Marta Hermez


Marta Hermez is a PhD researcher at the KU Leuven Institute for International Law and Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies. She pursues a PhD on the Chinese perspectives on the international law of the sea, focusing on the regime of islands and militarization at sea in particular. Marta holds an LLM in International and European Public Law from KU Leuven (2015) and a Master of Laws from Ghent University (2014).

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The Gambia’s gamble, and how jurisdictional limits may keep the ICJ from ruling on Myanmar’s alleged genocide against Rohingya

  On 11 November, The Gambia filed an Application instituting proceedings and requesting provisional measures at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in relation to the genocide allegedly committed by Myanmar against the Rohingya (for a first analysis of the Application, see this post by Priya Pillai). As notably reported by The New…

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