In this issue
Welcome to the second International Law Bulletin
Human Rights Law’s Myths
Closing the gap between human rights and investment protection: What role for human rights impact assessments?
Terrorism and French Criminal Justice
Ukraine passes sweeping ban on Russian media and social networks in expansion of economic sanctions
Bobby Moore v Texas: The protection of intellectually disabled death row inmates in Texas
Rocking the boat in small island communities – lessons from the “Jersey Way”.
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Professor Geraldine Van Bueren QC
Professor Geraldine Van Bueren QC
Human Rights Law’s Myths
Private International Law

Professor Geraldine Van Bueren QC assesses the damaging impact of three major myths that underline the practice of human rights law. 

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Nicola Peart
Nicola Peart
Closing the gap between human rights and investment protection: What role for human rights impact assessments?

Nicola Peart considers the potential significance of human rights impact assessments (HRIAs) in investor-State arbitration

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Patrick O'Connor
Patrick O'Connor
Terrorism and French Criminal Justice
International Criminal Law

Patrick O’Connor QC asks ‘What will we learn from the French criminal Justice system?’ As we await the outcomes of the trails, following the recent terrorism offences. 

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Annabel Timan
Annabel Timan
Ukraine passes sweeping ban on Russian media and social networks in expansion of economic sanctions
Public International Law

Annabel Timan provides comment on Ukraine’s recent ban on Russian media and social networks and how this negatively impacts the nation’s human rights. 

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In Other News...
Bobby Moore v Texas: The protection of intellectually disabled death row inmates in Texas
International Human Rights Law
 

We report on the significant victory made in regards to ‘intellectual disability’ following the Moore v Texas case. 

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Rocking the boat in small island communities – lessons from the “Jersey Way”.
 

Susie Alegre investigates the challenges of protecting human rights in small island communities.

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