Panagiotis Kyriakou


Panagiotis Kyriakou is an Associate at Archipel in Geneva, Switzerland. He regularly publishes and delivers lectures on international investment, trade, monetary and financial law. His practice focuses on commercial arbitration, international investment law, international trade law and sports law. Panagiotis holds a PhD in International Law (Geneva Graduate Institute), an LL.M. (MIDS) and an LL.B. (University of Athens).

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The Credit Suisse Crisis and International Law: Time to Embrace Regime Complexity?  

There is a quasi-existential urge among international lawyers to present international law as salient whenever the “opportunity” of a crisis presents itself. Judge Charlesworth has famously lamented this urge because it distracts us from the subtle ways in which international law may deliver everyday justice. Yet, when it comes to financial crises, this “quest for international…

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Cryptocurrency theft, scam and other misadventures: what prospects for international governance?

On 15 July 2020, Twitter accounts belonging to Bill Gates, Barack Obama, Joe Biden and other public figures were subject to coordinated “social engineering” attacks. According to Twitter, the attackers “successfully targeted some of [the company’s] employees with access to internal systems and tools”. The compromised accounts swiftly set in motion a large-scale cryptocurrency fraud…

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