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 The Question

EUNAVFOR MED Operation Sophia one year after: An effective measure to tackle human trafficking and migrant smuggling networks?

Introduced by Francesca De Vittor and Francesca Mussi

  On 18 May 2015 the Council of European Union adopted Decision 2015/778 establishing the European Union military operation in the Southern Central Mediterranean (EUNAVFOR MED), with the aim of undertaking systematic efforts to identify, capture and dispose of vessels and assets used or suspected of being used by...
  Efthymios Papastavridis on Aug 5, 2016

EUNAVFOR MED Operation Sophia and the question of jurisdiction over transnational organized crime at sea

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  Matilde Ventrella on Aug 5, 2016

The impact of Operation Sophia on the exercise of criminal jurisdiction against migrant smugglers and human traffickers

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Questioning the development of international law with regard to third-party countermeasures: Lessons from Libya, Syria, Ukraine and beyond

Introduced by Enrico Milano and Paolo Palchetti

One of the most significant innovations in the 2001 ILC Articles on State Responsibility was the insertion of several provisions concerning the legal interests of the international community in enforcing international legality. And yet the possibility of non-injured States reacting to a violation of erga omnes obligations through the...
  Martin Dawidowicz on Jun 30, 2016

Third-party countermeasures: A progressive development of international law?

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  Carlo Focarelli on Jul 18, 2016

International Law and Third-Party Countermeasures in the Age of Global Instant Communication

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The 13 November 2015 attacks and their aftermath: multilevel responses to terrorism

Introduced by Antonello Tancredi and Paolo Palchetti

  The terrorist attacks that took place on November 13, 2015 in Paris rapidly triggered a multilevel reaction. Internationally, France, as well as other Western Countries have been ready to invoke the right of self-defence as provided for in Article 51 of the UN Charter to justify air strikes against...
  Jean-Christophe Martin on Jan 29, 2016

Les frappes de la France contre l’EIIL en Syrie, à la lumière de la résolution 2249 (2015) du Conseil de sécurité

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  Peter Hilpold on Jan 29, 2016

The evolving right of counter-terrorism: An analysis of SC resolution 2249 (2015) in view of some basic contributions in International Law literature

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The Prevent Strategy: The human rights implications of the United Kingdom’s counter-radicalisation policy

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  QIL-QDI on Jul 21, 2016

Forthcoming

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  QIL-QDI on Jul 21, 2016

Forthcoming

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  QIL-QDI on Jul 21, 2016

Forthcoming

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