Vera Rusinova


Vera Rusinova is a Professor at the Chair for Public and Private International Law at the Faculty of Law at the National Research University ‘The Higher School of Economics’ (HSE) in Moscow. She has recently received a Doctor of legal sciences (Dr. hab.) degree in Russia and holds a Master degree from the University of Göttingen. The main fields of her research activities comprise Human Rights Law, International Humanitarian Law, International Responsibility, Jus contra Bellum and application of International Law to cyber operations. She serves as an Editor in Chef of the Journal “International Justice” ('Mezdunarodnoe pravosudie'). She is currently a fellow at the Berlin Potsdam Research Group 'International Law - Rise or Decline?' In 2011-2012 she made a fellowship at the Max Planck Institute for International and Foreign Public Law in Heidelberg and at the Göttingen Institute for International Law. In 2004 she was an intern at the ICTY.

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Can International Law Be More International?

This post is part of the Joint Symposium that we are co-hosting with Opinio Juris on Anthea Roberts' new book Is International Law International? (OUP, 2017).  In her monograph Anthea Roberts has drawn a comprehensive portrait of International Law – she has intentionally limited her study to the current,…

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