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Series: Whose Global Law? Comparative, Regional and Methodological Lenses
International law is often viewed as a universal system that applies in the same way across different countries and regions of the world. However, this view is increasingly being challenged by the fact that regions of the world perceive international law differently and have developed different practices towards international law. How do we understand the effect that regional approaches are having in the international legal landscape? What are the historical, political, economic and other reasons that drive regional approaches to international law? What are the methodological challenges faced when examining such regional approaches? This panel, comprising of experts on Russian and Chinese approaches to international, will discuss these and other cross-cutting issues.
Lauri Mälksoo, University of Tartu, Estonia
Wim Muller, Maastricht University, the Netherlands
Mauro Barelli, City Law School
Matthieu Burnay, Queen Mary, University of London
Elizabeth O’Loughlin, City Law School (discussant)
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6.00pm - 7.30pmWednesday 3rd July 2019