The publications of our faculty, researchers and graduates testify to the wealth of the research conducted at the Graduate Institute. We present here the books, book chapters, journal articles, theses, and working papers and reports issued during the past twelve months, considering that the complete production is available in the institutional repository. On this page you will find the recent theses.
Armed Groups under International Humanitarian Law, Human Rights Law, and International Criminal Law: What Degree of Organisation Is Required?
The Banality of Aid: On Conflict, Humanitarianism and Migration among the Murle of South Sudan
Bilateral Energy Governance
Tibisay Morgandi. Thesis director: Jorge E. Viñuales. April 2017.
Bringing the Firm Back In: Investors’ Choice for International Investment Arbitration
Doing Justice to History: The Construction of Historical Narratives within International Criminal Courts
Doves, Hawks, Eagles and Condors: Jimmy Carter, Human Rights and the Military Dictatorships of the Southern Cone: Argentina – Brazil (1977–1980)
Embodied Battlefields: Uncovering Sexual Violence against Men in War Theaters
The European Union Returns Directive and Its Compatibility with International Human Rights Law
Export Restrictions: Time for New Disciplines
“Filling the ‘Blank Spots’ of the Dark Pages of Our History”: Dissident Historians’ Underground Accounts of the Soviet Past (1956–1985)
Global Rules for Emerging Issue Domains: Negotiating the Governance of the Internet
Gold, Finance and Speculation: The Making of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, 1887–1899
Humanitarian Considerations and Immigration Control in Europe: Is Residence Permit on Humanitarian Grounds an Act of Sympathy or a Legal Entitlement?
Human Rights and the International Criminal Court
Lucy Richardson. Thesis director: Andrew Clapham. February 2017.
Implementation of the Cartagena Definition in Latin America: Analysis of the Wider Definition of Refugee
The Importance of Being Macedonian: Origins and Consequences of the “Name Issue” between Greece and Macedonia
Innovation and Diffusion of New Technologies: In and Out of the Green Sector
Giulia Valacchi, International Economics. Jury: Richard Baldwin, president and internal reader; Timothy Swanson, thesis director; Antoine Dechezleprêtre, Associate Professorial Research Fellow, London School of Economics and Political Science. October 2017.
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The Interaction of the Jurisdictional Immunities of the State and the Sovereign Wealth Funds: The Case of the US FSIA vis-à-vis the 2004 UN Convention
International Currency Use and Macroeconomic Effects of Trade Integration
International Standardization and the TBT Agreement: Demystifying International Standardizing Bodies and Their Processes
Land Concessions, Livelihoods and Aspirations in Laos
“Les Mbengis”: Migration, Gender, and Family: The Moral Economy of Transnational Cameroonian Migrants’ Remittances
Minority Protection and the Foundations of Human Rights
Money Markets and Monetary Policy
Ann Job. Thesis director: Cédric Tille. December 2016.
Nuclear Dynamics and US-South Korean Relations, 1945–1975
Perplexed Employees and Powerless Managers : Neoliberal Effects in the Phosphate Kingdom of Jordan
The Politics of Armed Disorder: Armed Organisations, Conflict and Statebuilding in Mexico and Latin America, c. 1820–1900
Politics of Life in a Colonial Space: An Extended Case Study of East Jerusalem
The Productive Dimension of Global Governance and the United Nations System: A Comparative Study
Juliano Diniz de Oliveira, International Relations/Political Science. Jury: Elisabeth Prügl, president and internal reader; Thomas Biersteker, thesis director; Sebastian von Einsiedel, director of the Center for Policy Research, United Nations University, Tokyo. October 2017.
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Protection of Legitimate Expectations in Investment Treaty Arbitration: A Theory of Detrimental Reliance
Teerawat Wongkaew. Thesis director: Zachary Douglas. January 2017.
Reciprocity in Public International Law
Arianna Whelan. Thesis director: Marcelo G. Kohen. March 2017.
Reflections on the Process of Constructing Civil Space in Colonial Time: The Case of Palestine-Israel
Hazem Alnamla. Thesis director: Riccardo Bocco. January 2017.