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Welcome to this webinar focusing on the rules applicable to the delimitation of the continental shelves and suggesting scenarios for the overlapping entitlements beyond 200 M of Canada, Denmark, and Russia.
Speaker: Ekaterina Antsygina postdoctoral fellow at the University of Hamburg.
Welcome to Massimo Lando's seminar on creativity in international dispute settlement, focusing on the Guyana v. Venezuela dispute and its treatment in the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The seminar is part of a new seminar series on "Delimitation agreements, Sovereignty, and Jurisdiction Claims: Current Trends, Recent Cases and Future Perspectives".
In this lecture we'll discuss what legal and practical questions the development of space law, through 'soft law' and national space law, does raise. If you want to attend the seminar in person, please register here: nettskjema.no/a/222104
What can we learn from the recent maritime delimitation agreements for the way States deal with maritime claims? How does this affect non-State actors' rights? Are we witnessing a shift in the manner we interpret the law of the sea, notably under new pressures for accsess to natural resources? Those are some of the questions we will discuss during this seminar.
With Associate Professor Yurika ISHII, National Defence Academy of Japan.
This webinar will address international law and governance challenges related to the security of global common spaces.
The focus will be on militarization of outer space and cooperation and rivalry in the Arctic.
There will be time for questions and discussion after the presentations.
This webinar is focused on the article (see link below) which addresses possible solutions that secure good governance and low political tension for the international seabed of the Arctic Ocean
The book launch is an open event, please register to receive the zoom link
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Research Group International Law and Governance in cooperation with Research Group Human Rights, Armed Conflicts, and the Law of Peace and Security
Speaker: Camilla Guldahl Cooper, Associate Professor, PhD, Norwegian Defense University College
Associate Professor Stian Øby Johansen will present a case and focus on the international law aspects, as well as methodological lessons and challenges which arise when Norwegian law meets the international law
Introduction by Kjersti Lohne
These waters have become contentious because of seabed petroleum exploration and fisheries undertaken pursuant to treaties between Morocco and the EU, Japan, and Russia. These activities have been protested by the territory’s government-in-exile, the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic.
Is law fit for the purpose of protecting oceans against increasing pressures and demands?
This two-day conference aims at analyzing new trends in the law of the sea, international environmental law, and related fields of law, and discussions related to the effectiveness of certain tools and mechanisms.
Russian Revolutions of 1917: Scandinavian Perspectives Alla Pozdnakova (ed.)
Introduksjon ved professor Erik Røsæg
We welcome all to this lunch seminar regarding the legal processes between the Western Sahara liberation movement POLISARIO and the EU.
Speaker is Manuel Devers, the legal counsel of the POLISARIO Front before the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU).
Book launch - Astrid Kjeldgaard-Pedersen, Associate Professor, University of Copenhagen
The research group for International Law and Governance invites you to this afternoon meeting with Professor Christina Voigt
We regret to inform you that this lunch seminar has been cancelled
This seminar will mark the centenary and promote reflection on the impact of the First World War on the structure, content and character of international law. Speakers include Doctoral Research Fellow Jørgen Sørgard Skjold, Associate Professor Astrid Kjeldgaard-Pedersen, Professor Gentian Zyberi, Professor Geir Ulfstein and Researcher Halvard Leira, NUPI
In cooperation with the Nobel Institute and the Global Policy Initative at Columbia University, New York, the Faculty's research group on International Law and Governance organizes an event to mark the launch of a Model International Mobility Convention and the implications of a comprehensive global mobility regime.
The Research Group on International Law and Governance is, together with the Norwegian branch of the International Law Association, pleased to welcome Professor Christian J. Tams, Chair of International Law at The University of Glasgow, to offer his reflections on international adjudication.
Was Norway's support a violation of Syrian sovereignty and a breach of the principle of non-intervention?
What is the significance of Norway's intent in supporting the paramilitary group?
Can it be justified as self-defense in accordance with article 51 UNC?