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North Korea and the Law on Anticipatory Self-Defense

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North Korea and the Law on Anticipatory Self-Defense Media reports over the last few weeks indicate that the already tense relationship between North Korea and the United States is getting worse. Now that North Korea is nearly ready to test an intercontinental ballistic missile, the United States has said that …

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The American Convention on Human Rights

The American Convention on Human Rights

The American Convention on Human Rights Author: Thomas M. Antkowiak and Alejandra Gonza ISBN: 9780199989683 Binding: Hardcover Publication Date: 15 March 2017 Price: $95.00 Essential Rights Thomas M. Antkowiak and Alejandra Gonza Provides a thorough and critical analysis of selected rights of the American Convention on Human Rights A valuable …

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The Hidden History of International Law in the Americas

The Hidden History of International Law in the Americas

The Hidden History of International Law in the Americas Author: Dr. Juan Pablo Scarfi ISBN: 9780190622343 Binding: Hardcover Publication Date: 01 November 2016 Price: $85.00 The History and Theory of International Law Explores the intellectual history of American international law in the Western Hemisphere Studies the rise and evolution of …

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New Issue: Virginia Journal of International Law

Virginia Journal of International Law

New Issue: Virginia Journal of International Law The latest issue of the Virginia Journal of International Law (Vol. 56, no. 2, Fall 2016) is out. Contents include: Adam S. Chilton & Eric A. Posner, The Influence of History on States’ Compliance with Human Rights Obligations John D. Ciorciari & Anne …

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Hegemonic Cooperation or Succession? The United States’ Emerging ‘Abandonment’, and China’s Rising ‘Defense’, of the Global Order

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Hegemonic Cooperation or Succession? The United States’ Emerging ‘Abandonment’, and China’s Rising ‘Defense’, of the Global Order Many international lawyers all over the world will doubtless have experienced a surge of surrealism over the past weeks, witnessing dramatic contrasts emerging between American and Chinese foreign policies seeking to redefine the …

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The ECtHR’s Ilias and Ahmed v. Hungary and Why It Matters

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The ECtHR’s Ilias and Ahmed v. Hungary and Why It Matters The European Court of Human Rights delivered a judgment last Tuesday in the case of Ilias and Ahmed v. Hungary, finding multiple violations of the European Convention as a result of Hungary’s border procedures and its treatment of asylum-seekers. …

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The Disappearing UN Report on Israeli “Apartheid”

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The Disappearing UN Report on Israeli “Apartheid” by Kevin Jon Heller Last week, the UN Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) sent shockwaves through the international community by issuing a report that — for the first time in UN history — claims Israel’s treatment of Palestinians amounts to the crime …

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New Issue: International Relations

International Relations

New Issue: International Relations The latest issue of International Relations (Vol. 31, no. 1, March 2017) is out. Contents include: Articles Diana Panke, The institutional design of the United Nations General Assembly: an effective equalizer? Matti Jutila, New national organization of Europe: nationalism and minority rights after the end of …

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Call for Editors: European Journal of International Relations

Call for Editors: European Journal of International Relations The ECPR Standing Group on International Relations and the European International Studies Association are looking for a new editorial team to take over the running of the European Journal of International Relations. The call for editors is here. [via International Law Reporter]

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