Nathanael Tilahun


Nathanael Tilahun Ali is a lecturer in public international law at Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He teaches general international law courses, law of international institutions and international criminal law and procedure. His research interest includes, besides his areas of teaching, critical and theoretical approaches to international law, and international regulatory responses to terrorism.

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Temporary Problems and Temporary Responses in International Law

This post is a reaction to an ESIL Reflection written by Ramses Wessel and Monika Ambrus and entitled “Between Pragmatism and Predictability: Temporariness in International Law”. Their piece originates in an impressive symposium on the topic that has been published in the Netherlands Yearbook of International Law (see here) In a…

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