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Joint Blog Series: Sieges, Evacuations and Urban Warfare: Thoughts from the Transatlantic Workshop on International Law and Armed Conflict

Editor’s Note: This post is part of the joint series of posts hosted by the ICRC Humanitarian Law & Policy Blog, EJIL Talk! and Lawfare, and arising out of…

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UK Extraterritorial Financial Sanctions: Too Much, Too Little, Too Late?

The US practice of the extraterritorial application of sanctions was criticised for years as, at best, the illegitimate abuse of its particular position in the world’s economy. Despite…

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A Court that Dare Not Speak its Name: Human Rights at the Court of Justice

Editor's Comment: The adequacy of the ECJ jurisprudence in the area of human rights has been the subject of extensive critical comment in recent times, not least since its…

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Echoes of Kadi: Reforms to Internal Remedies at INTERPOL

In November 2016, the international police body INTERPOL adopted major reforms to its internal complaints mechanism, the Commission for the Control of INTERPOL’s Files (CCF) (see the new…

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The New Arbitrariness and Competing Constitutionalisms: Remarks on ECtHR Grand Chamber Al-Dulimi

In a judgment published on 21 June 2016, the ECtHR Grand Chamber confirmed a violation of Art. 6(1) ECHR by Switzerland. The history of the case is…

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Grand Chamber Judgment in Al-Dulimi v. Switzerland

This week the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights delivered a major judgment in Al-Dulimi and Montana Managment Inc. v. Switzerland, no. 5809/08.

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The Supremacy of International Law? – Part One

Editor’s Note: This is the text of the 2nd Annual British Embassy (The Hague) International Law Lecture, delivered on 23 May 2016 (part one of two).

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Happy New Year & Most Read Posts of 2015

As 2015 comes to an end and we enter into 2016, I would like to wish our readers a Happy New Year! I also take the opportunity to…

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Are Functionalism’s Flaws Fatal?

Jan Klabbers’ two decades of “obsession” with functionalism as a theory of international organizations law (IOL) pays off in this article. It is a highly perceptive…

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Trade Agreements, EU Law, and Occupied Territories – A Report on Polisario v Council

Speaking of occupied territories, an interesting judgment should soon come from the General Court of the European Union (GC) in Action for Annulment Frente Polisario v Council…

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