Posted on 27 February 2013. Tags: news
Here’s what is happening in international law and policy this Wednesday, February 27, 2013.
Reuters: Europe steadies after Italy clears auction test
Washington Post: Kerry says time is passed for Assad to quit; talks in France about bolstering Syria …
ICRC: ICRC and Human Rights Council: complementary activities, respect for differences
Guardian: ’In South Africa the truth is this: guns are us’
Int’l L. Prof. Blog: US Court Cases Upholding Foreign Affairs Powers
Telegraph: Kim Jong Un fails to mask his boredom at choral performance
New York Times: At Least Three Dead in Shooting at Swiss Factory
Eurasia Review: Kyrgyzstan: Will International Law Protect Uzbek Imam From Extradition?
Space.com: Russian Meteor Fallout: What to Do Next Time?
EJIL: Talk!: Russian Prisons: Still inhuman, Still degrading
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