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Brexit - Chronicle Of A Crisis Foretold - Blog (2019)
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Dadomo, C. (2019). Brexit - Chronicle Of A Crisis Foretold - Blog

The European regional integration seemed to be unstoppable and unbreakable despite the many political and economic crises it sailed through since the 70s and more recently in the past decade in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. Yet, for th... Read More

Global private international law. Adjudication without frontiers. Edited by Horatia Muir Watt, Lucia Bizikova, Agatha Brandao de Oliveira and Diego P. Fernandez Arroyo. Edward Elgar Publishing 2019 (Cheltenham UK & Northampton, MA, USA) Book Review (2019)
Journal Article
Blanco, E. (in press). Global private international law. Adjudication without frontiers. Edited by Horatia Muir Watt, Lucia Bizikova, Agatha Brandao de Oliveira and Diego P. Fernandez Arroyo. Edward Elgar Publishing 2019 (Cheltenham UK & Northampton, MA, USA) Book Review. Journal of Private International Law,

The changes to the structure and power relations within and between societies produced by globalisation have an unavoidable and, arguably, under-theorized effect on the discipline of private international law. This review considers whether the curren... Read More

Environmental Rights: The Development of Standards (2019)
Book
Turner, S., Shelton, D., Razzaque, J., McIntyre, O., & May, J. (2019). J. May, O. McIntyre, J. Razzaque, D. Shelton, & S. Turner (Eds.), Environmental Rights: The Development of Standards. Cambridge University Press

Environmental rights, also known as the human rights or constitutional rights that are used for the protection of the environment, have proliferated over the last 45 years. However, the precise levels of protection that they represent has since been... Read More

The American convention on human rights and environmental rights standards (2019)
Book Chapter
Grant, E. (2019). The American convention on human rights and environmental rights standards. In J. R. May, O. McIntyre, J. Razzaque, S. Turner, & D. L. Shelton (Eds.), Environmental Rights - The development of standards, 60-92. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108612500

Until recently, environmental standards have received attention within the Inter-American regional human rights system, primarily in the context of the rights of indigenous peoples. In developing environmental standards, the Inter-American Commission... Read More

Global Assessment Chapter 6: Options for Decision Makers (2019)
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Razzaque, J., & Visseren-Hamakers, . I. (in press). Global Assessment Chapter 6: Options for Decision Makers. Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Servcies (IPBES)

This document contains the draft Chapter 6 of the IPBES Global Assessment on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services.

A stock-taking of FPIC standards in international environmental law (2019)
Book Chapter
Razzaque, J. (2019). A stock-taking of FPIC standards in international environmental law. In O. McIntyre, J. May, D. Shelton, S. Turner, & J. Razzaque (Eds.), Environmental Rights: The Development of Standards, 195-221. Cambridge University Press

With its roots in the international human rights law, free prior and informed consent (FPIC) is now integrated within the environmental law regime. The cross-fertilisation of FPIC standards from human rights laws to environmental laws is evident in t... Read More

A police specialist rape investigation unit: A comparative analysis of performance and victim care (2019)
Journal Article
Rumney, P., McPhee, D., Fenton, R., & Williams, A. (in press). A police specialist rape investigation unit: A comparative analysis of performance and victim care. Policing and Society, https://doi.org/10.1080/10439463.2019.1566329

This article examines quantitative and qualitative data in an analysis of the workings of a specialist rape investigation unit and compares its performance with a non-specialist investigative approach over a two-year period. This is the first study t... Read More

The obligation to investigate after a potential breach of Article 2 ECHR in an extra-territorial context: Mission impossible for the Armed Forces? (2019)
Journal Article
Quenivet, N. (2019). The obligation to investigate after a potential breach of Article 2 ECHR in an extra-territorial context: Mission impossible for the Armed Forces?. Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, 37(2), 119-138. https://doi.org/10.1177/0924051919844374

The growing number of military operations conducted by States party to the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) abroad has led to a concomitant surge in court cases, notably relating to the duty to investigate an attack resulting in the death o... Read More

Vedanta, a long awaited landmark in extra-territorial tort litigation against parent companies: Reflections on jurisdiction (2019)
Journal Article
Blanco, E. (in press). Vedanta, a long awaited landmark in extra-territorial tort litigation against parent companies: Reflections on jurisdiction

On 10 April 2019 the much awaited decision of the British Supreme Court on whether the case of 1826 Zambian villagers against Vedanta Resources Plc (“Vedanta”), a British mining company and Konkola Copper Mines (“KCM”), its subsidiary could proceed i... Read More

A (Wo)Man’s honour: Have the Geneva conventions lost their gender? (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Quenivet, N. (2019, April). A (Wo)Man’s honour: Have the Geneva conventions lost their gender?. Paper presented at Seminar to Mark 70 Years of the Geneva Conventions

The 1949 Geneva Conventions have often been criticised for failing to take into the specific situation of women in armed conflict and in fact for adopting an outdated and conservative view of women's role and position in society. This paper argues th... Read More

Corruption in the global era: Causes, sources and forms of manifestation (2019)
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Ryder, N. (2019). N. Ryder (Ed.), Corruption in the global era: Causes, sources and forms of manifestation. Routledge

Corruption is a globalising phenomenon. Not only is it rapidly expanding globally but, more signifi cantly, its causes, its means and forms of perpetration and its effects are more and more rooted in the many developments of globalisation. The Panama... Read More

Organised crime and security threats in Caribbean Small Island Developing States: A Critical analysis of US assumptions and policies (2019)
Journal Article
Young, M., & Woodiwiss, M. (2019). Organised crime and security threats in Caribbean Small Island Developing States: A Critical analysis of US assumptions and policies

The prevailing attitude of international legal institutions is that drug trafficking remains a dominant organised crime, which presents a major security threat to all nations, including the US. While US assumptions and policies on organised crime and... Read More

Personhood, jurisdiction and injustice: Law, colonialities and the global order (2019)
Journal Article
Blanco, E., & Grear, A. (2019). Personhood, jurisdiction and injustice: Law, colonialities and the global order. Journal of Human Rights and the Environment, 10(1), 86-117. https://doi.org/10.4337/jhre.2019.01.05

Set against the colonial and neo-colonial unevenness of the globalised neoliberal order, this article offers a critical reading of legal personhood and jurisdiction as mechanisms of privilege and predation. Transnational corporations (TNCs) are, we s... Read More

Terrorism financing and the fraud dossier (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Ryder, N. (2019, March). Terrorism financing and the fraud dossier. Paper presented at The 8th Annual Wales Fraud Forum Conference

The aim of this presentation is to highlight the threat posed by terrorsim financing and how fraud has become the funding avenue of choice. The paper presents evidence of an increase use of this funding stream and highlights a number of weaknesses i... Read More

Counter-terrorist financing, cryptoassets, social media platforms, and suspicious activity reports: a step into the regulatory unknown (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Ryder, N. (2019, March). Counter-terrorist financing, cryptoassets, social media platforms, and suspicious activity reports: a step into the regulatory unknown. Paper presented at Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity - Research Seminar

This paper is divided into three parts. Firstly, the paper presents evidence how terrorism financiers are able to operate via the Internet and social media platforms. Secondly, it enhances the understanding of the use of Defence against Terrorism F... Read More

The Welsh Premier League and the ‘significant risk’ to match-manipulation. Is a specific offence required? (2019)
Book Chapter
Hall, M. (2019). The Welsh Premier League and the ‘significant risk’ to match-manipulation. Is a specific offence required?. In N. Ryder, & L. Pasculli (Eds.), Corruption in the Global EraRoutledge

This chapter explores issues relating to match manipulation in football with a specific focus on the Welsh Premier League. The article also considers the legal framework domestically and international and considers whether a specific offence is requi... Read More

Brexit: Chronicles of a crisis foretold (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2019, February). Brexit: Chronicles of a crisis foretold. Presented at The European Union – Change, Transformation and Challenges

The European integration process is certainly the most advanced and remarkable example of regional integration unequalled so far in any other parts of the world even though some lighter forms of regional integration have been more or less modelled on... Read More

Binding the United Nations to customary (human rights) law (2019)
Journal Article
Quenivet, N. (in press). Binding the United Nations to customary (human rights) law. International Organizations Law Review, https://doi.org/10.1163/15723747-20181138

Whilst most legal scholarship focuses on the responsibility of the United Nations for human rights violations few studies have ascertained the legal basis of the primary rules leading to such responsibility. This article fills this gap by reviewing t... Read More

'Changing culture? Thinking differently about disclosure' (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Smith, T. (2019, January). 'Changing culture? Thinking differently about disclosure'. Paper presented at Disclosure Strategy Training Day, College of Policing

Presentation delivered at the College of Policing (January 2019) for a disclosure strategy training day, aimed at Assistant Chief Constables from police forces across England and Wales.