Katja Creutz


Dr. Katja Creutz is a Leading Researcher at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs, and an Affiliated Research Fellow at the Erik Castrén Institute, University of Helsinki. Her research focuses on responsibility issues in international law, the changing global order, and non-state actors.

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The Tenacity of the Articles on State Responsibility as a General and Residual Framework: An Appraisal

The twenty-year old Articles on the Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts (ARSIWA) are considered one of the cornerstones of international law and they are widely referenced by international judicial bodies. They form a unified regime of responsibility, expressing the core ideas of responsibility applicable to the breach of any and all obligations of states (ARSIWA,…

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