civilians, with many arguing that some of the more devastating activities conducted by the…

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Announcements: ECHR Protocol 15 Lecture; Geopolitical Shifts & Evolving Social Challenges; UN Guiding Principles on Business and HR; COVID19 Vaccinations and International Law; COVID19 Vaccinations and HR Panel; Careers Panel; CfP Milan Law Review; Science & Judicial Reasoning Webinar; International Nuremberg Principles Academy; Self Defence Book Launch; Intensive Doctoral Week Channel; Transitional Justice Series; Police Power & National Emergency Webinar; Customary IHR Law Event; Oxford Research Fellow Position

1. ECHR Protocol 15 – Brighton Revisited Lecture. On Monday 14 June at 6pm BST, the Convenors of the Essex Public International Law Lecture Series (Dr…

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An international crime of “ecocide”: what’s the story?

Global momentum is growing for a collective meaningful effort to be made to tackle the increasing urgency of the climate emergency. In corporate boardrooms, shifting business priorities can…

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Sustainable Development made justiciable: The German Constitutional Court’s climate ruling on intra- and inter-generational equity

In a decision published on 29 April 2021, the German Federal Constitutional Court joined other Courts around the world in their criticism of governments for failing to take…

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The General Assembly should provide guidance to the UN system on the question of who gets to represent Myanmar

The lack of a coordinated, principled response to the issue of who gets to represent Myanmar at regional and international forums is becoming an indictment of the UN…

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Two Weeks in Review, 24 May – 6 June 2021

The Oxford Statement on International Law Protections in Cyberspace: The Regulation of Information Operations and Activities The Oxford Institute for Ethics Law and Armed Conflict (ELAC) again convened…

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Announcements: Derecho PUCP on International Economic Law; Global Rights Compliance International Legal Conference; Oxford International Law Research Fellow Position; NUS Centre for International Law Research Position; CfA Chinese Journal of Environmental Law; IHL Competition and Advanced Summer School; History and International Criminal Justice Roundtable

  1. Derecho PUCP on International Economic Law Special Issue. A special issue of Derecho PUCP on International Economic Law (no. 86, 2021) is out now. Contents…

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