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HILJ Symposium: Consent to the Use of Force, Jus Cogens, and Manifest Violations of Domestic Law

by Duncan Hollis

by Duncan Hollis This post is part of the Harvard International Law Journal Volume 54(1) symposium. Other posts from this series can be found in the related posts below. In my previous response to Ashley Deeks’ article, “Consent to the Use of Force and the Supremacy of International Law,” I examined some of the practical, [...]

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HILJ Symposium: A Response to “Consent to the Use of Force and International Law Supremacy”

by Duncan Hollis

by Duncan Hollis [Duncan Hollis is Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and James E. Beasley Professor of Law at Temple University School of Law] This post is part of the Harvard International Law Journal Volume 54(1) symposium. Other posts from this series can be found in the related posts below. INTERNATIONAL LAW VERSUS DOMESTIC LAW: [...]

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Welcome Back IntLawGrrls!

by Duncan Hollis

by Duncan Hollis Back in December, Peggy noted with sadness the shuttering of IntLawGrrls and the wonderful insights and coverage it had brought to the field of international law during its five-plus year run. Happily, it seems reports of IntLawGrrls’ death were a bit exaggerated.  Beginning this Sunday, IntLawGrrls will return to full activity, albeit with a new [...]

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An EJIL Symposium on Treaty Reservations

by Duncan Hollis

by Duncan Hollis Last fall, I was very pleased that, in conjunction with the publication of my book – The Oxford Guide to Treaties, Opinio Juris was able to host an interesting (and I hope useful) discussion of the current state of international law on treaty reservations, including some prominent reactions to the ILC’s recent Guide to Reservations [...]

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