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Russian Invasion of Ukraine in 2022

This symposium gathers all articles published on Völkerrechtsblog on Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine in 2022.

The Sham “Referenda” at Gunpoint

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Less a Wave Than a Tsunami

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The ICJ’s Only Friend in Ukraine v. Russia

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Between Accuracy and Dignity

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Zwischen normativem Anspruch und prozessualer Wirklichkeit – Teil II

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Zwischen normativem Anspruch und prozessualer Wirklichkeit – Teil I

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Law of the Sea and Naval Warfare in the Context of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

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Imploding Protection Through Exploding Norms?

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No Purchase, No Requisition, No Seizure

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Wofür kämpfen?

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“I resigned because Russia had become an absolutely indefensible client”

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« J’ai démissionné car la Russie était devenue un client absolument indéfendable »

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Summoning Solidarity Through Sanctions

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The Question of Expelling Recalcitrant Member States

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Some Refugees are Welcome, Others Not So Much

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How to End an Illegal War?

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Erlaubte Interessensvertretung oder unzulässige Einmischung?

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Russia and the Jessup 2022 Dilemma

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From Russia Without Law

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Russia’s Approaches to International Humanitarian Law

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Domestic Criminal Courts as Gap-Fillers?

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Committed in Ukraine, Prosecuted in Germany?

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Can we Blame the United Nations for the Crisis in Ukraine?

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Of Legal Creativity and Plausibility of Rights

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#16 Krieg in der Ukraine

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Sovereignty and Non-Intervention

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Russia’s Plans for ‘Nationalizing’ Foreign-Owned Companies

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The ICJ Order in Ukraine v. Russia

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Völkerrechtliche Fragen zum Krieg in der Ukraine

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The Individual Expressions of Judges in the ICJ Provisional Measures Order in Ukraine v. Russia

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Of Bullshit, Lies and ‘Demonstrably Rubbish’ Justifications in International Law

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SHORTS: Ukrainekrieg mit Katja Keul

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“No chemical or any other weapons of mass destruction were developed on my land”

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„No chemical or any other weapons of mass destruction were developed on my land”

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The Emergency Special Session on Ukraine

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On Critique and Renewal in Times of Crisis

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Between Relief and War Crimes

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The Weaponisation of International Law in Ukraine

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Parting Paths – Russia’s Inevitable Exit From the Council of Europe

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Neither Neutral nor Party to the Conflict?

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Weder neutral noch Konfliktpartei?

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How Are Nuclear Power Plants Protected by Law During War?

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Wie sind Atomkraftwerke im Krieg durch das Recht geschützt?

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Russia Has Not Breached the Jus Contra Bellum in 2022; It Did in 2014

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To Close or Not to Close

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More than Names and Numbers?

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The Sadly Neglected Crime of Aggression

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Vereint gegen den Krieg

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Uniting for Peace

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How Pressing ‘ENTER’ Gets You to The Hague

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From Grey Zones to Red Lines

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The Closing Door in Strasbourg

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Спеціальний випуск: Україна

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Специальный выпуск: Украина

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Aggression and the ‘Civilizational Turn’ in Russian Politics of International Law

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DGIR Statement on the Russian Attack on Ukraine

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Special Editorial: On Ukraine

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Russia’s Recognition of the DPR and LPR as Illegal Acts under International Law

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Even the Eagle does not Fly Higher than the Sun

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