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Strategically Created Treaty Conflicts

A Book Symposium

30.03.2016

Strategic Treaty ConflictsFor the next few days the Völkerrechtsblog is pleased to host an online symposium of Surabhi Ranganthan’s recently published book “Strategically Created Treaty Conflicts and the Politics of International Law” (CUP 2014).

Surabhi Ranganthan is a University Lecturer in International Law at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. The book will be discussed by Jasper Finke (Hamburg), Jan Klabbers (Helsinki & Rotterdam) and Lea Wisken (Berlin). An introduction by James Crawford (The Hague) and a response by Surabhi Ranganthan frame the symposium.

The Völkerrechtsblog is very grateful to all commentators for their participation.

 

Cite as: Valentin Jeutner, “Strategically Created Treaty Conflicts: A Book Symposium”, Völkerrechtsblog, 30 March 2016, doi: 10.17176/20171201-112006.

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Valentin Jeutner

Valentin Jeutner is an Associate Professor of Law at Lund University in Sweden. His teaching and research activities focus on foundational question of (international) law.

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