Eugenio Carli


Eugenio Carli is a Senior Research Fellow in Public International Law and a Lecturer in Fundamentals of International Law at the University of Siena. He holds a PhD in International and EU Law from the University of Florence.

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Eunavfor Aspides and the Ratione Temporis Application of the Right of Self-Defence

The post is based on my previous one “La missione EUNAVFOR Aspides dell’Unione europea e l’applicazione ratione temporis del diritto di legittima difesa”, published (in Italian) on SIDIBlog on March 19, 2024 Introduction On February 19, 2024 the European Union (EU) launched EUNAVFOR Aspides, a military maritime security operation in…

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On State Responsibility for Complicity in Genocide: Will South Africa’s “All-In Strategy” Be Effective?

Introduction As is known, in its recent application brought against Israel before the ICJ, South Africa (SA) invoked the international responsibility of the Respondent for all acts under Article III of the 1948 Genocide Convention. Much can be found in the blogosphere on more general and procedural aspects arising from this potentially landmark…

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Community Interests Above All: The Ongoing Procedural Effects of Erga Omnes Partes Obligations Before the International Court of Justice

Introduction  On 16 November 2023, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (jointly), and the Republic of Maldives filed in the Registry of the International Court of Justice (‘ICJ’ or ‘the Court’) declarations of intervention in the case concerning Application of…

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