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The Trump Administration and International Law
Who is winning: Donald Trump or International Law? Prof Harold Hongju Koh, currently Sterling Professor of International Law at Yale and Goodhart Visiting Professor at Cambridge, formerly Yale Law Dean and U.S. State Department Legal Adviser gives his assessment.
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Building peace in fractured societies. The League of Nations and the protection of national minorities in the 1920s, 22 May 2019
The lecture addresses the challenges of creating peace in Europe after the First World War.
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Peace Building in Mid-Town Manhattan: The UN’s Architecture and Art collection as a Way of Exploring its Early Understandings of Peace (1945 to 1952)
Our next peace talk will be delivered by Dr Isobel Roele (QMUL) and will analyse what ideas of peace, order and security emerge if we read the UN as the product of aesthetic design.
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Peace talk: Living in Hostile Environments – Illegality Assemblages and Everyday Experiences of ‘Illegality’, 23 October 2019
Prof Nando Sigona (School of Social Policy, University of Birmingham) offers a useful framework for the development of comparative research on how ‘illegality’ is constructed.
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Conference: The League of Nations
The conference will assess the legacy of the League of Nations and the role of its successor, the United Nations, as a driving force for the development of international law.
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A history of exclusionary policy: the case study of post WWII migration from the Caribbean to Britain, 6 November 2019, 4:30-6 pm
Dr Margaret Byron (University of Leicester) will examine the impact of the ‘hostile environment’ policy over the past 10 years.
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The Negotiations at the Paris Peace Conference Relating to Prosecution of Kaiser Wilhelm
Professor Schabas will discuss the developments at the Paris Peace Conference in light of his new book The Trial of the Kaiser (Oxford University Press 2018).
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Covenant, Charter and Grand Bargain: International Law and the Institutionalisation of Peace
Prof Nigel White will reflect, as part of the peace talks annual series, on the creation of international institutions and their contribution to peace.
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Engaging Peace and Power: Feminist Judgments in International Law, 9 October 2019
Dr Loveday Hodson and Dr Troy Lavers will be presenting their book 'Feminist Judgments in International Law'. This book rewrites international law judgments from a feminist perspective.
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Peace talks - 'From Sanctions to Nonviolence: Assessing the Alternatives to War'
In this Peace Talk, Prof. Pattison (University of Manchester) will consider the ethics of the alternatives to war. The central aim will be to sketch out a moral map of the main alternatives to war.
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