Category Archives: Asia

Review: Aquaculture Law & Policy: Global, Regional & National Perspectives, edited by Nigel Bankes, Irene Dahl & David L Vangerzwaag

My review of “Review: Aquaculture Law and Policy: Global, Regional and National Perspectives” in the latest issue of “Water Law” is now online at SSRN. Sustainable use of our oceans is a key challenge of our time, and aquaculture is a

Review: Aquaculture Law & Policy: Global, Regional & National Perspectives, edited by Nigel Bankes, Irene Dahl & David L Vangerzwaag

My review of “Review: Aquaculture Law and Policy: Global, Regional and National Perspectives” in the latest issue of “Water Law” is now online at SSRN. Sustainable use of our oceans is a key challenge of our time, and aquaculture is a

Audio: Settlement and Management of International Maritime Disputes in Asia

Earlier this month we hosted a discussion of maritime disputes in Asia, including the South China Sea arbitration, by Professor Mariko Kawano of Waseda University in Japan. A write-up of the event is online here. Professor Kawano’s remarks can be

Audio: Settlement and Management of International Maritime Disputes in Asia

Earlier this month we hosted a discussion of maritime disputes in Asia, including the South China Sea arbitration, by Professor Mariko Kawano of Waseda University in Japan. A write-up of the event is online here. Professor Kawano’s remarks can be

Conservation or Claim? The Motivations for Recent Marine Protected Areas

A paper by Professor David D Caron and me concerning marine protected areas has been posted to SSRN as part of the Transnational Law Institute’s Think! series. The paper analyses the 2015 outcome of the Mauritius-UK arbitration concerning the Chagos

Conservation or Claim? The Motivations for Recent Marine Protected Areas

A paper by Professor David D Caron and me concerning marine protected areas has been posted to SSRN as part of the Transnational Law Institute’s Think! series. The paper analyses the 2015 outcome of the Mauritius-UK arbitration concerning the Chagos

Research visit to Korea – some reflections

During July and August I had the privilege of undertaking a research visit in the Republic of Korea. The visit was an opportunity to give presentations on work-in-progress, participate in a number of roundtable discussions and to meet with and

Research visit to Korea – some reflections

During July and August I had the privilege of undertaking a research visit in the Republic of Korea. The visit was an opportunity to give presentations on work-in-progress, participate in a number of roundtable discussions and to meet with and

Article: Business momentum, forest protection breakthrough in pre-Paris climate talks

I recently attended the June session of the UN climate change negotiations in Bonn. My article for Eco-Business on the two weeks of talks is online here.

Article: Business momentum, forest protection breakthrough in pre-Paris climate talks

I recently attended the June session of the UN climate change negotiations in Bonn. My article for Eco-Business on the two weeks of talks is online here.

Interview: Dr Machiko Kanetake on UN Security Council reform & science-based standards

Dr Machiko Kanetake, Assistant Professor in Public International Law at Utrecht University, recently presented a paper to the Transnational Regulatory Governance research group on ‘transnational science-based standards’. In our interview, Machiko discussed the UN Security Council and the ‘rule of law’, as

Interview: Dr Machiko Kanetake on UN Security Council reform & science-based standards

Dr Machiko Kanetake, Assistant Professor in Public International Law at Utrecht University, recently presented a paper to the Transnational Regulatory Governance research group on ‘transnational science-based standards’. In our interview, Machiko discussed the UN Security Council and the ‘rule of law’, as

Event: Transnational science-based standards in the domestic legal order

At the 19 March meeting of the Transnational Law Institute’s Transnational Regulatory Governance research group, TLI Visiting Fellow Dr Machiko Kanetake will discuss her research on transnational science-based standards in the domestic legal order, with a focus on the Japanese experience of

Event: Transnational science-based standards in the domestic legal order

At the 19 March meeting of the Transnational Law Institute’s Transnational Regulatory Governance research group, TLI Visiting Fellow Dr Machiko Kanetake will discuss her research on transnational science-based standards in the domestic legal order, with a focus on the Japanese experience of