Past News

17 January 2019

La protection des investissements en temps de violence: l’apport...

En temps de conflit armé et de troubles internes, le droit international des investissements, qui apparaît comme le régime «spécial» gouvernant la protection des investissements, se voit disputer sa réglementation...

16 January 2019

Achieving Coherence in International Investment Law: A Continuous...

Debates are underway internationally on reforming the international investment protection regime. Among the concerns that have been identified as meriting reform, is the lack of coherence in how judicial...

13 December 2018

Research Handbook on Global Health Law

The effect of globalisation on health has attracted the attention of scholars and policymakers across multiple disciplines. But it is the first time that a research handbook (Edward Elgar) presents a comprehensive...

13 December 2018

From the Nuremberg Trials to Now, Philippe Sands Examines International...

Philippe Sands, Professor of Law at University College London and practicing barrister at Matrix Chambers, was invited by the Graduate Institute and the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law...

27 November 2018

Collective Non-State Entities in International Law

According to the mainstream international law doctrine, collective non-state entities are essentially excluded from the regulatory reach of binding international law. A recent PhD thesis explores adaptations...