Volume 2022

Number Date Author Title
636E 22.12.2022

Jona Höni & Grischa Jost

Human Dignity Is Inviolable… Unless You Are a Prisoner?
635E 14.11.2022

Vivien Wefringhaus

Towards a Sustainable Agriculture
The Case of Pesticides Between Food Security and Climate Change



Robin Ramsahye

Pitting Wildlife Conservation Against Indigenous Rights
The EACJ Ruling on the Evictions of Maasai Villagers in Tanzania



Jan-Phillip Graf & Jannik Neumann

Between Accuracy and Dignity
Legal Implications of Facial Recognition for Dead Combatants

632E  19.09.22

Maximilian Bertamini & Tillmann Lindner

What Needs to Be Said
How States Should Preserve International Law, when the Security Council is Unable to React



Maximilian Bertamini

Of Old Wisdoms and New Challenges
Comments on Volume I of the MILAMOS Project

630E 12.08.2022

Will Jamison Wright

Imploding Protection Through Exploding Norms?
The Amnesty International Report and the Broader Debate on Armed Conflict in Populated Areas

 629E  27.07.2022

Tillmann Lindner

No Purchase, No Requisition, No Seizure
Whythe Graim Acquisitions by Russian Forces in Ukraine Violate International Humanitarian Law



Niklas Sebastian Reetz

Die Ukraine, das Recht auf Selbstverteidigung und die Menschenrechte

627E 20.07.2022

Lorenz Rubner Lisa M. Cohen

(Don’t) Call ‘Em Mercenaries: A Case for the Reintegration of Legal Terminology and Popular Parlance

626E 06.07.2022

Sophie Maria Marta Wollert

The Responsibility to Protect as a Responsibility to Deny: Why the International Community’s Responsibility to Protect Limits a Government’s Right to Invite Intervention

625E 27.06.2022

Jona Höni

Out of Sight, out of Mind? Why the UK-Rwanda Deal on Offshore Migration Processing May (Not) Serve as an Example for Other Immigration-Skeptic States in the Global North

624E 15.06.2022

Stephan Koloßa

The Dangers of Hacktivism: How Cyber Operations by Private Individuals May Amount to Warfare

623E 07.06.2022

Vivien Wefringhaus 

Turning the Tide: Can Islands Preserve Their Territory with Artificial Constructions Amid Sea Level Rise?

622E 02.06.2022

Spyridoula Katsoni

What Do We Do with the Non-‘White, Blonde, Blue-Eyed’ Asylum Seekers?

621E 20.04.2022

Tobias Wirthle

COVID-19 Triage and the Persistent Problem of Disability Discrimination in Healthcare

620D 05.04.2022

Prof. Dr. Pierre Thielbörger

Nachruf Knut Ipsen

619E 04.04.2022

Sebastian Wuschka and Elisabeth Hoffberger-Pippan

Of Legal Creativity and Plausibility of Rights: The ICJ’s Order on Provisional Measures in Ukraine v. Russia
618E 30.03.2022

Ilja Djatschkow

 Humanitarian Visas to Escape from the Taliban?
617E 08.03.2022

Lea Bilke, Vanessa Bliecke and Ella Schoenleben

Abortion in Latin America Through the Lens of the IACtHR (Part 1) - A court trapped between revolution and reluctance
616E 02.03.2022 Lisa M. Cohen and Lorrenz Rubner How Pressing ‘ENTER’ Gets You to The Hague (Part 1) - Cyber War Crimes under the Rome Statue
615E 16.02.2022

Jan-Phillip Graf

The Death of the Prohibition on the Use of Force - An Attempt at Reimagination(I)
614E 11.02.2022

Vivien Wefringhaus and Maja Bergfort

Clean Up Your Mess! - Are States obliged to remove plastic waste from Global Commons?
613E 03.02.2022

Jan-Phillip Graf and Romina Pezzot

Ecocide – Legal Revolution or Symbolism?
612E 28.01.2022

Spyridoula Katsoni

Is the Feministisation of the ECtHR’s Abortion-Related Jurisprudence a Realistic Expectation? - Putting the Ecthr's interpretation of the 'Right To Abortion' under the feminist microscope
611E 24.01.2022 Mais Masadeh One Court at a Time: Challenges of Universal Jurisdiction and Enhancing International Justice - Lessons learned through Al-Khatib Trial