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 The Question

Jurisdictional Reasonableness

Introduced by Cedric Ryngaert and Michail Vagias

In a globalized world, phenomena such as transnational crime, Internet transactions and climate change are not limited to just one state. Instead, they have connections with multiple states, each of which may want to exercise its jurisdiction over them, often on the basis of a version of the territoriality...
  William S. Dodge on Oct 31, 2019

Jurisdictional reasonableness under customary international law: The approach of the Restatement (Fourth) of US Foreign Relations Law

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  Natalie L. Dobson on Oct 31, 2019

Reflections on ‘Reasonableness’ in the Restatement (Fourth) of US Foreign Relations Law

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  Mistale Taylor on Oct 31, 2019

Reasonableness in its reasoning: How the European Union can mitigate problematic extraterritoriality on a de-territorialised internet

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 The Question

Children in conflicts as victims and perpetrators? Reassessing the debate on child soldiers in light of the involvement of children with terrorist groups

Introduced by Giulio Bartolini and Marco Pertile

  The issue of child soldiers and, in more general terms, of the involvement of children in conflicts has been the object of broad interest in the academic debate over time, especially from the perspective of international humanitarian law, human rights law, and international criminal law.[1] Suffice it...
  Nina Jorgensen on Jun 30, 2019

Children associated with terrorist groups in the context of the legal framework for child soldiers

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  Yutaka Arai-Takahashi on Sep 23, 2019

War Crimes relating to child soldiers and other children that are otherwise associated with armed groups in situations of non-international armed conflict. An incremental step toward a coherent legal framework?

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  Luca Poltronieri Rossetti on Sep 23, 2019

Intra-party sexual crimes against child soldiers as war crimes in Ntaganda. ‘Tadić moment’ or unwarranted exercise of judicial activism?

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‘In Clinical Isolation.’ Is there a meaningful place for the World Trade Organization in the future of International Economic Law?

Introduced by Paolo Turrini and Angelica Bonfanti

What the heck. The girl was young, so lively and, what is more, socially accepted. Everyone wanted to date her. And all of a sudden, she fell ill. With the disease came the solitude – or was it the other way round? Now her conditions are stable but critical,...
  Steve Charnovitz on Nov 30, 2019

A WTO if you can keep it

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  Giorgio Sacerdoti on Nov 30, 2019

The stalemate concerning the Appellate Body of the WTO: What way out?

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  Leonardo Borlini on Nov 30, 2019

A crisis looming in the dark: Some remarks on the reform proposals on notifications and transparency

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  Peter-Tobias Stoll on Nov 30, 2019

Forthcoming

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