- Progress and International Law: A Cursed Relationship?
Border Dialectics: Progress, Regress, and Resistance
Received knowledge about the protection of migrants in international law tells a story of progress. A story of expanded refugee definitions, complementary protection, and extraterritorial obligations. Yet a counternarrative has...
Contemporary Sanctions as a Challenge to the Doctrine of Jurisdiction
Contemporary sanctions based on extraterritorial control of national products and infrastructure such as currencies, high-tech products, and cyberspace are stretching established doctrines of states’ jurisdiction under international law. The presenter...
Questions of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in Ukraine and the Netherlands v. Russia
On 25 January 2023, the European Court of Human Rights delivered its decision on the admissibility of the interstate complaints lodged by Ukraine and the Netherlands against Russia in relation...