Category Archives: Transnational law

Review: Julien Chaisse (ed), China’s International Investment Strategy: Bilateral, Regional, and Global Law and Policy

The Chinese Journal of International Law has published my review of the recent book “China’s International Investment Strategy” edited by Julien Chaisse. The review is online here.

Review: Julien Chaisse (ed), China’s International Investment Strategy: Bilateral, Regional, and Global Law and Policy

The Chinese Journal of International Law has published my review of the recent book “China’s International Investment Strategy” edited by Julien Chaisse. The review is online here.

Article: Why the ICJ’s Chagos Archipelago advisory opinion matters for global justice—and for ‘Global Britain’

The International Court of Justice’s February advisory opinion on the Legal Consequences of the Separation of the Chagos Archipelago from Mauritius in 1965 is a significant development in the long-running controversy caused by the UK’s detachment of the Chagos Archipelago

Article: Why the ICJ’s Chagos Archipelago advisory opinion matters for global justice—and for ‘Global Britain’

The International Court of Justice’s February advisory opinion on the Legal Consequences of the Separation of the Chagos Archipelago from Mauritius in 1965 is a significant development in the long-running controversy caused by the UK’s detachment of the Chagos Archipelago

UPDATED: Brussels “EU Climate Diplomacy” book launch

Last week’s Brussels panel discussion on EU climate diplomacy illustrated progress and opportunities on multiple fronts. Many thanks to the speakers – Arne Lietz MEP, Charlotte Billingham, Prof Robert Ladrech and Vassilis Ntousas, FEPS for hosting and everyone who came

UPDATED: Brussels “EU Climate Diplomacy” book launch

Last week’s Brussels panel discussion on EU climate diplomacy illustrated progress and opportunities on multiple fronts. Many thanks to the speakers – Arne Lietz MEP, Charlotte Billingham, Prof Robert Ladrech and Vassilis Ntousas, FEPS for hosting and everyone who came

Book: Stress Testing the Law of the Sea

Our new book “Stress Testing the Law of the Sea: Dispute Resolution, Disasters & Emerging Challenges” has been published by Brill, co-edited by Jordan Diamond and me. Some information on the book’s background is on LinkedIn, while there is a

Book: Stress Testing the Law of the Sea

Our new book “Stress Testing the Law of the Sea: Dispute Resolution, Disasters & Emerging Challenges” has been published by Brill, co-edited by Jordan Diamond and me. Some information on the book’s background is on LinkedIn, while there is a

Publication: Resilience through interlinkage – the Green Climate Fund and climate finance governance

Megan Bowman and I have written an article on the challenges currently facing the Green Climate Fund and opportunities for strengthening its resilience, published in the journal Climate Policy.

Publication: Resilience through interlinkage – the Green Climate Fund and climate finance governance

Megan Bowman and I have written an article on the challenges currently facing the Green Climate Fund and opportunities for strengthening its resilience, published in the journal Climate Policy.

Publication: AJIL Unbound Symposium on Governing High Seas Biodiversity

This week, AJIL Unbound has published a Symposium on Governing High Seas Biodiversity, edited by Professor Cymie R. Payne. The symposium comes as states prepare to negotiate an international legally-binding instrument on the protection of biodiversity in areas of the seas

Publication: AJIL Unbound Symposium on Governing High Seas Biodiversity

This week, AJIL Unbound has published a Symposium on Governing High Seas Biodiversity, edited by Professor Cymie R. Payne. The symposium comes as states prepare to negotiate an international legally-binding instrument on the protection of biodiversity in areas of the seas

IUCN: Keeping it Legal at the UNFCCC COP 23

During the climate conference in Bonn, I was delighted to participate in IUCN’s Law Day, which hosted sessions on the legal response to climate change and, in particular, how the IUCN’s Environmental Law Centre and World Commission on Environmental Law

IUCN: Keeping it Legal at the UNFCCC COP 23

During the climate conference in Bonn, I was delighted to participate in IUCN’s Law Day, which hosted sessions on the legal response to climate change and, in particular, how the IUCN’s Environmental Law Centre and World Commission on Environmental Law