The Institute for Public International Law is pleased to host the Bonner Reading Group. The informal meeting offers the opportunity to present and discuss international legal publications. The reading group meets at the library of the Institute and is open to anyone interested in public international law. No prior knowledge is required.
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February 21st, 5 pm: We will discuss the ICJ case on the Allegations of Genocide under the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Ukraine v. Russian Federation). To prepare, please read the most recent judgment of the ICJ on the merits as well as the casenote by Marko Milanovic.
We will specifically discuss the following issues: Jurisdiction of the ICJ, provisional measures, the increased use of the Genocide Convention in the ICJ, the political aspects of ICJ judgments.