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Grotius Centre

Working Paper Series

The Grotius Centre Working Paper Series is an occasional series through which researchers in the Grotius Centre can publish the unedited versions of manuscripts that have been accepted for publication by journals and books.

Year

  • Grotius Centre Working Paper 2018/082-PIL: Larissa van den Herik and Emma Irving, Due Diligence and the Obligation to Prevent Genocide and Crimes against Humanity
  • Grotius Centre Working Paper 2018/081-PIL: Eric de Brabandere, Measures of Constraint and the Immunity of International Organisations
  • Grotius Centre Working Paper 2018/080-IEL: Eric de Brabandere, Amicus Curiae (investment arbitration)
  • Grotius Centre Working Paper 2018/079-IEL: Eric de Brabandere, (Re)caliberation, Standard-Setting and the Shaping of Investment Law and Arbitration
  • Grotius Centre Working Paper 2018/078-IEL: Eric de Brabandere, Human Rights Counterclaims in Investment Treaty Arbitration
  • Grotius Centre Working Paper 2018/077-ICL: Jens Iverson, Disarming the Trap: Evaluating Prosecutorial Discretion in Preliminary Examinations beyond the False Dichotomy of Politics and Law
  • Grotius Centre Working Paper 2018/076-HRL: Helen Duffy and Kate Pitcher, Inciting Terrorism? Crimes of Expression and the Limits of the Law
  • Grotius Centre Working Paper 2018/075-HRL: Eric de Brabendere, Human Rights and International Investment Law
  • Grotius Centre Working Paper 2018/074-ICL: Carsten Stahn, Liberals vs. Romantics: Challenges of an Emerging Corporate International Criminal Law
  • Grotius Centre Working Paper 2018/073-ICL: Daniëlla Dam-de Jong, Ignorantia Facti Excusat? The Viability of Due Diligence as a Model to Establish International Criminal Accountability for Corporate Actors Purchasing Natural Resources from Conflict Zones
  • Grotius Centre Working Paper 2018/072-PSL: Jens Iverson, War Aims Matter: Keeping Jus Contra Bellum Restrictive While Requiring the Articulation of the Goals of the Use of Force
  • Grotius Centre Working Paper 2018/071-PIL: Ramses A Wessel, Studying International and European Law: Confronting Perspectives and Combining Interests

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