PluriCourts studies how International Courts (ICs) select, decide and justify cases. Which conditions affect states’ compliance with ICs’ decisions? Do ICs perpetrate domination by certain states, multinationals or investors over historically underprivileged groups including women, or the Global South? Do ICs– and should they - contribute to global justice? If so, should judges draw on such norms in their interpretations?
- The Judicialization of International Law
The Causes and Effects of International Investment Agreements and Investment Treaty Arbitration
PhD candidate Tarald Laudal Berge investigates the politico-economic causes and effects of the international regime for regulating international investors.
International Courts and Domestic Politics in Advanced Democracies
When, how and why do democracies care about international law and courts?
Book project by PluriCourts coordinator Marlene Wind.
- International Sexual and Reproductive Rights Lawfare
- The Performance of International Courts and Tribunals