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Alicia Köppen
Alicia is a PhD Candidate at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and a Law Clerk at Kammergericht Berlin. Her fields of interest include Public International Law and International Investment Law. She is the co-editor of the forthcoming edited volume “Cynical International Law?” (Springer, 2020).
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» Dr. Daragan, Your comment drew my attention. I've looked for Your paper. Is this the publication you were referring to -Treaty override and the rule of law, DB 2011, 2681...«
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» This post was a feast for the eye and the mind. Thank you! The parallel between the current situation with UK and the jurisprudence of the Federal Constitutional Court, as...«
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» Quite interesting article even for people not completely on the subject. Very enlightening on how can governments be held accountable for their actions/inaction regarding the consequences that its inhabitants face...«
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