Pietro Pustorino


Pietro Pustorino, is an Associate Professor of International Organization Law at the University of Siena and International Protection of Human Rights at Luiss Guido Carli University. His various research interests cover different subjects of public international law, for instance human rights, the law of treaties, the immunity of States and more recently the responsibility of States and international organizations.

Recently Published

A New Case on Torture in Europe: Cestaro v. Italy

In its judgment of 7 April 2015, the European Court of Human Rights unanimously found that Italy had violated the prohibition of torture in Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights (Cestaro v. Italy, application no. 6884/11). Apart from its confirmation of the well-established principles of the ECtHR on the prohibition of torture,…

Read more