Niko Pavlopoulos


Dr Pavlopoulos is a Teaching Fellow at University College London and Durham University. He recently completed his PhD on The Identity of Governments in International Law.

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Contested Governments and State Representation before International Courts and Tribunals

Introduction When the identity of a state’s government is contested or otherwise in doubt, who may represent the state for some specific purpose of international law is not-infrequently a contentious matter. While the question who may represent a state before or vis-à-vis an international adjudicative body does not arise often, there exists a number of…

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