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Lectures on international law issues by eminent scholars, practitioners and judges of national and international courts. The lecture series is brought to you by the Public International Law Discussion Group, part of the Law Faculty of the University of Oxford, and is supported by the British Branch of the International Law Association and Oxford University Press. Further details of this series can be found on the Public International Law -https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/research-subject-groups/grad ...
 
The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law is the scholarly home of International law at the University of Cambridge. The Centre, founded by Sir Elihu Lauterpacht QC in 1983, serves as a forum for the discussion and development of international law and is one of the specialist law centres of the Faculty of Law. The Centre holds weekly lectures on topical issues of international law by leading practitioners and academics. For more information see the LCIL website at http://www.lcil.cam.ac.uk/
 
ASIL is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, educational membership organization founded in 1906 and chartered by Congress in 1950. ASIL holds Special Consultative Status to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and is a constituent society of the American Council of Learned Societies. The Society is headquartered at Tillar House in Washington, DC.
 
Lectures on international law issues by eminent scholars, practitioners and judges of national and international courts. The lecture series is brought to you by the Public International Law Discussion Group, part of the Law Faculty of the University of Oxford, and is supported by the British Branch of the International Law Association and Oxford University Press. Further details of this series can be found on the Public International Law at Oxford website. .
 
The German Law Journal has been providing Open Access to Comparative, European, and International Law for over 20 years. Listen to #GLJShorts to find out what our most recent articles are about and to meet the person behind the paper. Listen to #GLJSpecials to dive deeper into selected articles or for an introduction into our most recent Special Issues. Find video versions of our podcasts on our YouTube channel!
 
The Lawfare Podcast features discussions with experts, policymakers, and opinion leaders at the nexus of national security, law, and policy. On issues from foreign policy, homeland security, intelligence, and cybersecurity to governance and law, we have doubled down on seriousness at a time when others are running away from it. Visit us at www.lawfareblog.com. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Right is an initiative of the Centre for Human Rights (CHR) at the Research Society of International Law, Pakistan (RSIL), an independent, non-partisan think tank based in Pakistan. The CHR is a dedicated centre for human rights research, awareness, and capacity building. It focuses on the intersection between international human rights obligations and the domestic Constitutional and legal framework.
 
The Lowy Institute is an independent, nonpartisan international policy think tank located in Sydney, Australia. The Institute provides high-quality research and distinctive perspectives on foreign policy trends shaping Australia and the world. We host podcasts with high-level guest speakers as well as our own experts. Essential listening for anyone seeking to better understand foreign policy challenges!
 
The Fiftyfaces Focus series builds on the successful model of The Fiftyfaces Podcast by showcasing the richness and diversity of the law by focusing on its people and their stories. We meet with people who have had unusual career paths, sometimes visceral experience with discrimination and its fallout, who have had lived experience that informs their perspective and who have displayed resilience and persistence to achieve their goals.
 
On Interpreting India, every two weeks, we bring in voices from India and around the globe to unpack how technology, the economy, and foreign policy impact India’s relationship with the world. Interpreting India is a Carnegie India production and is hosted by Carnegie scholars. In season 2, Srinath Raghavan passes the mic to a new generation of hosts, his colleagues at Carnegie, who will explore the questions that hold the potential to alter India’s trajectory through the coming decade.
 
Law in the Bush is a fortnightly podcast exploring cutting edge legal research and legal issues. It puts the spotlight on RRR. We're calling it regional, rural and remote law research as it flies out of UNE. Each episode will feature a legal expert talking about key issues that focus on modernising the law and legal institutions in Australia and, because we live in an interconnected world, globally. Legal issues that we put under the microscope impact on natural resources; renewable energy; ...
 
A podcast series from the Transitional Justice Institute (TJI) at Ulster University in Northern Ireland, sharing our public lectures and events from key scholars and practitioners. The TJI is a world-leading research institute investigating themes of conflict, transitional justice, human rights, gender and international law. Learn more about our research, public events, taught postgraduate programmes (LLM Human Rights Law and Transitional Justice; LLM Gender, Conflict and Human Rights) and o ...
 
The Lawyers, Guns and Money podcast expands upon the political, social, academic, and artistic topics studied by the Lawyers, Guns and Money community. This includes close examinations of American politics, American history, athletics, film, music, law, and international relations. Everything, in short, that has anything to do with lawyers, guns, or money.
 
The International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers' Association (ICoCA) is a multistakeholder initiative whose mission is to raise private industry security standards and promote the responsible provision of private security. During these podcasts ICoCA invites different perspectives on what the future holds for responsible private security that respects human rights and international humanitarian law. Music by www.bensound.com
 
Each Gatehouse Chambers Podcast episode gives an informal view of important legal issues impacting individuals as well as companies and other legal entities. They will be of interest particularly to legal practitioners, law students and those interested in joining the legal profession and also the general public. The Gatehouse Chambers Podcast series concentrates on topics arising from Hardwicke’s key practice areas which are: commercial dispute resolution (including not only litigation in c ...
 
Every week, we take a bite-sized look at legal and economic developments in locales around the world as we try to decipher global trends in law and business with the help of our international guests. No topic is too big, too small, too simple, or too complicated. We plan to cover continents, countries, regimes, governance, finances, legal developments, and whatever is trending on Twitter. Connect with us: - https://twitter.com/globallawbiz - https://www.linkedin.com/company/harris-bricken - ...
 
Welcome to Ag Law in the Field! This is the inaugural episode of a new podcast designed to discuss all things agricultural law. Tiffany Lashmet, Extension Ag Law Specialist with Texas A&M Agrilife Extension, will serve as your host and has a variety of great guests lined up. From law students to seasoned attorneys, to lawyers with experience in international firms, to folks who hung out their own shingle in Small Town America...we plan to visit with them all and discuss their thoughts, exper ...
 
Большие контракты, громкие трансферы, многомиллионные сделки, долгие судебные тяжбы – обо всем этом и многом другом Вам расскажет подкаст «SILA Права» и его ведущие – спортивные юристы Михаил Прокопец и Юрий Зайцев. Этот подкаст о том, как выглядит индустрия спорта глазами профессиональных юристов. Каждый выпуск ведущие подкаста выбирают интересную тему и исследуют ее со всех сторон. А интересные гости помогают еще лучше разобраться в проблемных вопросах. Подкаст выпущен совместно с интернет ...
 
This podcast cuts through the noise surrounding the future of law. All over the world and across all sectors, expanding and accelerating technologies are changing our lives and even changing us. How can the law and the legal profession keep up with all the changes? Law professors Michael Madison (US) and Dan Hunter (Australia) take a global view of the law and technology ecosystem, talking to lawyers, entrepreneurs, educators, students, and thought leaders across for-profit, non-profit, and ...
 
@WAR explores anything related to armed conflict in the particular context of Pakistan @WAR is an initiative of the Conflict Law Centre (CLC) at the Research Society of International Law, Pakistan (RSIL), an independent, non-partisan think tank based in Pakistan. The CLC is a unique portal at RSIL which is dedicated to the law of armed conflict and conducts research on all aspects of an armed conflict, including recourse to the use of force (the jus ad bellum), the conduct of war (jus in bel ...
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
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Professor Jutta Brunnée, University of Toronto, gives a talk for the seminar series on 6th May 2021. Drawing on the practice-turn in constructivism and in international relations (IR) theory more generally, I will argue that a particular approach to managing stability and change is inherent in, and indeed characteristic of, legality in internationa…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Dr Thibault Moulin about the international legal regulation of experiments on humans. These experiments test existing frameworks of international law, and they discuss the limits that international humanitarian law and international human rights law places on human enhancement and the experiments that b…
 
Sets of rules, norms, and standards that make up international law provide a broad framework for actions of countries around the world. It also has a profound effect on our daily lives, governing, for example, how we travel or how we send or receive money from abroad. On this podcast, we discuss how international law is enforced, how it affects Ame…
 
In Episode #64, we are joined by Simon Igelman, an international business associate at Garfinkle Biderman LLP, a Canadian-based law firm. We discuss: Simon's background in technology and how he created his website Trade Law Report that pulls the most up to date online chatter about international trade from around the web, including Twitter. Balanci…
 
Lebanon is in crisis. In a recent report, the World Bank has said that Lebanon’s economic crisis may be one of the three worst economic crises since the mid 1800s, and estimates that more than half of Lebanon’s population is living in poverty. The reality on the ground in Lebanon for many of the country’s vulnerable — from food and medicine shortag…
 
By many measures, 2020 was a year to forget. With natural disasters, a climate crisis, a vicious pandemic, a massive economic crisis, a cruel and dishonest president, unprecedented demands for racial justice and its corresponding ugly backlash, US society has been taken to the brink. For Prof. Andrew Bacevich of Boston University, these events repr…
 
In conversation with leading US foreign policy practitioner and thinker Richard Haass, the President of the Council on Foreign Relations. Lowy Institute Executive Director Michael Fullilove speaks with Dr Haass about President Biden’s foreign policy, China, Russia and the international implications of the coronavirus pandemic.Dr Richard Haass is a …
 
The U.S. raid on the compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, that brought Osama bin Laden to ultimate justice also recovered nearly half a million files. In 2017, these files were publicly released, but few people have the expertise, the experience and the time to go through those materials, as well as interview family members of bin Laden and former ass…
 
Max and Jenn take a look at Nicolas Cage in PIG, Disney’s THE JUNGLE CRUISE and finally… 1972’s WHAT’S UP DOC? Email us at: cinemaxers@talkradioone.com Follow us on: Instagram, FaceBook and Twitter – @cinemaxersAll TRO Podcast Shows – TalkRadioOne による
 
Divorce and family law expert Jeremy Sutton joins Kathryn to look at the pressures that can be generated over the family home when couples separate and how the extension of the bright line test has changed the way couples resolve their property interests. He'll also talk about how parents can be divided over the issue of vaccination, and how that c…
 
Marine biologist Ceridwen Fraser describes beaches as our windows to the ocean. Sea foam, ambergris, giant squids, stranded whales, seaweed, shells, plastic, dead birds, shoes and pieces of planes or rockets - they're all things we can find on the sea shore and they all tell stories about life, death and the dynamic processes of the sea.…
 
The unemployment rate has fallen to four per cent in the three months ended June, down from 4.7 pct in the previous quarter. Wages grew at an annual rate of 2.2 percent. This is the second quarter the jobless rate has fallen and was widely predicted by pundits who see the economy continuing to rebound. RNZ's Business Editor Gyles Beckford says it w…
 
In our news wrap Tuesday, mandates for COVID-19 vaccinations spread to more of the U.S. as the delta variant surges, Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis rejected any new restrictions, New York became the nation's first big city to require proof of shots, the Taliban accelerated its gains in Afghanistan, and an American Olympic star returned to com…
 
The Biden administration this week sent its most senior official yet to Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia. USAID Director Samantha Power is putting pressure on the Ethiopian government and its Nobel Peace Prize-winning prime minister to alleviate a humanitarian crisis in the country's Tigray region. But as Nick Schifrin reports, the Ethiopian go…
 
The multi million dollar court case against James Hardie has ended mid-trial, leaving homeowners with nothing. More than 1000 people were collectively seeking over two hundred million dollars against the cladding manufacturer, claiming Harditex cement and fibre cladding system caused problems including damp, mould and rot in their houses.…
 
Canoeist Lisa Carrington may paddle her way into the history books today at the Tokyo Olympics. Yesterday she won two gold medals in less than two hours, and today she's targetting gold in the K1 500 and K4 500. Lisa Carrington is currently on a par with with two other legendary paddlers Ian Ferguson and Paul MacDonald, and equestrian Sir Mark Todd…
 
Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman is the Pritzker Military Fellow at the Lawfare Institute, a former NSC staffer, and of course, an impeachment witness in the first impeachment of Donald J. Trump. He is also the author of the new book, "Here, Right Matters: An American Story." He joined Benjamin Wittes to talk about the book and the ground it co…
 
In Episode #67, we are joined by Enrique Martinez, CEO and founder of WebCapitalists Corp., a cryptocurrency and blockchain consulting company. We discuss: Why an aerospace engineer became an early adopter of Bitcoin. The Byzantine Generals Problem and what it tells us about blockchain. How Hurricane Maria and the devastation it brought about in hi…
 
Liz talks to Kathryn about how to set up a money management system that works!. She says the system can help you to look after your money automatically with minimal effort. This follows the report released last week by the Retirement Commission which shows that, of people who do budgets, only 1 in 4 make them work. Liz Koh is a financial planner an…
 
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the controversial Springbok rugby tour that divided the country, and a new book is helping young New Zealanders to understand the issues that made it so divisive. It's from former teacher-turned-author Anne Kayes, and starts out in March 2020 under lockdown when the main character, Liza, tries to explain to h…
 
In our news wrap Monday, firefighters in Oregon finally have the upper hand against the giant Bootleg Fire after they made major progress over the weekend. More than 80% of the fire has been contained. Federal health officials in the U.S. said average daily vaccinations for COVID-19 jumped 70% last week. The president of Afghanistan blamed the U.S.…
 
Stella Chrysostomou of Volume Books in Nelson reviews Great Works by Oscar Mardell, published by Death of Workers Whilst Building Skyscrapers. Stella says: Oscar Mardell is an Auckland poet whose freezing works poems are a clever addition to the tradition of New Zealand gothic literature. With the nostalgia for the stink of the slaughter yards, the…
 
The Taliban's surge is threatening major urban centers across Afghanistan. Meanwhile, the sense of panic is growing as more Afghans were granted permission to resettle in the United States. Special correspondent Jane Ferguson joins John Yang with updates on this fast-evolving situation. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/ab…
 
Americans athletes at the Tokyo Olympics have had great wins so far: Jade Carey's gold medal in the gymnastics floor exercise, many medals for swimmers Caleb Dressel and Katie Ledecky. Simone Biles is expected to compete in Tuesday's balance beam finals. The losses include the women's soccer team losing to Canada. USA Today's Christine Brennan join…
 
Robert Hillman grew up in rural Victoria, Australia, where the practical job as a butcher's apprentice his father had helped to secure him failed to appeal. So, at the tender age of 16 he fled by boat to the other side of the world, bartering his way from Europe through the Middle East, all the while with typewriter in hand. His adventure is captur…
 
The government and Reserve Bank have agreed on new moves to tighten mortgage lending, including tougher loan to value ratios, debt to income ratios, to cool the housing market. The central bank says it will begin consultation with retail banks later this month and changes may be in place in October. Lynn speaks with RNZ Business Editor, Gyles Beckf…
 
Ron talks to Lynn about the surge of Covid Delta variant cases in the US and ow new medical advice says it's as contagious as chickenpox. Also, a group of senators has finalised legislative language for the long-awaited bipartisan physical infrastructure deal, bringing the Senate one step closer to passing a top priority for President Joe Biden.…
 
A new study assessing the relationship between young people's mental health and where they grow up could influence urban and rural planning. Researchers at the University of Canterbury are mapping localities and investigating whether living near gaming venues, takeaways and liquor stores, or green and blue areas like parks and rivers are linked to …
 
The horticulture and wine industries are welcoming a government announcement of more seasonal workers from the Pacific, but say the unpredictability of Covid makes it prudent to move quickly. From next month RSE workers from Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu will be allowed into New Zealand without the need to undergo managed isolation. There's currently on…
 
Following on from the David Willett's interview we brought you yesterday - where Mr Willetts has travelled to Singapore for potentially life extending medical care for blood cancer, without a confirmed MIQ bed for his return. Leukaemia and Blood Cancer NZ Chief Executive Officer, Peter Fergusson says it is astounding some of the country's most vuln…
 
An Auckland barrister who travelled to Sydney to be with her dying mother early last month says she is trapped in New South Wales, despite having followed all the guidance of the New Zealand government. Fazilat Shah went to Sydney on the second of July after her mother suffered a severe heart attack the previous day. She died a week later. Ms Shah'…
 
Last week Scott, Erik, and myself had the great pleasure of interviewing Stephen Deusner about his new book, Where the Devil Don’t Stay: Traveling the South with the Drive By Truckers. As most readers of the blog will be keenly aware, we have been fans of the DBTs for a good long time, and between the lot of us have been to dozens of DBT and DBT-ad…
 
The president's interactions with intelligence and public comments about intelligence are dramatically different in the first six months of the Biden administration than they were during the last presidency. To talk about those differences and why they matter for intelligence and national security, David Priess sat down with Sue Gordon and John McL…
 
A set piece of food festival Wellington of a Plate is the mighty burger. Chefs go all out to create something memorable, tantalising and sometimes outrageous. And some people with big appetites try to sample them all. Rosie's Red Hot Cantina's Ollie Edwards gives Kathryn a burger 101 masterclass, which starts and finishes with the bun.…
 
Brigitte, Shane and Kathryn look at the latest Reid Research poll which has seen a near 10 percentage point drop in support for Labour and the highest-ever rating for ACT. Also, the expectations over pay rounds in the public sector, the continuing mess over MIQ and whether any bold moves will be made in the supermarket sector. Brigitte Morten is a …
 
Nicolas Ricketts has been the curator of The Strong Museum of Play in Rochester New York since 1998. He's researched the history of paper artifacts and board games, and served for a time as the president of The Ephemera Society of America. The museum itself holds exhibits ranging from a pinball playfield to a video game hall of fame, also serving a…
 
In this episode of The Director’s Chair, Michael Fullilove speaks with Saad Mohseni, CEO and chairman of Afghanistan’s largest media company, Moby Group. Saad talks about growing up as the son of a diplomat, moving to Melbourne after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, and founding Moby Group in 2002. Michael and Saad talk about the future of Afgha…
 
In South Africa, Debora has been covering the deadliest violence since apartheid, sparked by the jailing of former President Jacob Zuma. She says it has been fuelled by poverty and instigated by insurrectionists. Also the Covid Delta variant is making its way through Africa, with a devastating third wave in South Africa, which is now moving elsewhe…
 
Biofouling is the bane of any boaties' life, but could it be harnessed to extract energy from waves? Researchers at Auckland University and NIWA are studying whether the organisms which quickly grow over any object in the ocean, could add to the drag going through a wave energy extractor, thereby creating more power. What's more, they say the techn…
 
Auckland man David Willetts has traveled overseas for potentially life extending medical care, but is in limbo about when, or, if he'll be able to secure an MIQ place, this is despite having a return ticket. He has incurable myeloma and will receive medical treatment in Singapore for a secondary blood cancer. He tells Kathryn Ryan that a stem cell …
 
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