International Law group

The Law School hosts an active research group that is dedicated to the research of Public International Law.

The International Law Research Group covers fields such as International Economic Law (Trade and Investment Law), Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Sustainable Development Law, Human Rights Law, European Union Law, Refugee Law, International Dispute Resolution and more. The International Law Research Group frequently hosts guest seminars and workshops, as well as operating an active blog.

 

by Yves Melin and Danyal Arnold | International Law @ UEA: Views from the Broads |

The EU has a trade defense regime and a large number of trade remedies (anti-dumping, anti-subsidy, and safeguard measures). UK industries at present are protected by these measures.

Seamus Nevin | International Law @ UEA: Views from the Broads | Brexit: Challenges and Opportunities

Britain will leave the European Union next year – and will need to decide on a new approach to our international relations.

While the central fact of Britain’s decision to leave...

Dr Avidan Kent | International Law @ UEA: Views from the Broads | Blogging International Law - An Introduction

This is a blog on international law, written by a group of international lawyers. This blog is coordinated by a group of scholars from the University of East Anglia and elsewhere, with the aim of...

Prof. Tarcisio Gazzini | International Law @ UEA: Views from the Broads

On 27 August 2019 a young motorcyclist from Northamptonshire found his death in a tragic crash with a car driven by Mrs Sacoolas, the wife of a US diplomatic agent in service in the UK. Mrs...

Zuzanna Godzimirska | International Law @ UEA: Views from the Broads | At the brink of death? The slow and painful dismemberment of the WTO’s Appellate Body

Often referred to as the “jewel in the crown” of the World Trade Organization (WTO), the Dispute Settlement Mechanism might be facing a slow and painful death. Following years of US frustration...

Dr. Diogo Amdreola Serraglio | International Law @ UEA: Views from the Broads | Addressing the Linkages Between climate Change and Human Mobility: An Analysis From Latin American National Climate Policies

Latin America is one of the places most exposed to climate change worldwide due to the higher incidence and intensity of extreme weather events, which have been causing significant human and...

Camilla Schloss | International Law @ UEA: Views from the Broads | A Proposal for Introducing “UN Guiding Principles on Cross-Border Displacement Due to Environmental Disasters”

CLIMATE REFUGEES MINI-SYMPOSIUM | PART SEVEN | “UN Guiding Principles on Cross-Border Displacement Due to Environmental Disasters”

Prof. Tarcisio Gazzini | International Law @ UEA: Views from the Broads | A Legitimate but Risky Path: The New Tanzanian legislation on natural resource

In the last few years, international investment law and investment treaties in particular, have attracted – often for good reasons – sharp criticism and triggered the reaction of...

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