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Three Cheers for the Application of International Law by Domestic Courts! Or should that be two? A response to Benvenisti & Downs.

Last month, Professors Eyal Benvenisti and George Downs posted a summary of their latest EJIL article - "National Courts, Domestic Democracy and the Evolution of International Law" …

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Is Sudanese President Bashir Immune from Arrest?

In a post last week, I mentioned a forthcoming article of mine dealing with Bashir's Immunity. That article titled "The Legal Nature of Security Council Referrals to the…

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The Strange Case of Florence Hartmann

Ruth Wedgwood is Edward B. Burling Professor of International Law and Diplomacy; and Director of the International Law and Organizations Program at the Paul H.

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ICTY Trial Chamber’s Decision on Karadzic’s Holbrooke Agreement Motion

Today the Trial Chamber of the ICTY presiding over the Karadzic case rendered its decision on the defense challenge to the ICTY’s jurisdiction on the basis that…

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A House of Kadis? Recent Challenges to the UN Sanctions Regime and the Continuing Response to the ECJ Decision in Kadi

Devika Hovell is a DPhil Candidate in international law at the University of Oxford, and Associate Fellow  at Chatham House. She worked formerly…

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Is the Rift between Africa and the ICC Deepening? Heads of States Decide Not to Cooperate with ICC on the Bashir Case

Disclosure: I have acted as consultant to the Commission of the African Union on the question of the relationship between African States and the ICC.

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The European Court’s Admissibility Decision in Al-Saadoon

Today a Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights made public its admissibility decision in Al-Saadoon and Mufdhi v. United Kingdom, App. No. 61498/08, a very…

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Afghanistan accedes to Additional Protocols to Geneva Conventions: Will AP II govern the conflict in Afghanistan?

Last week (June 24) Afghanistan acceded to Additional Protocols I & II to the Geneva Conventions. These treaties continue to inch towards univeral participation as there are…

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EJIL’s 20th Anniversary Symposia Issues – Reactions invited

As our readers will know, EJIL has been publishing Symposia issues to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of its founding. In Issue 4 of its Anniversary Year, EJIL plans to publish…

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Invitation to contribute to EJIL: Science and International Law

EJIL is interested in publishing articles addressing the theme of  “Science and International Law.” This theme is understood broadly and could include: International law and genetically modified organisms (GMOs)…

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