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Read more at: The International Law of Prolonged Sieges and Blockades: Gaza as a Case Study - Prof Eyal Benvenisti

The International Law of Prolonged Sieges and Blockades: Gaza as a Case Study - Prof Eyal Benvenisti

Friday, 16 July 2021

Eyal Benvenisti is Whewell Professor of International Law, University of Cambridge, Director of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, C C Ng Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge, Visiting Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

 

 


Read more at: The International Law of Prolonged Sieges and Blockades: Gaza as a Case Study - Prof Eyal Benvenisti

The International Law of Prolonged Sieges and Blockades: Gaza as a Case Study - Prof Eyal Benvenisti

Friday, 16 July 2021

Eyal Benvenisti is Whewell Professor of International Law, University of Cambridge, Director of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, C C Ng Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge, Visiting Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

 

 


Read more at: The International Law of Prolonged Sieges and Blockades: Gaza as a Case Study - Prof Eyal Benvenisti

The International Law of Prolonged Sieges and Blockades: Gaza as a Case Study - Prof Eyal Benvenisti

Friday, 16 July 2021

Eyal Benvenisti is Whewell Professor of International Law, University of Cambridge, Director of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, C C Ng Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge, Visiting Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

 

 


Read more at: The International Law of Prolonged Sieges and Blockades: Gaza as a Case Study - Prof Eyal Benvenisti

The International Law of Prolonged Sieges and Blockades: Gaza as a Case Study - Prof Eyal Benvenisti

Friday, 16 July 2021

Eyal Benvenisti is Whewell Professor of International Law, University of Cambridge, Director of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, C C Ng Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge, Visiting Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

 

 


Read more at: The International Law of Prolonged Sieges and Blockades: Gaza as a Case Study - Prof Eyal Benvenisti

The International Law of Prolonged Sieges and Blockades: Gaza as a Case Study - Prof Eyal Benvenisti

Friday, 16 July 2021

Eyal Benvenisti is Whewell Professor of International Law, University of Cambridge, Director of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, C C Ng Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge, Visiting Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

 

 


Read more at: A global pandemic treaty should aim for deep prevention - Professor Jorge E. Viñuales

A global pandemic treaty should aim for deep prevention - Professor Jorge E. Viñuales

Thursday, 29 April 2021

Jorge E. Viñuales holds the Harold Samuel Chair at Cambridge and is a Fellow of the Lauterpacht Centre. He is also the Special Rapporteur of the Commission on Distributive Justice newly established by the Institut de Droit International.

 

 


Read more at: A global pandemic treaty should aim for deep prevention - Professor Jorge E. Viñuales

A global pandemic treaty should aim for deep prevention - Professor Jorge E. Viñuales

Thursday, 29 April 2021

Jorge E. Viñuales holds the Harold Samuel Chair at Cambridge and is a Fellow of the Lauterpacht Centre. He is also the Special Rapporteur of the Commission on Distributive Justice newly established by the Institut de Droit International.

 

 


Read more at: A global pandemic treaty should aim for deep prevention - Professor Jorge E. Viñuales

A global pandemic treaty should aim for deep prevention - Professor Jorge E. Viñuales

Thursday, 29 April 2021

Jorge E. Viñuales holds the Harold Samuel Chair at Cambridge and is a Fellow of the Lauterpacht Centre. He is also the Special Rapporteur of the Commission on Distributive Justice newly established by the Institut de Droit International.

 

 


Read more at: A global pandemic treaty should aim for deep prevention - Professor Jorge E. Viñuales

A global pandemic treaty should aim for deep prevention - Professor Jorge E. Viñuales

Thursday, 29 April 2021

Jorge E. Viñuales holds the Harold Samuel Chair at Cambridge and is a Fellow of the Lauterpacht Centre. He is also the Special Rapporteur of the Commission on Distributive Justice newly established by the Institut de Droit International.

 

 


Read more at: Exploring the Role of International Law in Sustainable Natural Resources Management for Development - Prof Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger

Exploring the Role of International Law in Sustainable Natural Resources Management for Development - Prof Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger

Thursday, 18 March 2021

Professor Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger is an Affiliated Fellow of the Centre, and Leverhulme Trust Visiting Professor in the University of Cambridge with the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, the Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Governance (C-EENRG) and other partners. She also serves as Senior Director of the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL) in Montreal, Canada; Executive Secretary of the Climate Law and Governance Initiative (CLGI) with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Bonn, Germany; and a Full Professor of International Law for the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Canada. She is Law Fellow and Director of Studies for the LLM/MCL at Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge; and laureate of the Justitia Fundamentum Regnorum Award (2016) and the Weeramantry International Justice Award (2020), among other distinctions.


Read more at: Could Scotland stage an independence referendum without UK approval? What the law says - Prof Marc Weller

Could Scotland stage an independence referendum without UK approval? What the law says - Prof Marc Weller

Thursday, 18 February 2021

Marc Weller holds the Chair of International Law and International Constitutional Studies in the University of Cambridge. He is the former Director and a Fellow of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. He has served as United Nations Senior Mediation Expert and is a highly experienced international dispute settlement professional. He is certified and accredited as a professional mediator and was elected a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is a barrister (Middle Temple) and Associate Tenant at Dougthy Street Chambers, London. Marc holds Doctorates in International Law and International Relations, in Law, and in Economic and Social Sciences from the Universities of Cambridge, Frankfurt and Hamburg respectively, and Masters’ degrees from the Fletcher School and the University of Cambridge. He also trained in advanced negotiation and dispute settlement at Harvard Law School and the Kennedy School of Government.


Read more at: Could Scotland stage an independence referendum without UK approval? What the law says - Prof Marc Weller

Could Scotland stage an independence referendum without UK approval? What the law says - Prof Marc Weller

Thursday, 18 February 2021

Marc Weller holds the Chair of International Law and International Constitutional Studies in the University of Cambridge. He is the former Director and a Fellow of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. He has served as United Nations Senior Mediation Expert and is a highly experienced international dispute settlement professional. He is certified and accredited as a professional mediator and was elected a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is a barrister (Middle Temple) and Associate Tenant at Dougthy Street Chambers, London. Marc holds Doctorates in International Law and International Relations, in Law, and in Economic and Social Sciences from the Universities of Cambridge, Frankfurt and Hamburg respectively, and Masters’ degrees from the Fletcher School and the University of Cambridge. He also trained in advanced negotiation and dispute settlement at Harvard Law School and the Kennedy School of Government.


Read more at: Could Scotland stage an independence referendum without UK approval? What the law says - Prof Marc Weller

Could Scotland stage an independence referendum without UK approval? What the law says - Prof Marc Weller

Thursday, 18 February 2021

Marc Weller holds the Chair of International Law and International Constitutional Studies in the University of Cambridge. He is the former Director and a Fellow of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. He has served as United Nations Senior Mediation Expert and is a highly experienced international dispute settlement professional. He is certified and accredited as a professional mediator and was elected a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is a barrister (Middle Temple) and Associate Tenant at Dougthy Street Chambers, London. Marc holds Doctorates in International Law and International Relations, in Law, and in Economic and Social Sciences from the Universities of Cambridge, Frankfurt and Hamburg respectively, and Masters’ degrees from the Fletcher School and the University of Cambridge. He also trained in advanced negotiation and dispute settlement at Harvard Law School and the Kennedy School of Government.


Read more at: Progress in Global Anti-Corruption Efforts? Not So Fast - Professor Jason Sharman

Progress in Global Anti-Corruption Efforts? Not So Fast - Professor Jason Sharman

Tuesday, 3 November 2020

Jason Sharman is the Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations in the Department of Politics and International Studies at Cambridge. He received his PhD in political science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1999, and his undergraduate degree in history and politics from the University of Western Australia. Previously, Jason worked at American University in Bulgaria, the University of Sydney and Griffith University, and he has spent shorter periods as a visitor at St Petersburg State University, Columbia University and the London School of Economics. Jason’s research interests range from the study of international corruption, money laundering and tax havens, to the global politics of the early modern world.

Progress in Global Anti-Corruption Efforts? Not So Fast is written by Jason Sharman, University of Cambridge; Daniel L Nielson, Brigham Young University and Michael G Findley, University of Texas at Austin


Read more at: Progress in Global Anti-Corruption Efforts? Not So Fast - Professor Jason Sharman

Progress in Global Anti-Corruption Efforts? Not So Fast - Professor Jason Sharman

Tuesday, 3 November 2020

Jason Sharman is the Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations in the Department of Politics and International Studies at Cambridge. He received his PhD in political science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1999, and his undergraduate degree in history and politics from the University of Western Australia. Previously, Jason worked at American University in Bulgaria, the University of Sydney and Griffith University, and he has spent shorter periods as a visitor at St Petersburg State University, Columbia University and the London School of Economics. Jason’s research interests range from the study of international corruption, money laundering and tax havens, to the global politics of the early modern world.

Progress in Global Anti-Corruption Efforts? Not So Fast is written by Jason Sharman, University of Cambridge; Daniel L Nielson, Brigham Young University and Michael G Findley, University of Texas at Austin


Read more at: Progress in Global Anti-Corruption Efforts? Not So Fast - Professor Jason Sharman

Progress in Global Anti-Corruption Efforts? Not So Fast - Professor Jason Sharman

Tuesday, 3 November 2020

Jason Sharman is the Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations in the Department of Politics and International Studies at Cambridge. He received his PhD in political science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1999, and his undergraduate degree in history and politics from the University of Western Australia. Previously, Jason worked at American University in Bulgaria, the University of Sydney and Griffith University, and he has spent shorter periods as a visitor at St Petersburg State University, Columbia University and the London School of Economics. Jason’s research interests range from the study of international corruption, money laundering and tax havens, to the global politics of the early modern world.

Progress in Global Anti-Corruption Efforts? Not So Fast is written by Jason Sharman, University of Cambridge; Daniel L Nielson, Brigham Young University and Michael G Findley, University of Texas at Austin


Read more at: Progress in Global Anti-Corruption Efforts? Not So Fast - Professor Jason Sharman

Progress in Global Anti-Corruption Efforts? Not So Fast - Professor Jason Sharman

Tuesday, 3 November 2020

Jason Sharman is the Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations in the Department of Politics and International Studies at Cambridge. He received his PhD in political science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1999, and his undergraduate degree in history and politics from the University of Western Australia. Previously, Jason worked at American University in Bulgaria, the University of Sydney and Griffith University, and he has spent shorter periods as a visitor at St Petersburg State University, Columbia University and the London School of Economics. Jason’s research interests range from the study of international corruption, money laundering and tax havens, to the global politics of the early modern world.

Progress in Global Anti-Corruption Efforts? Not So Fast is written by Jason Sharman, University of Cambridge; Daniel L Nielson, Brigham Young University and Michael G Findley, University of Texas at Austin


Read more at: A Red Notice against Trump? - When INTERPOL is asked to intervene against targeted killing - Dr Rutsel Silvestre J Martha

A Red Notice against Trump? - When INTERPOL is asked to intervene against targeted killing - Dr Rutsel Silvestre J Martha

Friday, 4 September 2020

Dr Martha is the principal of Lindeborg Counsellors at Law, a London-based public international law boutique firm, and Fellow Partner of  the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. From 2004 to 2008 he was the General Counsel and Director of Legal Affairs of INTERPOL.

His publications on international law include: The Legal Foundations of INTERPOL (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2010.), “Challenging Acts of INTERPOL in Domestic Courts” In: Challenging Acts of International Organizations Before National Courts, Edited by August Reinisch, OUP, September 2010., and “Remedies Against INTERPOL: role and practice of defense lawyers” Conference European Criminal Bar Association Lyon, 6 October 2007 (online).


Read more at: A Red Notice against Trump? - When INTERPOL is asked to intervene against targeted killing - Dr Rutsel Silvestre J Martha

A Red Notice against Trump? - When INTERPOL is asked to intervene against targeted killing - Dr Rutsel Silvestre J Martha

Friday, 4 September 2020

Dr Martha is the principal of Lindeborg Counsellors at Law, a London-based public international law boutique firm, and Fellow Partner of  the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. From 2004 to 2008 he was the General Counsel and Director of Legal Affairs of INTERPOL.

His publications on international law include: The Legal Foundations of INTERPOL (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2010.), “Challenging Acts of INTERPOL in Domestic Courts” In: Challenging Acts of International Organizations Before National Courts, Edited by August Reinisch, OUP, September 2010., and “Remedies Against INTERPOL: role and practice of defense lawyers” Conference European Criminal Bar Association Lyon, 6 October 2007 (online).


Read more at: A Red Notice against Trump? - When INTERPOL is asked to intervene against targeted killing - Dr Rutsel Silvestre J Martha

A Red Notice against Trump? - When INTERPOL is asked to intervene against targeted killing - Dr Rutsel Silvestre J Martha

Friday, 4 September 2020

Dr Martha is the principal of Lindeborg Counsellors at Law, a London-based public international law boutique firm, and Fellow Partner of  the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. From 2004 to 2008 he was the General Counsel and Director of Legal Affairs of INTERPOL.

His publications on international law include: The Legal Foundations of INTERPOL (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2010.), “Challenging Acts of INTERPOL in Domestic Courts” In: Challenging Acts of International Organizations Before National Courts, Edited by August Reinisch, OUP, September 2010., and “Remedies Against INTERPOL: role and practice of defense lawyers” Conference European Criminal Bar Association Lyon, 6 October 2007 (online).