International Organizations

UN Special Rapporteur Addresses Conflict and Upcoming Election in Myanmar

Author: 
Emma Schoenberger

In a statement released on September 22, 2020, Thomas Andrews, UN Special Rapporte

The Hagia Sophia, Secularism, and International Cultural Heritage Law

Turkey announced in July 2020 that it would turn the Hagia Sophia back into a mosque.[1] The edifice has a long history, and is treasured, inter alia, for its non-denominational nature, showcasing multiple, overlapping religious layers. In fact, it had been a non-religious museum for 85 years.

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Volume: 
24
Issue: 
25
Author: 
Lucas Lixinski and Vassilis P. Tzevelekos
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The Promise of Multilateralism in Latin America

The Society's 114th Annual Meeting—and first Virtual Annual Meeting—took place June 25–26, 2020. The 2020 Annual Meeting theme, "The Promise of International Law," was an opportunity to reflect on the successes and failures of international law, while reaffirming our commitment to achieving its promise of a more just and peaceful world.

Does International Law Make the World More Equal?

The Society's 114th Annual Meeting—and first Virtual Annual Meeting—took place June 25–26, 2020. The 2020 Annual Meeting theme, "The Promise of International Law," was an opportunity to reflect on the successes and failures of international law, while reaffirming our commitment to achieving its promise of a more just and peaceful world.

EU Court Rules Int’l Org Immunity Does Not Automatically Preclude Application of Brussels Ibis Regulation

Author: 
Justine N. Stefanelli

On September 3, 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its judgment in