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During the past week I have had the honour of having been invited to and of participating at the CEELI Institute’s “Legal Skills in a Time of War” programme in Prague. The two-weeks programme has collected a very strong international faculty and its goal was to give knowledge and information to a group of pre-selected Ukrainian students … “CEELI Institute’s “Legal Skills in a Time of War” programme” olvasásának folytatása
Video recording of our online event about some burning questions of international law related to the Russia-Ukraine war
The open Russian aggression against Ukraine during February of 2022 has not only opened the usual questions of armed conflict situations, but also has applied tense pressure on new institutions of international law and European legal-political cooperation. Not often can we see the worst of international relations (actual use of force and armed violence) testing … “Video recording of our online event about some burning questions of international law related to the Russia-Ukraine war” olvasásának folytatása
Today the order of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on provisional orders requested by Ukraine in its contentious case against Russia was published. The decisions of the order do not contain anything surprising. The Court has not taken a position on the merits of the application of Ukraine, it has found that prima facie … “The ICJ’s order on provisional measures requested by Ukraine” olvasásának folytatása
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has held the first public hearings yesterday on the request for the indication of provisional measures presented by Ukraine in its case initiated against Russia recently. As indicated earlier, the case is based on the Genocide Convention, its Article IX providing jurisdiction for the Court. Video recording of the … “The first hearing in Ukraine’s case against Russia before the ICJ” olvasásának folytatása
Questions about violations and possible war crimes comitted during the conflict become more and more vocal, and we hear more and more about the option of the “other The Hague” court – the International Criminal Court (ICC), created in 1998, in operation since 2002 (not to be confused with the International Court of Justice (ICJ), which … “The “other The Hague” – the ICC and the Ukraine-Russia conflict” olvasásának folytatása
The Strasbourg-based European Court of Human Rights has decided today to employ interim measures against Russia, by the request of Ukraine. The court, being the primary human rights-related judicial organ of the Council of Europe and as such not only a leading European human rights institution, but also one on the global level, has jurisdiction … “The ECHR and the Ukraine-Russia conflict” olvasásának folytatása
The president of Ukraine has tweeted today, that Ukraine turns to the Hague-based International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Russia, arguing it “manipulating the notion of genocide to justify aggression”. Some time later, the court has published the relevant press release, which has helped to clarify the exact claims and arguments. Originally, based on the … “The Ukraine-Russia conflict before the ICJ” olvasásának folytatása
In recent days, events around the EU’s new rule of law instrument seem to have accelerated, following the publication of the Advocate General’s Opinion of the European Court in the annulment proceedings brought by the Polish and Hungarian governments. This did not, in essence, brought any surprise, the AG has found all the arguments of … “The EU’s new “rule of law” regulation after the AG’s opinion and some of its Hungarian aspects” olvasásának folytatása
The UNYP Chronicle has published a short note from me on the subject indicated in the title. You can read it here. What do You think about it?
I was contacted by a journalist from Brazil with a few questions related to the Orbán regime, Hungarian politics, rule of law etc. The interview is available online now in Portuguese, below You may find the full-text version of my answers to the questions asked by the author in English: 1. At this stage, Fidesz … “Interview about the Hungarian political situation” olvasásának folytatása
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