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#4 Das Gewaltverbot

Ausnahmen bestätigen die Regel

09.04.2021

Der Krieg als Mittel der Politik: Das ist im heutigen Völkerrecht nicht mehr zulässig. Nichtsdestotrotz werden nach wie vor Kriege geführt und gegen das Gewaltverbot verstoßen. Isabel Lischewski erklärt, welche Parallelen es deshalb zwischen WG-Putzplänen und dem Gewaltverbot gibt, und Erik Tuchtfeld spricht mit Paulina Starski über die Geschichte des Gewaltverbots, kritischen Perspektiven auf humanitäre Interventionen und die unwilling or unable-Doktrin.

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Moderation: Philipp Eschenhagen & Erik Tuchtfeld
Grundlagenteil: Dr. Isabel Lischewski
Interview: Prof. Dr. Paulina Starski & Erik Tuchtfeld
Schnitt: Sophie Schuberth
Technische Unterstützung: Anna Sophia Tiedeke

Credits:

Kofi Annan auf MSNBC zum Irak-Krieg, Youtube
Kofi Annan im AP Archive zum Irak-Krieg, Youtube

Authors
Erik Tuchtfeld

Erik Tuchtfeld is a research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law (Heidelberg) and currently working as legal clerk at the Higher District Court of Celle. He studied law at the University of Buenos Aires and Heidelberg University, where he graduated in 2020. His research interests include comparative constitutional law, human rights law, in particular the right to privacy and freedom of expression, and the regulation of social media platforms.

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Philipp Eschenhagen

Philipp Eschenhagen is a research associate at Bucerius Law School and a PhD candidate at the Walther Schücking Institute for International Law. He is an editor at Völkerrechtsblog.

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Isabel Lischewski

Dr. Isabel Lischewski is a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant with Prof. Dr. Nora Markard at WWU Münster. Her research interests lie in global governance, critical theory, and access to justice. She is an editor at Völkerrechtsblog.

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Sophie Schuberth
Sophie Schuberth is a visiting research fellow at the Minerva Center for Human Rights at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and a PhD-candidate in the Berlin Potsdam Research Group ‘The International Rule of Law- Rise or Decline?’ at Freie Universität Berlin. She is an editor at Völkerrechtsblog and co-host of the Völkerrechtspodcast.
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