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UNSC To Vote On Ending Israeli Settlement Activity in Palestinian Territory

UN Security Council to vote on ending Israeli settlement activity Draft text demands Israel « immediately and completely ceases settlement activities in occupied Palestinian territory ».
The United Nations Security Council is due to vote on a draft resolution that would demand Israel « immediately and completely cease all settlement activities in the

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New Year, New Page | Recommended Books for 2017 by JG

 
Happy New Year

Droit international public  , Pierre Marie Dupuy, EDITION DALLOZ
International Criminal Law, Antonio Cassese, OXFORD
Crimes Against Humanity: The Struggle For Global Justice, Geoffrey Robertson
Brownlie’s Principles for Public International Law, James Crawford, OXFORD
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Who is Antonio Guterres? Meet with New Secretary General of United Nations

The nomination of Antonio Guterres as next UN secretary-general came despite efforts by some politicians for the role to go to a woman, or to someone from eastern Europe. António Guterres is a Portuguese politician and diplomat who is elected to serve as the ninth Secretary General of the United

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Oman’s Ministry Announces on Guantanamo Bay

Oman’s Foreign Ministry [official website, in Arabic] announced that it has accepted 10 detainees from Guantanamo Bay upon request from the Obama administration. However, there has been no official statement released by the US Defense Department [official website] on the transfer nor has the Oman Foreign Ministry released the names of the

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[Past] Governance of Migration at Different Levels

Jus Gentium and MiReKoc are the organizing partners of this event and it held at Koc University, Istanbul on March 10th. Our panel has been directed by Zeynep Elibol and Asst. Prof Ayşen Üstübici Önay and Eleni Diker were speakers.

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ECJ Rules For Prohibition to Religious Signs

On 14 March 2017, The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled for the first time that prohibition to wear visible political, philosophical or religious sign by an internal rule of company does not constitute direct discrimination. The facts of case as follows ; A Belgian Muslim woman Samira Achbita was

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