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Penelope Nevill has authored the chapter 'Sanctions and Commercial Law' in the book Economic Sanctions and International Law, edited by Matthew Happold and Paul Eden and published by Hart Publishing in October 2016.  The chapter explores the legal effect of sanctions in English... Read full »

The first decision in arbitration proceedings brought against Spain's renewable regime changes sheds some light on the energy charter treaty's application in the European Union. BY MÓNICA FERIA-TINTA AND GORDON NARDELL QC     Read full »

[Conference Paper, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, “Trade and Investment Post Brexit”, 12 September 2016]  Sir Daniel Bethlehem KCMG QC      Read full »

Monica Feria-Tinta looks into the wider questions that the recent South China Sea award raises and its possible impact. Looking back at the rare examples in international law in which States chose not to appear to participate in the proceedings Feria-Tinta addresses questions such as "What... Read full »

·      Part One – http://www.ejiltalk.org/the-supremacy-of-international-law-part-one/#more-14354  ·      Part Two – http://www.ejiltalk.org/the-supremacy-of-international-law-part-two/    Read full »

Not By Any Other Name: A Response to Jack Goldsmith on Obama's Imminence – https://www.lawfareblog.com/not-any-other-name-response-jack-goldsmith-obamas-imminence  “Material Support” and Targeting – https://www.justsecurity.org/31528/material-... Read full »

"When is an act of war lawful?", in The Right to Life under Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights: Twenty Years of legal Developments since McCann v. the United Kingdom (WLP, 2016), pp.231–240  Read full »

Extra-Territorial Claims in the “Spider’s Web” of the Law? UK Supreme Court Judgment in Ministry of Defence v Iraqi Civilians Read full »