Tomás Mariano Guisado Litterio


Tomás Mariano Guisado Litterio is a practicing international law attorney, lecturer of Public International Law and research assistant at the University of Buenos Aires, Master of International Relations and coordinator of the Newsletter of the International Law Institute of the Argentine Council for International Relations.

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The Olympic Truce: Tradition or International Law?

Ekécheiria ("laying down of arms") was a noble tradition of antiquity, by which Greek city-states were to observe a sacred truce during the Olympics. This truce, born of a treaty between the polis of Elis, Pisa and Sparta, extended from one week before the start to one week after the end of the classical Olympic Games, to allow…

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