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Ghana v. Côte d’Ivoire: Unilateral Oil Activities in Disputed Marine Areas

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Ghana v. Côte d’Ivoire: Unilateral Oil Activities in Disputed Marine Areas by Xuechan Ma [Xuechan Ma, PhD candidate at Grotius Center for International Legal Studies of Leiden University, the Netherlands, researching on the topic of international cooperation in disputed marine areas; L.L.M. & L.L.B. at Peking University, China. Email: maxuechan …

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Zhao: The ICC and China: The Principle of Complementarity and National Implementation of International Criminal Law

Zhao: The ICC and China: The Principle of Complementarity and National Implementation of International Criminal Law

Zhao: The ICC and China: The Principle of Complementarity and National Implementation of International Criminal Law Chenguang Zhao has published The ICC and China: The Principle of Complementarity and National Implementation of International Criminal Law (Duncker & Humblot 2017). Here’s the abstract: A disconnection has historically existed between international and …

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Saving the International Economic Order

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Saving the International Economic Order Paola Subacchi Paola Subacchi is Research Director of International Economics at Chatham House and Professor of Economics at the University of Bologna. She is the author of The People’s Money: How China is Building an International Currency. SEP 1, 2017 LONDON – This autumn, the …

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20 Years After the Hong Kong Handover

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20 Years After the Hong Kong Handover Since Hong Kong returned to Chinese sovereignty on July 1, 1997, it has remained one of Asia’s freest and most successful cities. But China’s tightening grip raises the question: What happened to “one country, two systems”? Chris Patten Chris Patten, the last British …

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Who Will Fill America’s Shoes?

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Who Will Fill America’s Shoes? Richard N. Haass Richard N. Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations, previously served as Director of Policy Planning for the US State Department (2001-2003), and was President George W. Bush’s special envoy to Northern Ireland and Coordinator for the Future of Afghanistan. He …

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Renshon: Fighting for Status: Hierarchy and Conflict in World Politics

Renshon: Fighting for Status: Hierarchy and Conflict in World Politics

Renshon: Fighting for Status: Hierarchy and Conflict in World Politics Jonathan Renshon (Univ. of Wisconson, Madison – Political Science) has published Fighting for Status: Hierarchy and Conflict in World Politics (Princeton Univ. Press 2017). Here’s the abstract: There is widespread agreement that status or standing in the international system is …

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Recueil des cours, Collected Courses, Tome 382

Recueil des cours, Collected Courses

Recueil des cours, Collected Courses, Tome 382 Data Protection Law and International Dispute Resolution, by D. COOPER, Partner, London Office of Covington & Burling LLP, and C. KUNER, Professor of Law at the Vrije Universiteit, Brussels. Biographical note Daniel P. Cooper, born 21 June 1969, United States, citizen of the …

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New Volume: New Zealand Yearbook of International Law

New Volume: New Zealand Yearbook of International Law The latest volume of the New Zealand Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 12, 2014) is out. Contents include: Articles and Commentaries Sanja Nenadic, The Lawfulness of New Zealand’s Military Deployment to Iraq: “Intervention by Invitation” Tested Stephen Eliot Smith, Reviving the Obligatory …

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Bower: Norms Without the Great Powers

Bower: Norms Without the Great Powers Adam Bower (Univ. of St. Andrews – International Relations) has published Norms Without the Great Powers: International Law and Changing Social Standards in World Politics (Oxford Univ. Press 2017). Here’s the abstract: Can multilateral treaties succeed in transforming conduct when they are rejected by …

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New Issue of EJIL (Vol. 27 (2016) No. 4) Published

New Issue of EJIL (Vol. 27 (2016) No. 4) Published The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law (Vol.27, No. 3) is out today. As usual, the table of contents of the new issue is available at EJIL’s own website, where readers can access those articles that are …

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OUP Debate Map on “Disputes in the South and East China Seas”

OUP Debate Map on “Disputes in the South and East China Seas” Readers interested in the territorial and maritime boundary disputes between China and her neighbours in the South and East China Seas will welcome the creation by Oxford University Press of a “Debate Map” on the topic. The  “Debate Map” is …

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Philippines Initiates Arbitration Against China over South China Seas Dispute

Philippines Initiates Arbitration Against China over South China Seas Dispute Today, the Philippines has initiated arbitral proceedings against China with regard to China’s claims over much of the South China seas. Those Chinese claims have led to serious disputes between China and several of its neighbours in East Asia with those disputes …

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