The word “Israel” has a complex history. If we go back in time, originally it was used to indicate one of the two kingdoms that came into existence after the fall of the Unite Monarchies of Saul, David and Salomon
One of the most ambitious challenges of our time is without any doubt the Great Green Wall initiative (GGW). It is not just another “green project” that aims to achieve some local and reduced benefits. It has, indeed, a broader view of
Jamal Khashoggi was killed and dismembered on 2 October 2018, in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul by a 15-man team that arrived directly from Riyadh, including a forensic expert hired to tear the journalist’s body apart
From the streets of Minneapolis to the mass protests opposing the military coup in Myanmar, unlawful use of force by police continues to end in death and injury. The recent vigil to honour the brutally murdered Sarah Everard turned into police brutality.
International law has always been debated and decided in specific, international courts and tribunals, such as the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and the International Criminal Court (ICC). The latter, in particular, is tasked with the criminal prosecution of individuals who have
The EU is one of the few actors that can threaten China’s political prestige, if not the only one. On the Chinese side, any conflict with the US falls back to a well-rooted Cold War propaganda scheme, by which the US wants
Climate change represents the biggest danger for human life and human health. Despite this, international law has yet to provide a legal framework that links climate and health. Even the Paris Agreement, celebrated as a historic achievement for climate law, missed the