Weihang Zhou


Weihang ZHOU is a PhD candidate at Manchester International Law Centre, University of Manchester. She teaches and writes in public international law and jurisprudence. Her research interests include state responsibility, international legal theory, international criminal law, international economic law, and human rights.

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Sanctions Imposed on Private Investors by the US and the UK in the Russian-Ukrainian Conflict: Justifiable as Countermeasures in the Law of International Responsibility?

Scenario and Problems The conflict between Russia and Ukraine continued to elicit international reactions from States beyond the pair at the epicentre of concern. Just a few months ago, the Secretary of State of the United States issued a press statement, announcing sanctions on USM Holdings owned by the Russian…

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