Antonios Tzanakopoulos

About/Bio

Antonios Tzanakopoulos is Associate Professor of Public International Law at the University of Oxford and Fellow of St Anne’s College. He is the Secretary-General of the International Law Association and a Door Tenant at Three Stone Chambers in Lincoln’s Inn.

Recently Published

Can the International Court of Justice Decide on the Chagos Islands Advisory Proceedings without the UK’s Consent?

As Marko has noted in this post, last week Thursday, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution requesting the International Court of Justice provide an advisory opinion on the legality of the separation by the United Kingdom of the Chagos Archipelago from the colony of Mauritius prior to the grant…

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The Greek Sovereign Debt Crisis, the Right to be Free from Economic Coercion, and the Greek Election

People gathered at the 'NO' rally ahead of the Greek Referendum in early July. The Greek sovereign debt crisis has occasioned much discussion on a number of issues that are of interest to international lawyers, in particular after the 25th of January 2015, when the left-wing SYRIZA party (Greek acronym of the full name,…

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The Tories and the ECHR: Mere Incompetence or Deliberate Deception?

The Conservative Party in the UK has released a paper entitled ‘Protecting Human Rights in the UK – The Conservatives’ Proposals for Changing Britain’s Human Rights Laws’. This is in the aftermath of David Cameron’s pledge during the Conservative Party conference last week to scrap the Human Rights Act 1998, the domestic statute which transformed…

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