Asia & International Law

Japan Chapter 15th Annual Conference

Registration form Flyer   The Japan Chapter of the Asian Society of International Law The 15h Annual Conference   Sunday, June 30, 2024 Chuo University, Myogadani Campus, Tokyo   Conference Theme   Invoking Global Standards: How International Law Works in Japan and in Other Asian Countries?   A large segment of international law, whether hard…

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Enroll in the Unique One-Year LL.M. (Infrastructure and Business Law/ Natural Resources) Programme at TERI-SAS, New Delhi! Admission Through CLAT OR Direct Counselling

🎓 Centre for Post-Graduate Legal Studies proudly presents an innovative and interdisciplinary LL.M. Programme with specialisations in Infrastructure and Business Law & Environment and Natural Resources Law.🚀 Why Choose This Programme?Research-Intensive Curriculum: Dive deep into the complexities of law with a curriculum that balances theory and practice, tailored to provide Indian and global perspectives, especially…

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Call for Papers: The Japan Chapter of the Asian Society of International Law The 15th Annual Conference

Call for Papers (in pdf format) The Japan Chapter of the Asian Society of International Law The 15th Annual Conference Sunday, June 30, 2024 Chuo University, Myogadani Campus, Tokyo Invoking Global Standards: How International Law Works in Japan and in Other Asian Countries? A large segment of international law, whether hard or soft, is implemented domestically. Without…

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Call for Papers – 21st ASLI Annual Conference 2024

Dear Colleagues, Greetings from the Asian Law Institute! We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the 21st Asian Law Institute (ASLI) Conference to be hosted (in-person) by Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Law on Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th May 2024. Please visit the conference website which has more information, including the welcome…

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AsianSIL 9th Biennial Conference 2023

The 9th Biennial Conference of the Asian Society of International Law (2023)   Theme: “Reconstructing the Bandung Spirit for Asia to Lead in the New Era of International Law”    7 – 10 August 2023  Depok – Bandung, Indonesia     Organized by:  Universitas Indonesia, Faculty of Law Universitas Achmad Yani Asian Society of International…

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International Law and the SAARC Region in Times of Crisis

  Faculty of Legal Studies International Conference on International Law and the SAARC Region in Times of Crisis New Delhi, 01 March 2023 Call for Papers The conference is announced in the midst of international law issues and challenges thrown up by the developments in the SAARC region and beyond. It aims to provide a…

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Call for Papers – ASEAN Law Academy Conference 2023

ASEAN LAW ACADEMY CONFERENCE 2023 ASEAN and the ‘Indo-Pacific’: A Rules-based Order Amid Turbulent Geopolitics Friday, 3 February 2023 (on Zoom)   The Centre for International Law at the National University of Singapore is pleased to issue a call for papers to participants of the ASEAN Law Academy Advanced Programme 2023 (Educator Programme), for an…

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Myanmar’s Suu Kyi denounces terrorists, silent on Rohingya exodus (Channel News Asia, 6 September 2017)

Myanmar’s Suu Kyi denounces terrorists, silent on Rohingya exodus (Channel News Asia, 6 September 2017) Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi on Sep 6 blamed “terrorists” for “a huge iceberg of misinformation” on the violence in Rakhine state but made no mention of the nearly 125,000 Rohingya Muslims who have fled over the border to Bangladesh…

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Putin sells Russian-Chinese plan to diffuse North Korea crisis (Fox News, 6 September 2017)

Putin sells Russian-Chinese plan to diffuse North Korea crisis (Fox News, 6 September 2017) Speaking after the talks with the visiting South Korean president, Putin in televised remarks urged North Korea’s neighbors to support the Russian-Chinese roadmap. He said it “offers a genuine way to defuse the tensions and a step-by-step settlement.” “We should not…

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China made a mistake by including Pakistan terror outfits in BRICS declaration: experts (The International News, 6 September 2017)

China made a mistake by including Pakistan terror outfits in BRICS declaration: experts (The International News, 6 September 2017) Chinese experts have opined that China has made a mistake by including militants groups based in Pakistan and Afghanistan in BRICS declaration. The experts are of the view that the move could prove costly for its…

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