Volume 2023

Number Date Author Title
663E 12.12.2023

Vanessa Bliecke, Carla Borck

Drowning in Negligence. The Structural Shortcomings of Germany’s Approach to Inclusion-Oriented Disaster Management.
662E 09.11.2023

Eric Rücker, Kai Budelmann

Taking Care of Other People’s History? Purging Identity Under the Pretense of Protective Measures.
661E 02.11.2023

Robin Ramsahye

Israel and Gaza in the Heat of the Moment. Why Sound Legal Analysis Must Trump Rhetoric and Prevail.
660E 27.09.2023

Tobias Wirthle

Prohibition of Racial Discrimination is not Enough. Revisiting the Obligation to Provide Human Rights Training to Police after the Killing of Nahel M. in Paris.

659E 21.09.2023

Spyridoula (Sissy) Katsoni

Towards a Feminist Interpretation of the ECHR’s Provisions on Access to Abortion.

658E 15.09.2023

Rouven Diekjobst

Kein Geld für die Taliban. Zu möglichen Reparationsforderungen Afghanistans gegen Deutschland.

657E 07.09.2023

Theresa Bosl

Not You Again! Mass Surveillance Before the CJEU and Why “Hadopi” Could Be a Game-Changer for the Right to Privacy.

656E 28.07.2023

Aaron Dumont

A ‘Clear’ War Crime Against the Environment? The Destruction of the Nova Kakhovka Dam.

655E 21.07.2023

Will Wright

Dissecting the Debate on Cluster Munitions.
654E 12.07.2023

Joel Bella, Julia Heuwing

International Problems Require International Answers. The Paris Agreement as a Means of Concretization of the ECHR’s Positive Obligations?

653E 16.06.2023

Spyridoula (Sissy) Katsoni, Vanessa Bliecke

How the Committee on the Rights of the Child Paved the Way for Stronger Abortion Rights. Some Thoughts on Camila v Peru.

652E 16.06.2023

Vanessa Bliecke

Don’t Screen Us Out? Disability-Selective-Abortion Case to Head to European Court of Human Rights.

651E 07.06.2023

Jona Höni, Linus Bergauer

God Save the King – From “Annoying” Protesters? On Freedom of Assembly in the United Kingdom and the State’s Increasing Detachment From International Human Rights Law.

650E 05.06.2023

Maximilian Bertamini

The Most Exciting Field of International Law. What to Look Out for in the Law of Outer Space.
649E 16.05.2023

Lisa M. Cohen

Trojan Horses with Emergency Lights. International Law and the (Mis)use of Ambulances for Military and Law Enforcement Purposes.

648E 08.05.2023

Rouven Diekjobst

Sea-Level Rise at the Security Council. On Multiplied Threats and Implied Powers.
647E 03.05.2023

Vivien Wefringhaus

Trash or Treasure? On How E-Waste Toxifies Our Livelihood and Whether International Law Can Prevent It.
646E 20.04.2023

Spyridoula (Sissy) Katsoni

An Unneighborly Gift in Times of Need. Are States Required to Admit Persons Displaced by the Impacts of the Recent Earthquakes?
645E 14.04.2023

Pierre Thielbörger, Jan-Phillip Graf

Prisoner of War Videos on Facebook. IFHV Submits “Amicus Brief” to the Meta Oversight Board in Case Concerning the “Armenian Prisoner of War Video”.
644E 13.04.2023

Vanessa Bliecke

Too Young to Be a Criminal? What International Law Has to Say About Lowering the Minimum Age of Criminal Responsibility.
643E 11.04.2023

Aaron Dumont

Just Like Ukraine, But Worse? Some Thoughts on the China-Taiwan Situation.

642E 05.04.2023

Dilara Yaman

Heads of States Before the ICC. On the Arrest Warrant against Putin and Its Consequences.

641E 30.03.2023

Mara Ebbers

Forcing Women to Deprioritize Their Health? An Analysis of the IACtHR’s Ambiguous Stance on Abortion Rights.

640E 27.03.2023

Sonja Susann Schäfer

When A Princess Causes a Nightmare. A Legal Assessment of the Environmental Disaster off the Coast of the Philippines.

639E 15.03.2023

Mara Ebbers, Anna Müller

New Ways to Deal With Old Crimes? A Legal Analysis of Past Injustices From Today’s Perspective.

638E 20.02.2023

Teresa Weiß

Military Success > Global Food Security. Is Russia Violating the Right to Food Outside Ukraine Through the Invasion of Ukraine?

637E 11.01.2023

Tillmann Lindner, Giacomo Romis

When Silence Is Not Golden but Puzzling. Reflections on the Duty of the ICJ to Provide Reasons for Its Decisions.