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Introducing our new student editors: Marte Ingvildsdatter Jervan and Karen Hoffmann

IntLawGrrls is delighted to welcome two new student editors, Marte Ingvildsdatter Jervan and Karen Hoffmann, who have already been hard at work on the blog.  We are sorry to say goodbye to student editor Beverly Mbu, though excited for her imminent move to Ethiopia, and wish student editor Sasha Filippova the best of luck with […]

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Introducing Azin Tadjdini

It’s our great pleasure today to welcome Azin Tadjdini as an IntLawGrrls contributor.  Azin is a PhD research fellow at the Department of Public and International Law, University of Oslo.  She holds a Masters degree in law from the same university and an LLM in International Legal Studies from Georgetown University.  Azin will spend the […]

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Snowden’s asylum case: Be careful what you ask for

According to recent news reports, Edward Snowden, the whistleblower who leaked documents revealing the scope of the National Security Agency’s surveillance program, has applied for political asylum in at least twenty-one countries.  Though his applications have not been made public, Snowden has received at least three offers of asylum: from Bolivia, Nicaragua, and Venezuela.  The [...]

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Snowden’s asylum case: Be careful what you ask for

According to recent news reports, Edward Snowden, the whistleblower who leaked documents revealing the scope of the National Security Agency’s surveillance program, has applied for political asylum in at least twenty-one countries.  Though his applications have not been made public, Snowden has received at least three offers of asylum: from Bolivia, Nicaragua, and Venezuela.  The […]

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Introducing Gina Heathcote

It’s our great pleasure today to welcome Gina Heathcote as an IntLawGrrls contributor.  Gina is a feminist scholar working in the Centre for Gender Studies and the School of Law at SOAS, University of London. Gina writes and teaches on Public International Law, International Law on the Use of Force and Gender Studies. Gina completed […]

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