17th September 2008
In the early hours of 8 August 2008, armed forces of the Russian Federation entered Georgian territory in response to Georgian military activities against separatists in the South Ossetia region the preceding day. The conflict rapidly extended to the territory of Abkhazia, another region in Georgia.
The seminar will address the background to the conflict, the legal and political issues arising from the armed conflict (including the application currently before the International Court of Justice), implications of the conflict for the region, and the possible options for the resolution of the conflict.
23rd November 2017 | LONDON
The standard of review of national court decisions by investment tribunals
27th November 2017 | LONDON
40th FA Mann Lecture
4th December 2017 | LONDON
Harry Weinrebe Annual Lecture: Perspectives on 15 years in Business and Human Rights - and on where we may be going next
6th December 2017 | LONDON
16th Annual Review of the Arbitration Act
11th December 2017 | LONDON
Legal consequences of the separation of the Chagos Archipelago from Mauritius (ICJ Advisory Opinion)