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The meaning and effects of erga omnes within the Prespa Agreement of 17 June 2018 between Greece and North Macedonia

Introduced by Vassilis P Tzevelekos*

  Article 1(3)(a) of the Prespa Agreement of 17 June 2018 between Greece and North Macedonia provides as follows: ‘The official name of the Second Party [i.e. the state nowadays named North Macedonia] shall be the “Republic of North Macedonia”, which shall be the constitutional name of the Second Party and shall be used erga omnes, as provided for...
  Ioannis Prezas on Jan 17, 2020

A bilateral treaty developing legal effects erga omnes? Reflections on the Prespa Agreement between Greece and North Macedonia settling the name dispute

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  Vassilis Pergantis on Jan 17, 2020

The Prespa Agreement between Greece and North Macedonia and the settlement of the name dispute: Of objective regimes, erga omnes obligations and treaty effects on third parties

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From chattel slavery to ‘modern slavery’: The role for human dignity in the struggle against contemporary forms of human exploitation

Introduced by Silvia Borelli and Maria Chiara Vitucci

  The eradication of slavery, forced labour and other forms of exploitation of humans by humans has been on the international agenda for well over a century. Indeed, 2019 marks the centenary of both the creation of the International Labour Organisation (ILO), founded, inter alia, on the premise that...
  Pasquale De Sena on Dec 24, 2019

Slaveries and new slaveries: Which role for human dignity?

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  Silvia Scarpa on Dec 24, 2019

Conceptual unclarity, human dignity and contemporary forms of slavery: An appraisal and some proposals

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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,...
  Giorgio Sacerdoti on Jan 30, 2019

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

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  Steve Charnovitz on Nov 30, 2019

A WTO if you can keep it

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  Peter-Tobias Stoll on Jan 31, 2020

A Washington wake-up call and hybrid governance for world trade

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  Leonardo Borlini on Jan 31, 2020

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

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Twin crises in the WTO, and no obvious way out

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