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10.07.2018

Why the NATO summit could deal a major blow to the international order

By Trine Flockhart, Professor of International Relations, University of Southern Denmark

 

18.04.2018

Syria strikes international law - are the rules of foreign intervention changing?

By Jan Lemnitzer, Assistent Professor, Center for War Studies, University of Southern Denmark


 

03.04.2018

How to help the public trust NGOs again

By Vincent Keating, Associate Professor at the Center for War Studies, University of Southern Denmark

 

20.03.2018

Zero civilian casualties: why the face of Western war gives us a false idea of conflict

By Sten Rynning, Professor of International Security and War Studies, University of Southern Denmark. 

20.03-2018 

Hybrid Justice for Heads of State? The Habré Trial and the Norms of African Sovereign Immunity

 By Kerstin Carlson, Associate Professor, Department of Law, University of Southern Denmark

26.02.2018

With all eyes on China, Singapore makes its own Arctic moves

By Danita Catherine Burke, Postdoc in International Politics and Arctic Studies, University of Southern Denmark

21.12-2017

Muscles for Brussels: why Europe´s defence union might not be such a good idea

By Chiara de Franco, Associate Professor in International Relations, University of Southern Denmark

28.08-2017 

Romantic notions about the Arctic must include Indigenous rights
By Danita Catherine Burke,Postdoc in International Politics and Arctic Studies, University of Southern Denmark

22.08-2017 

Trump’s new Afghanistan strategy gets one thing right but questions remain
By Sten Rynning, Professor and Head of Center for War Studies

28.04-2017

Is Trump's strike in Syria changing international law?  
By Jan Lemnitzer, Assistant Professor at Center for War Studies 

21.04-2017

Moment of truth for Chadian dictator convicted of crimes against humanity
By Kerstin Carlson, Assistant Professor in International Law

14.04-2017

Churkin's promise: Why the solution to the MH17 case my lie with a forgotten legal precedent from 1905
By Jan Lemnitzer, Assistant Professor at Center for War Studies

 

06.04-2017

Will Donald Trump bring back torture? Foreign leaders might need to step up to stop him
By Vincent Charles Keating,  Assistant Professor at Center for War Studies

03.04-2017

Where is Turkey Heading? 
Based on lecture by Svend Olling, the Danish Ambassador to Turkey

31.03-2017

Can Denmark Re-Learn to play the Greenland Card?
By Jan Rahbek-Clemmensen, Assistant Professor at Center for War Studies

24.03-2017

How heartbreaking images from Aleppo could actually change international norms
By Chiara de Franco, Associate Professor at Center for War Studies

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