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Call for papers: The Legacy of the League of Nations
We invite proposals of early career researchers for papers to the conference ‘The Legacy of the League of Nations’ to be held at Leicester Law School on 31 January 2019.
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CANCELLED: Conscious Uncoupling and the ties that still bind: Ireland and the UK after Brexit
This event has been cancelled in light of the COVID-19 crisis.
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Reading and Reimagining Equality, 20 November 2020
Reading and Reimagining Inequality is the first seminar of International Law Outside the Box, the 2020/2021 CELI Peace Talks, the Annual Series of Leicester Law School's Centre for European Law and Internationalisation.
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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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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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Brexit and the UK Parliament: scrutiny and influence
Joint event organised by the European law and policy research cluster and the politics department on the role of the UK Parliament on the Brexit process.
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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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Same-sex marriage under International law
Research seminar jointly organised by the international law cluster and CELI on the status of same sex marriages under international law
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Would it be difficult for China to ratify the 1999 Second Protocol to the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property?, 21 March 2019
Prof Xiujuan Hu will present a paper that examines the reasons why China is reluctant to be a party to the 1999 Second Protocol.
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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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