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The Silala Waters dispute before the ICJ and the law on the use of international rivers for non-navigational purposes

Introduced by Lucas Carlos Lima

  On the 6th June 2016 Chile brought a new dispute with its neighbour, Bolivia, to the International Court of Justice (ICJ), this time concerning transboundary water resources. The present querella regards the Status and Use of the Waters of the Silala, a water basin whose main course rises in Bolivia, flows...
  Tamar Meshel on May 31, 2017

What’s in a name? The Silala waters and the applicability of international watercourse law

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  Roberta Greco on May 31, 2017

The Silala Dispute: Between International Water Law and the Human Right to Water (forthcoming)

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Back to consistency? The relationship between UNSC resolutions and the ECHR after the Grand Chamber’s decision in Al-Dulimi II

Introduced by Maurizio Arcari

On 21 June 2016 the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) handed down its definitive judgment in the case of Al-Dulimi v Switzerland,[1] addressing the legality under the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) of confiscation of asset measures imposed on an Iraqi national by Swiss...
  Vassilis P. Tzevelekos on Apr 30, 2017

The Al-Dulimi Case before the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights: Business as usual? Test of Equivalent Protection, (Constitutional) Hierarchy and Systemic Integration

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  Iris Canor on Apr 30, 2017

Beyond the ‘spirit of systemic harmonization’: The devil is in the details (forthcoming)

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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...
  QIL-QDI on Jul 21, 2016

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  QIL-QDI on Jul 21, 2016

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  QIL-QDI on Jul 21, 2016

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

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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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  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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