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Most Read Posts 2016

Happy New Year to all EJIL:Talk readers! In many ways, 2016 was a remarkable year for international law. It is hard to pick a standout event or development but perhaps…

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The Danish Law on Seizing Asylum Seekers’ Assets

The Danish Parliament recently passed a controversial amendment to the Aliens Act (Bill no. 87) giving police the power to search and confiscate the property of asylum…

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The Use of Force against ISIL in Libya and the Sounds of Silence

As acknowledged by the UN Security Council in Resolution 2249 (2015), ISIL constitutes ‘a global and unprecedented threat to international peace and security’. At least in part, the…

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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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Strange Angel: Some Reflections on War

The philosopher and cultural critic Walter Benjamin owned a print, Angelus novus, by Paul Klee. In his essay, Theses on the philosophy of history,…

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German Parliament decides to send troops to combat ISIS − based on collective self-defense “in conjunction with” SC Res. 2249

On 4th December 2015, after a parliamentary debate on 2d December, the German Parliament decided, with 445 positive votes (146 negative votes and seven abstentions), to…

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The Law and Politics of the Kosovo Advisory Opinion

I'm happy to report that OUP have now published a collection of essays edited by Sir Michael Wood and myself on The Law and Politics of the…

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Announcements: EJIL:Live!; Venice Human Rights Academy; Munich Int’l Law Course; Conference on Charlie Hebdo Attacks (Paris); Conference on EU Law & Public Int’l Law (London)

1.  In case you missed it, a new episode of EJIL: Live!, the Journal’s official podcast, is now available online. In this episode EJIL’s Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Joseph Weiler…

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New Issue of the European Journal of International Law out: Further Discussion of Articles to follow here on this blog!

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law has recently been published. This is Volume 20, No. 1. In his editorial, Professor Joseph Weiler…

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