Volume 2020
Number Date Author Title
577E 24.12.2020 Rouven Diekjobst
Nadine Grünhagen
Of Crabbed Age and Bold Youth - On the 'Youth 4 Climate Justice' Application before the European Court of Human Rights

576E 15.12.2020 Lorenz Rubner


Diplomats vs Robots: Where does Germany Stand on Autonomous Weapons?
575E-2 08.12.2020 Kai Buddelmann
Jan-Phillip Graf

A pushback against international law? Legal analysis of allegations against the Frontex Mission in the Mediterranean (Part 2)
575E-1 08.12.2020 Kai Buddelmann
Jan-Phillip Graf

A pushback against international law? Legal analysis of allegations against the Frontex Mission in the Mediterranean (Part 1)
574E 01.12.2020 Spyridoula Katsoni Do compulsory vaccinations against COVID-19 violate human rights? An assessment of the measure’s compatibility with the European Convention on Human Rights

573E-2 30.11.2020 Lisa M. Cohen The New Era of Disinformation Wars: Does International Humanitarian Law Sufficiently Regulate the Use of Deepfakes? (Part II)

573E-1 30.11.2020 Lisa M. Cohen The New Era of Disinformation Wars: Does International Humanitarian Law Sufficiently Regulate the Use of Deepfakes? (Part I)

572E 11.11.2020 Vanessa Bliecke
Nadine Grünhagen
EXTENSIVE VIOLENCE INSTEAD OF INTENSIVE PROTECTION 
On Police Brutality against Mentally Challenged Individuals

571E-2 02.11.2020 Ella Schönleben COLLECTIVE SELF-DEFENCE OR JUST ANOTHER INTERVENTION? (Part 2)
Some Thoughts on Turkey Allegedly Sending Syrian Mercenaries to Nagorno-Karabakh

571E-1 02.11.2020 Ella Schönleben COLLECTIVE SELF-DEFENCE OR JUST ANOTHER INTERVENTION? (Part 1)
Some Thoughts on Turkey Allegedly Sending Syrian Mercenaries to Nagorno-Karabakh

570E 14.10.2020 Jan-Phillip Graf The U.S. v. the rest of the world: How the recent attempts to reinstall sanction against Iran undermine the Security Council (Part II)

569E 14.10.2020 Jan-Phillip Graf The U.S. v. the rest of the world: How the recent attempts to reinstall sanction against Iran undermine the Security Council (Part I)

568E 06.10.2020 Robin Ramsahye A state obligation to allot land to minorities? How domestic developments shine a new light on Article 27 ICCPR

567D 30.09.2020 Hans-Joachim Heintze Ein Versagen der Staatengemeinschaft - Zu den Kampfhandlungen zwischen Armenien und Aserbaidschan um Bergkarabach

566E 29.09.2020 Fiza Lee Winter Return of the Rohingyas -
Why underdevelopment effectively hinders the refugees’ return to Myanmar

565E 22.09.2020 Laura Hofmann Climate Change and Human Rights -
A NEXT BIG STEP FOR THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE?

564D 17.09.2020  Özgen Özdemir Anklägerin auf der Sanktionsliste - Zur Reaktion der USA auf die Ermittlungen des IStGH in Afghanistan

563E 10.09.2020 Spyridoula Katsoni Where there's Smoke, there's Fire:
THE UNLAWFUL DETENTION OF ASYLUM SEEKERS TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19

562E 15.08.2020 Tobias Ackermann COVID-19 at the International Criminal Court: Brazil's Health Policy as a Crime Against Humanity (Part II)

561E 15.08.2020 Tobias Ackermann COVID-19 at the International Criminal Court: Brazil's Health Policy as a Crime Against Humanity (Part I)

560E 14.08.2020 Pierre Thielboerger Flashbangs against Empowerment: What a Government's Violence Tells Us about Civil and Political Rights (Part II)

559E 14.08.2020 Pierre Thielboerger Flashbangs against Empowerment: What a Government's Violence Tells Us about Civil and Political Rights (Part I)

558E 23.06.2020 Mais Masadeh Germany's Commitment to International Justice:
ON THE GROUNDBREAKING FRIST TRIAL ADDRESSING GENOCIDE AGAINST THE YAZIDIS (Part II)

557E 23.06.2020 Mais Masadeh Germany's Commitment to International Justice:
ON THE GROUNDBREAKING FRIST TRIAL ADDRESSING GENOCIDE AGAINST THE YAZIDIS (Part I)

556E 12.06.2020 Will Jamison Wright "No Quarter for Insurrectionists" TROUBLING USE OF RHETORIC IN RESPONSE TO THE BLACK LIVES MATTER PROTESTS (Part II)

555E 12.06.2020 Will Jamison Wright "No Quarter for Insurrectionists" TROUBLING USE OF RHETORIC IN RESPONSE TO THE BLACK LIVES MATTER PROTESTS (Part I)

554D 11.06.2020 Lorenz Rubner Ohrenbetäubendes Schweigen
ZUR BLOCKADE DES SICHERHEITSRATES IM KAMPF GEGEN COVID-19

553D 11.06.2020 Stephan Kolossa Bewaffnete Drohnen für die Bundeswehr?
ZUR VÖLKERRECHTSMÄSSIGKEIT BEWAFFNETER DROHNENEINSÄTZE

552E 25.05.2020 Timeela Manandhar
Rouven Diekjobst

Follow the Money and See Where It Goes
UNMASKING THE EU’S LIBYA PROGRAMME – PART II
551E 25.05.2020 Timeela Manandhar
Rouven Diekjobst

Follow the Money and See Where It Goes 
UNMASKING THE EU’S LIBYA PROGRAMME – PART I
550E 24.04.2020 Vanessa Bliecke Leaving No One Behind?
SPECIAL NEEDS IN TIMES OF COVID-19

549E
23.04.2020 Maximilian Bertamini Mine, Mine, Mine!
ON THE NEW US SPACE RESOURCE POLICY AND ATTITUDE TOWARDS OUTER SPACE

548D 23.04.2020 Marius Fritz Grenzfall Corona
DILEMMATA AN EUROPAS BINNENGRENZEN

547D 13.04.2020 Alina Wolski Wo kein Richter, da kein Wähler?
DIE BEDEUTUNG DES RÜCKBAUS DER RECHTSSTAATLICHKEIT FÜR DIE POLNISCHE WAHLRECHTSREFORM

546D 24.02.2020 Özgen Özdemir DEUTSCHLAND ALS AMICUS CURIAE
Zur Debatte um die Staatlichkeit Palästinas als Voraussetzung der Jurisdiktion des Int.Strafgerichtshofs

545 E 18.02.2020 Svea Brück, Judith Prasse Undermining past efforts?
On the legality of using anti-personnel mines

544 E 31.01.2020 Patrick Gardiner  From Persecution to Poverty -
Trump’s Guatemala ‘agreement’ and the expansion of the ‘safe third country’ principle

543 E 30.01.2020  Benedikt Behlert A significant opening - On the HRC’s groundbreaking first ruling in the case of a “climate refugee (Part 2)

542 E 30.01.2020 Benedikt Behlert A significant opening - On the HRC’s groundbreaking first ruling in the case of a “climate refugee (Part 1)