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International Law Articles
The War in Ukraine and International Law
It is a truism to state that the war launched by Russia against Ukraine in late February breaches many foundational rules of international law ranging from the prohibition on the use of force and the principle of territorial integrity to the right of the Ukrainian...
International Intellectual Property: What Needs to Change?
International Intellectual Property is a branch of Intellectual Property Law and International Law that is governed by the intergovernmental organisation, the World Trade Organisation (WTO). The general objective of the WTO is to lower barriers to international trade...
Artificial Intelligence Promises, Ethics and Human Rights: Time to Open Pandora’s Box
Despite all its promises, Artificial Intelligence (AI) presents risks to human rights online and offline, and growing ethical challenges. To benefit humanity, significant measures are needed, combining positive encouragements and stricter rules. The AI...
Decolonisation and International Law
No discussion of international law’s relation with decolonisation would be fair without a reminder of the international legal order’s shameful complicity in colonialism. Historically, international law made colonisation and various dependent international statuses...
The Explainability of Artificial Intelligence in International Law
Unintelligible – if there is one word that could describe the hesitation surrounding the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in states’ affairs, it is this. This hinges upon a fear of the unknown as AI seems to be inexplicable. It either cannot explain how it arrived...
The Pervasiveness of Earth Jurisprudence: Rights of Nature and International Investment Law
Earth jurisprudence is a branch of philosophy that challenges some of the foundational assumptions in most modern legal systems. In a general sense, it argues that everything on earth is interconnected, and dependent on each other for survival. Particularly, and more...
Trends in Crime as a Result of COVID-19
With offices in 194 countries and a network of Law Enforcement officials that spans the world, INTERPOL’s primary role is to facilitate police cooperation, tracking and gathering data on wanted offenders, criminal organisations, crime types, criminal methodologies and...
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