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A Lucky Child, by Thomas Buergenthal

I wanted to bring to our readers’ attention a wonderful new book that is not about international law, but is about a great international lawyer. Judge Thomas Buergenthal’s memoir, A…

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Sayadi: The Human Rights Committee’s Kadi (or a pretty poor excuse for one…)

In October 2008, the Human Rights Committee decided the Sayadi case (CCPR/C/94/D/1472/2006) regarding UN Security Council terrorist blacklists, and the decision has now been made public (h/t to Bill…

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A Response to Simon Chesterman “We Can’t Spy….If We Can’t Buy!”

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A Comment on Simon Chesterman on the Privatization of Intelligence

Prof. Chesterman’s article does an excellent job in exposing and explaining the phenomenon of the privatization of intelligence in recent years, particularly in the United States. To someone who, like…

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Old Law and New Trends – A Rejoinder to Professor Cryer and Hannah Tonkin

Both Professor Cryer's post, as well as Hannah Tonkin's reply to my article (introduced here) raise very interesting issues.

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The Privatization of Intelligence

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Response to Carsten Hoppe: Some other Possible State Responsibility Issues

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A Response to Carsten Hoppe: Minimising the regulatory gap – a flexible interpretation of Article 5 of the ILC Articles

Editors note: Hannah Tonkin is currently a Law Clerk to…

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Online Discussion of Private Military Companies and International Law

This is a Featured Post. Some more recent posts appear below. One of the purposes of this blog is to provide a…

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The Buck Stops Here: State Responsibility and PMCs

Editors note: Carsten Hoppe is on the…

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