Posted on 14 November 2012. Tags: news
Here’s what is happening in international law and policy this Wednesday, November 14, 2012.
Reuters: US to station space radar in Australia
Sydney Morning Herald: Battered but defiant, Taliban offer hope of talks
Reuters: IMF’s Lagarde wants ‘real fix’ for Greece as slowdown spreads
Washington Post: Panetta demotes general who led Africa Command for lavish travel and spending
AllAfrica: ICRC Begins Cross-Border Family Reunification Exercise
Int’l L. Prof. BLog: The Mladic Files
Reuters: UPDATE 1-Russia’s Putin signs law extending definition of treason
Independent: Debate: sod human rights, radical cleric Abu Qatada should be kicked out of the …
Fox News: UN once again votes to condemn US embargo against Cuba
BusinessDay: Obama: Hope, change, developing world
Opinio Juris: Argentina Threatens to Sue Ghana in the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea
eutopialaw: Thoughts on the Maduro Report: Saving the Euro Through European Democratization?
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