Jannika Jahn


Jannika Jahn is a senior research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law. She obtained her legal education at the University College London and the University of Cologne. She completed her legal clerkship with secondments at the European Court of Justice and the Ministry of Economics in Berlin. Before joining the Max Planck Institute, she worked at an international law firm. Her research interests are European and international human rights law, comparative constitutional law and theory, interdisciplinary analysis of law, climate law and the transnational regulation of multinational companies.

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The Council of Europe Excludes Russia: A Setback for Human Rights

Announcements and decisions of the Council of Europe (CoE) and Russia regarding the latter’s membership in the CoE have been outdating each other over the past few days. Upon unanimous request of the Parliamentary Assembly (PACE), the Committee of Ministers (CoM) decided on 16 March 2022 to exclude Russia from the CoE as of that date.

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