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12 décembre 2017

Is there space for more international (health) law?

“Global Health Law” has become fashionable. But what does it mean? In order to define it, should one go beyond classic public international law, since the extent to which health regulations are actually law is much discussed? A book jointly edited by Gian Luca Burci, Adjunct Professor of International Law, and Professor Brigit Toebes, of the University of Groningen, The Netherlands (forthcoming in...
17 novembre 2017

PhD: How to address cross-border cartels in Latin America

Pierre Horna proposes solutions to younger and smaller competition authorities in emerging markets. 

14 novembre 2017

Professor Schultz and the relationship between law and the state

A Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) Research Professor of International Law at the Graduate Institute, Thomas Schultz presents here his current research activities related to transnational stateless...

17 octobre 2017

Anne Saab works on law, fear, hunger and climate change

“Bits” of the intellectual journey of a professor who likes to venture off into eclectic fields.

16 octobre 2017

Nico Krisch and the “Interface Law” project: between unity and...

How are the growing interactions between spheres of authority reflected in the theory and practice of law?