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The relocation of the US embassy to Jerusalem and the obligation of non-recognition in international law

by Maurizio Arcari

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On 14 May 2018, on the day the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the State of Israel was celebrated, the new United States (US) embassy to Israel in Jerusalem was solemnly inaugurated.[1] This event followed the Proclamation issued on 6 December 2017 by the US President Donald...
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  David Hughes on May 31, 2018

The US embassy in Jerusalem: Does location matter? [Forthcoming]

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The tangled links between national and international data protection regimes, standardization and international trade law

Introduced by Giovanna Adinolfi

Since the establishment of the World Trade Organization, digital issues have been included in States’ trade agenda. In the very first years, e-commerce has drawn most States’ attention. The term is usually understood to cover the production, distribution, marketing, sale or delivery of goods and services by electronic means. Since 1998 WTO...
  Gianpaolo M. Ruotolo on May 31, 2018

The EU data protection regime and the multilateral trading system: Where dream and day unite

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  Alberto Oddenino on May 31, 2018

Digital standardization, cybersecurity issues and international trade law [Forthcoming]

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