Posted on 13 February 2013. Tags: news
Here’s what is happening in international law and policy this Wednesday, February 13, 2013.
BBC: China’s delicate balancing act with North Korea
Voice of America: UN Investigators Back in Iran for Nuclear Talks
ICRC: Philippines: ICRC calls for 30 million Swiss francs to support typhoon victims
Houston Chronicle: Afghan president welcomes withdrawal
War & Law: Syria and the illusion of universal international criminal justice
Australian: Ghana’s Cardinal Peter Turkson eyes papacy
Truthdig: US and Israel Push the Boundaries of International Law
Financial Times: Sri Lanka: no need for IMF, after all?
US News & World Report: International Development and Obama’s State of the Union Address
Int’l L. Observer: Updates for the International Court of Justice
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