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08 February 2018

For a humanist dialogue between Chinese and Western thoughts on world order

The European and Chinese traditions of thought on world order are generally considered to be widely different. Is there a way to organise a much-needed humanist dialogue between them? This question is at the core of a book coedited by Janne Nijman, Visiting Professor in International Law at the Graduate Institute, and Anthony Carty, Professor at the Beijing Institute of Technology School of Law. Interview...
22 January 2018

Annual Lecture: UN Global Compact on Migration

Prof. Vincent Chetail, Director of the GMC, has been invited to participate in the Annual Lecture in Migration Law at Queen Mary University of London. His lecture, entitled "The UN Global Compact on Migration:...

08 January 2018

PHD on Trade and Environment Governance at the WTO

Dr Manuel Teehankee reviews the outputs of the WTO CTE generated throughout its 21 years of existence.

21 December 2017

PhD: Towards a new approach to treaty interpretation

Ms Hosseinnejad addresses interpretive inconsistency in philosophical and linguistic terms.

19 December 2017

PhD research on altruism in international law

Jason Rudall explores the emergence of legal relationships between states and individuals in other countries.