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The advent of the Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals and the future of (ad hoc) international criminal justice: Questions of legality, efficiency, and fairness

Introduced by Maurizio Arcari and Micaela Frulli

  The fate of the two ad hoc criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and for Rwanda (ICTR), established in 1993 and 1994 by the UN Security Council (SC), represents one of the most sensitive cases for international criminal justice since the beginning of the present century. After some...
  Alexandre S. Galand on Jun 30, 2017

Was the Residual Mechanism’s creation falling squarely within the Chapter VII power of the Security Council?

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  Andrea Carcano on Jun 30, 2017

Of efficiency and fairness in the administration of international justice: Can the Residual Mechanism provide adequately reasoned judgments?

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  Yvonne McDermott on Jun 30, 2017

Fairness before the Mechanism for the International Criminal Tribunals

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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

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Hammer and Nail. Megaregionals, CETA and the Law of Treaties

Introduced by Jan Klabbers*

To a man with a hammer, as David Kennedy often reminds us, everything looks like a nail: the lawyer who has found her instrument of choice will insist on using it time and again.[1] Kennedy’s reflection is, in a sense, a reflection on a very American position, viewing...
  Federica Violi on Jul 31, 2017

Formal and informal modification of treaties before their entry into force: What scope for amending CETA?

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  Alessandra Arcuri on Jul 31, 2017

Is CETA keeping up with the promise? Interpreting certain provisions relating to Biotechnology

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  Luca Pantaleo on Jul 31, 2017

The provisional application of CETA: Selected issues

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  QIL-QDI on Jul 31, 2017

Forthcoming

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