Francisco-José Quintana


Francisco-José Quintana is a Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute and an Associate Editor at the European Journal of International Law. He works at the intersection of the politics, history, and theory of international law and global governance. Francisco holds a PhD in Law from the University of Cambridge, as well as degrees from Harvard Law School (LL.M.), the London School of Economics and Political Science (LL.M. Public International Law), and Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (Abogado). He has been a Gates Cambridge Scholar, a Chevening Scholar, a Fulbright Scholar, and a De Fortabat Fellow.

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Mexico and Ecuador at the ICJ: A Plea for Taking the Latin American Experience Seriously

On 5 April 2024, Ecuadorian special operation agents broke into the Mexican Embassy in Quito, Ecuador. Security footage released by Mexico captures the moment the agents forcefully subdued Deputy Chief of Mission Roberto Canseco Martínez as he attempted to prevent their entry. During the raid, the agents apprehended Jorge David Glas Espinel, the former Vice-President…

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