Asia & International Law

Postdoctoral Fellow Position (International Economic Law Focus)

  2-YEAR POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP (INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW FOCUS) (FEBRUARY/MARCH 2022 TO FEBRUARY/MARCH 2024)   The Centre for International Law (CIL) at the National University of Singapore invites applications for a Post-Doctoral Fellowship position with a focus on international economic law, commencing in February/March 2022. We seek applications from those with expertise in international investment law,…

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Research Position in Investment Law and Policy Programme

Research Associate/Assistant (Investment Law and Policy Programme)   Applications are invited for a Research Associate/Research Assistant in the Centre for International Law, National University of Singapore. This is a 1-year contractual position.   Job Description The duties of the incumbent will involve:   Assisting the Head of the Investment Law and Policy programme and Research…

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GMU Maritime Labour Law Academy – 2021

GMU Maritime Labour Law Academy (GMLLA-2021) (22 November- 27 November 2021)     About the Gujarat Maritime University Gujarat Maritime University (GMU) is an endeavour by Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB), the state regulator for the ports and maritime activities in Gujarat. The University has been conceived by visionaries to address the burgeoning need of the…

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Research Position on Climate Change Law and Policy

  Research Position (Climate Change Law and Policy)   Applications are invited for a Research Associate/Assistant in the Centre for International Law (CIL), National University of Singapore.     Responsibilities   The Research Associate/Assistant will join the CIL Climate Change Law and Policy team to:-   research on the legal and policy issues related to…

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Deal reached on Timor Sea marks breakthrough in dispute but unknowns remain (Channel News Asia, 6 September 2017)

Deal reached on Timor Sea marks breakthrough in dispute but unknowns remain  (Channel News Asia, 6 September 2017) The announcement by the Timor Sea Conciliation Commission is the first indication that Australia and Timor-Leste are making real progress towards resolving their maritime boundary dispute. If this process reaches a successful outcome, a permanent maritime boundary…

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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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Asians are in the dark about the region’s water pollution crisis (Eco-Business, 6 September 2017)

Asians are in the dark about the region’s water pollution crisis (Eco-Business, 6 September 2017) Asia is home to a worsening water pollution crisis thanks to an accelerating but weakly regulated industrial boom, but its most vulnerable citizens are kept in the dark about whether the water they use for drinking, farming and fishing is safe,…

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