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When is a criminal prohibition of genocide denial justified? The Perinçek Case and the risk of a double standard

Introduced by Gabriele Della Morte

 

La memoria no es lo que recordamos, sino lo que nos recuerda*

(Octavio Paz)

    During the same period that the commemoration of the 100 years from the Medz Yeghern (literally: the ‘Great Crime’), it is apt that the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights...
  Claudia Morgana Cascione on May 31, 2016

Genocide denial and freedom of expression in the Perinçek Case: A European overruling or a new approach to negationism?

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  Ariana Macaya on May 31, 2016

Focus sur Perinçek c Suisse. La question de la limitation à la liberté d’expression nécessaire dans une société démocratique

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  Carmelo Domenico Leotta on May 31, 2016

Brief remarks on the balancing method ‘truly’ adopted by the ECtHR Grand Chamber in Perinçek c Switzerland

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Old rules for new problems? Assessing Roscini’s take on the cyberspace between jus ad bellum and jus in bello

Introduced by Giulio Bartolini and Marco Pertile

The international legal regulation of cyberspace is one of the most challenging current developments under international law, with respect to the positions of both States and non-state actors. Among the many areas of interest in relation to cyberspace, one of the most notable emerging aspects can be safely identified...
  Christian Henderson on Apr 30, 2016

The use of cyber force: Is the jus ad bellum ready?

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  Emanuele Sommario on Apr 30, 2016

Applying the Jus in Bello in the Cyber Domain: Navigating between lex lata and lex ferenda

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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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  QIL-QDI on Jan 29, 2016

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  QIL-QDI on Jan 29, 2016

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  QIL-QDI on Jan 29, 2016

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  QIL-QDI on Jan 29, 2016

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