Matina Papadaki


Matina Papadaki (LL.M Cantab) is a PhD Candidate at National Kapodistrian University of Athens Law School, a Researcher and Research Coordinator at AthensPIL, and a Researcher at the Academy of Athens. Her main research interests are procedural law of international courts and tribunals and sources of law.

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Favourite Readings 2022 – A Year in Reading Fragments

Andrei Tarkovsky Sculpting in Time: Reflections on the Cinema translated from Russian by Kitty Hunter-Blair (Bodley Head 1986) 245 pp. Inger Christensen, Susanna Nied (trsl) and Anne Carson (introduction), It (New Directions 2006) 237 pp. Sappho and Anne Carson, If not, winter: fragments of Sappho (Random House 2002)…

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Complex Disputes and Narrow Compromissory Clauses: Ukraine’s Institution of Proceedings against Russia

On February 26 2022 Ukraine filed an Application and a Request for Provisional Measures before the ICJ against Russia. The hearings on the application for Provisional Measures begins today. In its application, Ukraine argues that Russia falsely accused it of committing genocide in the Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts of Ukraine, which led Russia to recognizing these…

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