Bernhard Knoll-Tudor


Bernhard Knoll-Tudor is Adjunct Professor (international law) at the Hertie School in Berlin and directs its Executive Education Department (Ph.D. EUI, M.A. Johns Hopkins University - SAIS). His monograph on the Legal Status of Territories Subject to the Administration of International Organisations was published by Cambridge University Press.

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At Daggers Drawn: International Legal Issues Surrounding the Conflict in and around Nagorno-Karabakh

On 10 November, Azerbaijan and Armenia signed a Statement with the Russian Federation that fundamentally changes the scope of the conflict concerning Nagorno-Karabakh and the surrounding territories as well the status of the so-called “Republic of Artsakh” that had declared independence in early 1992. Even if it remains to be seen whether…

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