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1 The Oxford Guidance on the Law Relating to Humanitarian Relief Operations in Armed Conflict The provision of life-saving assistance to people affected by armed conflict lies at the heart of humanitarian actors’ operations... Dapo Akande, Emanuela-Chiara Gillard 05 Dec 2017
2 Planetary Defence: Asteroids, Nuclear Weapons and International Law This paper examines issues related to the question of 'planetary defence', in the sense of responding to an asteroid - or any other type of Near-Earth Object (NEO) - were such a body to be detected as being on a collision-course with the Earth and predict James Green 28 Nov 2017
3 Creative Commons Corruption: A new Public International Law norm? Corruption has become a hot topic in Public International Law in recent years. Samantha Rowe, Ciara Murphy 21 Nov 2017
4 International Law and the Sustainable Development Goals – shaping the rules for our common future The UN Conference on Sustainable Development - or Rio+20 - took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on 20-22 June 2012 Markus Gehring 07 Nov 2017
5 Transnational Conflicts: A New Kind of War? Dr Ziv Bohrer, assistant professor at Bar-Ilan University Faculty of Law, gives a talk for the Public International Law Discussion Group. Please note, the recording for this podcast ended before the end, we apologise for the inconvenience. Ziv Boher 31 Oct 2017
6 Immunity from Execution of Military and Cultural Goods Recent years have seen numerous attempts to seize State assets held outside a State's national territory to satisfy debts owed by the State to private persons. Matthew Happold 07 Jun 2017
7 Behavioral Economics and Global Public Goods and Global Commons Professor van Aaken's main research areas are international law with a special focus on international economic law and its interaction with other areas of international law, (international) legal theory, (behavioural) law and economics. Anne van Aaken 04 May 2017
8 Courting Failure: When are International Criminal Courts likely to be believed by Local Audiences? Can we reliably predict whether the populations affected by mass atrocities will believe in the accounts of the facts and criminal responsibility that are produced by international criminal tribunals? Drawing on research in social psychology and on a seri Marko Milanovic 23 Nov 2016
9 The International Regulation of Offshore Energy Installations In this talk, we will attempt to discuss points of interest, taking also into consideration the role offshore installations may or may not play in the determination of judicial proceedings before international courts and tribunals. Maria Gavouneli 15 Nov 2016
10 Creative Commons Reading the Rome Statute - As an Organic Instrument (This was a joint session with OTJR) Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji, Judge of the International Criminal Court and President of the Trial Division Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji 09 Nov 2016
11 Creative Commons The Systemic Qualities of the International Legal Order Dr Gleider Hernandez, Reader in Public International Law, University of Durham, October 2016 Gleider Hernandez 31 Oct 2016
12 Challenges in the Law of Non-International Armed Conflict Rob McLaughlin, Australian National University - October 2015 Rob McLaughlin 25 Oct 2016
13 Creative Commons Toward Inclusive Global Governance: What Role for International Law? Professor Eyal Benvenisti, Whewell Professor of International Law, University of Cambridge Eyal Benvenisti 25 Oct 2016
14 Creative Commons People on the Move in an Era of Climate Change: Obstacles and Opportunities Professor Jane McAdam, Kaldor Centre for International Refugee, University of New South Wales & Asad Rehman, Friends of the Earth Climate Campaign - June 2016 Jane McAdam, Asad Rehman 21 Oct 2016
15 Creative Commons The Syrian Refugee Crisis and International Law Professor Guy Goodwin-Gill, University of Oxford & Blackstone Chambers - May 2016 Guy Goodwin-Gill 21 Oct 2016
16 The Diffusion of International Law into the Global Market Dr Markos Karavias, University of Amsterdam - May 2016 Markos Karavias 21 Oct 2016
17 Creative Commons Justification and Excuse in the Law of State Responsibility: A Distinction of Pure Academic Interest? Dr Federica Padeu, University of Cambridge - April 2016 Federica Paddeu 21 Oct 2016
18 Assistance in Disasters: The Overlap between IHL and Disaster Law Professor Sarah Williams, University of New South Wales - March 2016 Sarah Williams 21 Oct 2016
19 Interpretation of Customary International Law: The Rules of the Game Dr Panos Merkouris, University of Groningen - January 2016 Panos Merkouris 21 Oct 2016
20 Creative Commons Iran's Nuclear Program and International Law, November 2015 Dan Joyner, University of Alabama School of Law - November 2015 Dan Joyner 21 Oct 2016
21 Creative Commons Why have we Criminalised Agressive War? Tom Dannenbaum, University College London, November 2015 Tom Dannenbaum 21 Oct 2016
22 Creative Commons The Law Applied by International Administrative Tribunals: From Autonomy to Hierarchy? Yaraslau Kryvoi, University of West London - 5 February 2015 Yaraslau Kryvoi 21 Oct 2016
23 Creative Commons International Law and Foreign Relations Law: Complements or Substitutes Paul Stephen, University of Virginia - October 2015 Paul Stephen 21 Oct 2016
24 The UN at 70: Contributions of the United Nations and other International Organizations at Geneva - October 2015 Miguel de Serpa Soares, Under-Secretary for Legal Affairs and United Nations Legal Counsel Miguel de Serpa Soares 21 Oct 2016
25 How public international law has been made, found and proven from the 17th to the 21st century 2011 Youard Lecture in Legal History. Stefan Talmon 01 Jun 2011