Posted on 20 November 2012. Tags: news
Here’s what is happening in international law and policy this Tuesday, November 20, 2012.
CNN: Social media snags 4 US residents allegedly supporting Taliban
Washington Post: World court rules disputed islands in western Caribbean belong to Colombia
ABC: Amnesty International Workers Start Strike
BBC: Syria Islamist fighters in Aleppo reject new opposition
Bloomberg: Poland Arrests Man Planning Bomb Attack on Government
EJIL: Talk!: The Saga Continues: Argentina’s Request for Provisional Measures v Ghana before the ITLOS
Businessweek: EU Leaders Face Greek Aid Gap in Brinkmanship With IMF
CNN: Heavy clashes in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo as rebels enter Goma
ABC: How Asia Sees Obama’s Pivot to the Pacific
EurasiaNet: Uzbekistan Trots Out Imposter Political Prisoner – Report
HuffPo: The Price We Must Pay For International Criminal Justice
IntLawGrrls: Balkan Injustice?
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