Elizabeth Wilmshurst


Elizabeth Wilmshurst is Distinguished Fellow, International Law, at Chatham House (the Royal Institute of International Affairs). She recently engaged in a project at Chatham House on state responsibility for aiding and assisting other governments, in the context of armed conflict and counterterrorism.

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Testing Jackson’s Discussion of State Responsibility in the Context of Government Assistance. Book Discussion

This post is part of our book discussion on Miles Jackson's "Complicity in International Law". Criticisms of western governments for aiding and assisting other states to act in breach of international law are now common. While such criticisms may sometimes be as much to do with the policy of the thing, there is…

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