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Unravelling Venezuela’s Actions and Essequibo Referendum: A Socio-Legal Analysis, Unlawful Threat of Force

In this post, the author delves into the complex territorial dispute between Venezuela and Guyana over the Essequibo region, rich in oil resources.
Despite international rulings and ongoing diplomatic efforts, Venezuela’s recent referendum and subsequent actions demonstrate a clear violation of the prohibition against the threat of force, as outlined in Article 2(4) of the UN Charter. The article underscores the importance of upholding international legal norms to prevent regional destabilization and emphasizes the necessity for peaceful dispute resolution mechanisms.

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TCLF ONE-ON-ONE| Ep. 39| Working at International Arbitration Institutions ft. Ms. Ereblinda Sadiku

In the latest episode of the TCLF One-on-One Series, We were honoured to host Ms. Ereblinda Sadiku who talks about Responsibilities of a Counsel at an International Arbitration Institution, Institutional vs. Ad-Hoc Arbitrations and Teaching Methods in Civil Law jurisdictions

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AI Moral Predictive Policing (Copy)

Intersectionality, Moral Policing and International Law: An AI Perspective (Part II)

In this two-part article, the author reflects upon the political theory of ‘intersectionality’ and the practice of moral policing & their influence on the regime of international law, with a perspective on how AI plays an important role in a multipolar global order.

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AI Moral Predictive Policing (Copy)

Intersectionality, Moral Policing and International Law: An AI Perspective (Part I)

In this two-part article, the author reflects upon the political theory of ‘intersectionality’ and the practice of moral policing & their influence on the regime of international law, with a perspective on how AI plays an important role in a multipolar global order.

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Rohingya Genocide Human Rights

The Next Step in the Rohingya Genocide: Myanmar’s Report to the ICJ

In our latest post, the author examines the developments in the Application filed by Gambia before the ICJ, alleging violatons of the Genocide Convention in Myanmar’s handling of the Rohingya Crisis. While analysing the ICJ’s January 2020 order and the first report submitted by Myanmar in compliance thereof, the author argues that the international community needs to implement more assertive measures to prosecute the alleged crimes.

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International Arbitration Law and Intellectual Property Rights

TCLF ONE-ON-ONE| Ep. 7 Mr. Ankit Sahni and Mr. Salah Mattoo: International Arbitration & IP Law

In the 7th episode of TCLF ONE-ON-ONE Mr. Ankit Sahni(IP Lawyer, New Delhi) and Mr. Salah Mattoo (Senior Associate, Winston and Strawn LLP) talk about the impact of the COVID crisis on the International arbitration practice, the onset of virtual proceedings, potential Intellectual Property concerns and much more.

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