Past News

29 March 2018

The Role of International Tribunals in the Development of Historical...

On 22 March Moshe Hirsch, Professor of International Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, participated in the Graduate Institute’s International Law Literature Forum, where he presented a paper on...

29 March 2018

How do we strengthen the fight against impunity?

How can international criminal tribunals and national governments work together effectively to fight impunity for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide? A recent PhD thesis argues that, contrary...

22 March 2018

Andrew Clapham: international community must act on South Sudan

Professor Andrew Clapham has highlighted the need to prosecute perpetrators of war crimes and crimes against humanity in South Sudan, following the publication of the report by the UN Commission on Human...

26 February 2018

Green Industrial Policy and Trade: A Tool-Box

On 22 February 2018 the Institute hosted the launch by UN Environment and its partners from the Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) of three major publications that will guide PAGE’s action...

01 February 2018

For a humanist dialogue between Chinese and Western thoughts...

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...