Giulio Bartolini


Giulio Bartolini is Full Professor of International Law at Roma Tre University and Director of the Roma Tre IHL Clinic.

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The Law of Neutrality and the Russian/Ukrainian Conflict: Looking at State Practice

One of the distinctive features of the Russian/Ukrainian conflict is the massive provision of belligerent materials (and intelligence, here and here) to Ukraine (here): around 30 States have provided lethal war materials, including the EU through its European Peace Facility; other countries have only provided non-lethal materials.

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Are You Ready for a Pandemic? The International Health Regulations Put to the Test of Their ‘Core Capacity Requirements’

Legal analyses of the Covid-19 pandemic have mainly addressed measures adopted in response to this event. However, institutional agendas related to disasters, such as the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030, reaffirm that similar attention should be paid to prevention and preparedness measures that can positively impact potentially affected communities, also in economic terms…

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The Draft Articles on “The Protection of Persons in the Event of Disasters”: Towards a Flagship Treaty?

The debate held on 24 - 26 October within the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) Sixth Committee concluded an intensive year for the International Law Commission (ILC) topic “The Protection of Persons in the Event of Disasters”. It followed the adoption of the related 18 Draft Articles (DAs) on their second reading, and of the Commentary (here),…

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