From Ukraine to the Gaza Conflict: Male Victimisation of Sexual Violence and The ‘Man Question’ in International Law

Conflict-related sexual violence in recent times, whether in the context of Ukraine or Gaza, has captured global attention and elicited…

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Crisis in the Red Sea: Does the International Law Protect Against UAV Attacks & Other Forms of Maritime Terrorism in the High Seas?

The Red Sea is in turmoil. As a result of the conflict in Gaza, the rebel group – Houthis, in…

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The ICJ’s Advisory Function: A Procedural Tool to Advance Human Rights?

While jurisdictional limitations may have initially restrained the International Court of Justice (ICJ) from contributing to the development of international…

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Reparations and Restitution by Former Colonial Powers for Colonial-era Atrocities: Rejecting the Developmental Aid Approach 

Introduction The death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland has sparked many conversations on decolonization,…

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Volume 9(1) is now available!

We are thrilled to announce that Volume 9(1) of the Cambridge International Law Journal is now available! The Issue includes: Editorial…

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