- Rewarding in International Law
In human rights law, shame is ubiquitous. ‘Naming and shaming’ has become the core tactic of human rights advocacy and the modus operandi of international NGOs such as Amnesty International....
- Investment Law and Human Rights
From the margins to the center – can social movements save international investment law?
Can social movements save international investment law? There have been few works in international law, which have been as decisive for my research interests than Moshe Hirsch’s rich and interdisciplinary...
On history, geography, and radical change in international law
These are exciting times for international legal scholarship - on this point, the interviewers and Professor BS Chimni can immediately agree. But what are the consequences of recent challenges to...
The Kosovo Specialist Chambers
As the doors were closing on Churchillplein 1, the Hague, the former home of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), only a short walk away a new...
„Vor săvoteze, lăsați-i săvoteze!“*
(*“Sie wollen wählen, lasst Ihnen ihre Stimme!“ So der Aufruf zu solidarischen Protesten innerhalb Rumäniens mit den Auslandsrumänen) Kilometerlange Schlangen, verstopfte Straßenzüge und zunehmend empörte rumänische Staatsbürger*innen – die Bilder,...