Announcements: NUS Centre for International Law Research Position; The International Legal Podcast; House of Wisdom Podcast

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1. NUS Centre for International Law Research Position: Research Associate (Nuclear Law and Policy). The NUS Centre for International Law (CIL) is accepting applications for the position above. The position is for a new research project on nuclear law and policy at CIL. This project will focus on legal and policy issues related to nuclear safety, security, safeguards and liability. The Research Associate will join the CIL Nuclear Law and Policy Team to focus on research on cutting-edge issues in evolving areas of global and regional importance. Applications are assessed on a rolling basis. Full details of the position and application procedure are available here. For further information on the focus area including events, activities and publications, please see here.  

2. Hablemos de Derecho Internacional (HDI) – The International Legal Podcast (Spanish). HDI recently added the following Episodes in Spanish Anne Coulon – Intervención, Genocidio, y la Corte Internacional de JusticiaProf. Marcos Salt – La Ciberdelincuencia y el Acceso a la Evidencia DigitalDra. Íñigo Álvarez – Propuesta de un Régimen de Responsabilidad de los Grupos Armados en el Derecho InternacionalDra. Hélène Tigroudja – Comité de Derechos Humanos de la ONU y Obligaciones y Derechos en el Mundo Actual ; Gota #3 – Caso: Avena y Otros Nacionales Mexicanos; and  Gota #4: Incautación y Detención de Determinados Documentos y DatosUpdated information about the guests and episodes can be found on HDI’s social media accounts: LinkedInTwitterInstagramFacebook and YoutubeThe Podcast contributes to the dissemination and study of contemporary legal issues in Spanish, and is available on the main platforms: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or through other podcast applications by searching “Hablemos de Derecho Internacional”.

3. House of Wisdom Podcast New Episode. In the newest episode of the House of Wisdom podcast, Dr. Inge Van Hulle (Tilburg University) joins Aniq Ahmed and Dr. Deepak Mawar to discuss the release of her book- Britain and International Law in West Africa- to explore challenging themes such as the influence of colonial powers on the development of the international legal system, changing narratives regarding perceptions of West Africa, and whether how international law is taught and researched requires rethinking. The podcast is here as well as on spotifyapplegoogle podcast and many more podcast platforms.

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