Justina Uriburu


Justina Uriburu is a Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute and an Associate Editor of EJIL: Talk!. She holds a PhD in International Law from the Geneva Graduate Institute.

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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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Two Weeks in Review, 1–14 January

The beginning of 2024 has been exceptionally busy for EJIL: Talk!. Over the last two weeks, the blog featured analyses of the application filed by South Africa before the ICJ concerning alleged violations by Israel of its obligations under the Genocide Convention in relation to Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, developments within the European human rights system, functional and…

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Book Discussion on Uglješa Grušić’s Torts in UK Foreign Relations

The blog is thrilled to announce its upcoming discussion on Dr Uglješa Grušić’s new book, Torts in UK Foreign Relations, part of the Oxford University Press Private International Law Series, published in June 2023. Grušić, an Associate Professor at UCL’s Faculty of Laws, will initiate the conversation with an introductory post. Subsequent…

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