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The Cyber Dialogue at the Crossroads: Why States Disagree on the Need for a New Cyber Treaty?
As evidenced by the preliminary results of work of the UN Open-ended Working Group on developments in the field of information and telecommunications in the context of international security,Expand
The Evolving Role of the Human Rights Factor within the State of Necessity Test in Investment Arbitration
The discussion on increasing the legitimacy of international investment law largely overlooks the potential of the state of necessity, as a circumstance precluding wrongfulness of States’ conductExpand
Is All Fair in Distancing Human Rights from Customary International Law Rule on State of Necessity
The international human rights law theory and practice traditionally follow the path of distancing human rights from the state of necessity under general international law. The existence ofExpand
The “International Community’S Interests” Element of the State of Necessity Test: Does It Make the Jus Cogens Limitation on Necessity Superfluous?
According to Article 25 par. 1 (b) and Article 26 of the 2001 International Law Commission Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts, the concept of general internationalExpand