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In addition to speaking on the ICC roundtable at ISA San Diego I presented a paper on international law and the US-UK relationship. The paper is online at the ISA paper archive. As is often the case, the paper evolved … Continue reading
Interesting piece in The Atlantic . It highlights the ambiguity of the term ‘no fly zone’. It can only add to the concern of the sovereigntists who fear that ‘humanitarian intervention’ is ‘regime change’ by stealth. As I noted recently, the … Continue reading
So here is the test case. How will/should the centre-left respond now that the Security Council has vetoed the UK’s preferred course of action on Syria? Yesterday I kicked off the Fellowship’s Seminar Series by suggesting that traditionally there are … Continue reading
The Washington Post has an interesting editorial on the situation in Syria. It essentially calls for regime change, arguing that the removal of the Assad regime is the only sure way to stop the killing. It adds, however, that foreign … Continue reading
There’s a nice editorial in today’s Guardian that illustrates the centre-left’s support and hopes for the United Nations, as well as an understanding of the challenges it faces: In Washington, the flame of Roosevelt and Truman burns low. Barack Obama and his … Continue reading