The Challenge of risk assessment by the European Court of Human Rights

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 10: Risk and Diligence in Human Rights and Refugee Law, by Professor Frédéric Bouhon, Professor of Public Law at the University of Liège (Belgium). The Cambridge International Law Journal 9th Annual Cambridge International Law Conference on the theme of … Read more The Challenge of risk assessment by the European Court of Human Rights

The Specification of Rules of Differentiation in the NDCs to the Paris Agreement

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 3: Climate Change and Public International Law—Overcoming Challenges in Governance, Cooperation and Implementation, by Dr. iur. Ulrike Will (M.A.), Researcher, Leipzig University of Applied Sciences (HTWK). The Cambridge International Law Journal 9th Annual Cambridge International Law Conference on the … Read more The Specification of Rules of Differentiation in the NDCs to the Paris Agreement

The Toxic Impact of Illiberalism on Cooperative International Legal Systems

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 13: Rise or Decline of Multilateralism? Current Dynamics in Treaty Negotiation, Cooperation and Withdrawal, by Heather McAdams, Editor in Chief, N.Y.U. Journal of International Law & Politics, J.D. Candidate, New York University School of Law. Full title: “The Toxic … Read more The Toxic Impact of Illiberalism on Cooperative International Legal Systems

Outside The Margin For Error: The Invalidity of The Philippines’ Withdrawal From The Rome Statute

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 13: Rise or Decline of Multilateralism? Current Dynamics in Treaty Negotiation, Cooperation and Withdrawal, by Gemmo Bautista Fernandez, Doctoral Student at the Australian National University, Raphael Lorenzo A. Pangalangan, LL.M. Candidate, University of Cambridge. The Cambridge International Law Journal … Read more Outside The Margin For Error: The Invalidity of The Philippines’ Withdrawal From The Rome Statute

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Treaty Withdrawal and Recalcitrant States

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 13: Rise or Decline of Multilateralism? Current Dynamics in Treaty Negotiation, Cooperation and Withdrawal, by Joseph Crampin, Ph.D, Candidate, University College London. The Cambridge International Law Journal 9th Annual Cambridge International Law Conference on the theme of ‘International Law … Read more Should I Stay or Should I Go? Treaty Withdrawal and Recalcitrant States

It’s a Match! Understanding Technical Aspects of “Open Architecture” Investment Treatymaking

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 13: Rise or Decline of Multilateralism? Current Dynamics in Treaty Negotiation, Cooperation and Withdrawal, by Ashlee Uren, LL.M. Candidate, Georgetown University. The Cambridge International Law Journal 9th Annual Cambridge International Law Conference on the theme of ‘International Law and … Read more It’s a Match! Understanding Technical Aspects of “Open Architecture” Investment Treatymaking

The Future of Environmental Norms in ICSID Arbitration

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 12: Addressing Environmental Risk through International Trade and Investment, by Godwin Tan, Trainee Solicitor, Allen & Overy, London; Andrea Chong, Trainee, Rajah & Tann, Singapore. Full title: “The Future of Environmental Norms in ICSID Arbitration: Counterclaims, New Generation Treaties … Read more The Future of Environmental Norms in ICSID Arbitration

Promoting Investment in Sustainable Landscape Management:Lessons Learned from DR Congo

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 12: Addressing Environmental Risk through International Trade and Investment, by Freedom-Kai Phillips, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Cambridge. Full title: “Promoting Investment in Sustainable Landscape Management and Traditional Knowledge to Advance Sustainable Development: Legal Measures and Lessons Learned from the … Read more Promoting Investment in Sustainable Landscape Management:Lessons Learned from DR Congo

Implementing Environmental Treaties Through Green Finance Taxonomies

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 12: Addressing Environmental Risk through International Trade and Investment, by Grégoire Lunven de Chanrond, Ph.D. Candidate in Laws, Chinese University of Hong Kong. The Cambridge International Law Journal 9th Annual Cambridge International Law Conference on the theme of ‘International … Read more Implementing Environmental Treaties Through Green Finance Taxonomies

Regulation of Cyber-Attacks in Outer Space: an International Law Perspective

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 11: International Air and Space Law—Issues on the Horizon, by Keertana Venkatesh, Student of law, Gujarat National Law University. The Cambridge International Law Journal 9th Annual Cambridge International Law Conference on the theme of ‘International Law and Global Risks: … Read more Regulation of Cyber-Attacks in Outer Space: an International Law Perspective

Towards a Structural Analysis of Individual and Public Interests in Orbital Space Law

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 11: International Air and Space Law—Issues on the Horizon, by Ward Munters, Ph.D. Candidate, Institute for International Law & Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, KU Leuven (Belgium). Full title: “Potentially Harmful Physical Interference: Towards a Structural Analysis of … Read more Towards a Structural Analysis of Individual and Public Interests in Orbital Space Law

Weighing the Risks of Space Debris Against the Benefits of Universal Internet Connectivity

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 11: International Air and Space Law—Issues on the Horizon, by Cristian van Eijk, Student, University of Cambridge. Full title: “The Quest for Global Satellite Internet: Weighing the Risks of Space Debris Against the Benefits of Universal Internet Connectivity” The … Read more Weighing the Risks of Space Debris Against the Benefits of Universal Internet Connectivity

No Path to Protection for Asylum Seekers Under the US-Guatemala Asylum Cooperative Agreement

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 10: Risk and Diligence in Human Rights and Refugee Law, by Ashlee Uren, LL.M. Candidate, Georgetown University. Full title: “Dead Ends: No Path to Protection for Asylum Seekers Under the US-Guatemala Asylum Cooperative Agreement” The Cambridge International Law Journal … Read more No Path to Protection for Asylum Seekers Under the US-Guatemala Asylum Cooperative Agreement

The Role of Due Diligence in Holding States Responsible for Violence in Migration Control

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 10: Risk and Diligence in Human Rights and Refugee Law, by Dr Catherine Briddick, Lecturer in Gender and Forced Migration, Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford. Full title: “Affective/Effective Law: The Role of Due Diligence in Holding States Responsible … Read more The Role of Due Diligence in Holding States Responsible for Violence in Migration Control

‘Missing Migrants’ Under International Law: Theoretical and Practical Challenges

An address to the Ninth Annual Cambridge International Law (CILJ) Conference in April 2020, in Panel 10: Risk and Diligence in Human Rights and Refugee Law, by Dr Grażyna Baranowska, Assistant Professor, Institute of Law Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences, German Institute for Human Rights. Full title: “Crimes Without Criminals: Drawing the Epistemological Distinction Between … Read more ‘Missing Migrants’ Under International Law: Theoretical and Practical Challenges