- Book Review
- Irresolvable Norm Conflicts
Legal dilemmas: the first step towards a solution is to acknowledge the problem
Imagine that you are the captain of a ship located halfway between several people drowning. You have a duty towards each of them but are unable to save everyone. In...
- Ranganathan Book Symposium
Ranganathan Book Symposium: Part 4
Surabhi Ranganathan’s book on strategically created treaty conflicts is a must-read for international lawyers and International Relations scholars interested in fragmentation and regulatory overlap. The choice of the subject-matter alone...
- The Promises of International Law and Society
Should we call a lawyer?
In this post, I argue that traditional legal conceptualisations of norm conflicts do not capture the phenomenon that International Relations (IR) scholars are interested in. I propose an alternative definition,...