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Norms in practice: people-centric governance in ASEAN and ECOWAS

6 July 2020 , Volume 96, Number 4 Aarie Glas Emanuel Balogun Read online The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) both recently adopted and institutionalized the norm of people-centric governance. … Continua a leggere

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Clearer Role for Business Regulators Needed in Monitoring Trade Agreements

6 July 2020 Dr Jennifer Ann Zerk Associate Fellow, International Law Programme As the economic recovery from coronavirus is worked through, careful steps are needed to ensure actions to enforce human rights commitments in trade agreements do not worsen human … Continua a leggere

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Estonia’s Crucial Role in Tackling Growing Cyber Threats

22 June 2020 Esther Naylor Research Assistant, International Security Programme Estonia’s presidency of the UN Security Council refreshes the debate on global cyber security just as the coronavirus pandemic exposes the consequences of failing to protect critical digital infrastructures. 2020-06-22-Cyber-Attack-Piracy-Hack … Continua a leggere

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Can the UN Roadmap on Digital Cooperation Improve our Digital Future?

12 June 2020 Marjorie Buchser Executive Director, Digital Society Initiative @Marjorie_BU LinkedIn Ruma Mandal Director, International Law Programme @RumaCHLaw The new proposals are timely with the world at a critical inflection point for technology governance, as responses to the ongoing … Continua a leggere

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Seeking Accountability for UK Complicity in Torture

12 June 2020 Ben Horton Communications Manager, Communications and Publishing @BenRHorton LinkedIn Professor Ruth Blakeley University of Sheffield, The Rendition Project Dr Sam Raphael University of Westminster; The Rendition Project Despite a series of inquiries since 2010, has enough been … Continua a leggere

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