Posted on 02 January 2013. Tags: news
Welcome to 2013! Here’s what is happening in international law and policy this Wednesday, January 3, 2013.
Reuters: Euro zone factory slump deepens but Asia perks up
UPI: U.N. peacekeepers leave Timor-Leste
MarketWatch: Europe stocks cheer US budget deal
Washington Post: Venezuelans on edge amid shifting signals about Hugo Chavez’s condition
Indian Express: Will no one defend Delhi gangrape accused?
Int’l L. Prof. Blog: Argentina adopts new law to prevent torture
gulfnews: Palestinian internal clashes erupt in Nablus
Global Post: UN Security Council slaps sanctions on Congo rebel groups
Haaratz: Reform Jews at odds with AIPAC over penalizing Palestinians for UN move
Jamaica Observer: IMF ignores Phillips’ political comments
Yahoo! News: Egypt says to resume talks with IMF in January
Opinio Juris: Legality Is Not Morality
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