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1 Baetens, Freya.
Between Universalism and State Consent: Regional Customary International Law before the ICJ. PluriCourts Lunchtime Lecture; 2020-06-10
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2 Baetens, Freya.
Blogpost: ‘Increasing importance of the transitory mechanism regulating EU Member States’ BITs with third countries: good intentions but problematic implementation?’, http://regulatingforglobalization.com/ (21 Dec. 2017).
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3 Baetens, Freya.
CETA: hormone meat stays at home, in Canada (original title in Dutch: 'CETA: hormoonvlees blijft thuis, in Canada'). Het Financieele Dagblad [Avis] 2020-02-12
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4 Baetens, Freya.
Combating climate change through the promotion of green investment: from Kyoto to Paris without regime-specific dispute settlement. I: Research Handbook on Environment and Investment Law. Edward Elgar Publishing 2019 ISBN 978 1 78471 462 8. s. 107-130
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5 Baetens, Freya.
COVID-19 Defences against International Trade Law Claims. COVID-19 and International Law: Novel Strain or Old Wine in New Test Tubes?; 2020-12-15 - 2020-12-15
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6 Baetens, Freya.
EJIL Talk! Blogpost ‘Abuse of process and abuse of rights before the ICJ: ever more popular, ever less successful?’ (15 Oct. 2019).
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7 Baetens, Freya.
EJIL Talk! Blogpost "Multiple Avenues for State Cooperation with the International Criminal Court (Part 1)" (11 March 2020).
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8 Baetens, Freya.
EJIL Talk! Blogpost "Multiple Avenues for State Cooperation with the International Criminal Court (Part 2)" (12 March 2020).
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9 Baetens, Freya.
EJIL Talk! Blogpost ‘Renewable energy incentives: reconciling investment, EU State aid and climate change law’ (18 Dec. 2019).
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10 Baetens, Freya.
EJIL Talk! Blogpost 'The International Court of Justice renders its judgment in the Jadhav case (India v. Pakistan)' (18 July 2019).
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11 Baetens, Freya.
EJIL Talk! Blogpost "Why The Netherlands should ratify CETA", co-authored with M. Bronckers, P.J. Kuijper, W. Voermans and R. Wessel (30 June 2020).
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12 Baetens, Freya.
Ejusdem Generis and Noscitur a Sociis. I: Between the Lines of the Vienna Convention? Canons and Other Principles of Interpretation in Public International Law. Wolters Kluwer 2019 ISBN 9789041184030. s. 133-160
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13 Baetens, Freya.
Evaluating Compromissory Clauses Submitting Disputes to ICJ Jurisdiction: ‘Matters Provided in Treaties and Conventions in Force’. State Consent to International Jurisdiction - Expert Seminar; 2020-12-14 - 2020-12-14
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14 Baetens, Freya.
First to rise and first to fall: the Court of Cartago (1907-1918). I: Experiments in International Adjudication: Historical Accounts. Cambridge University Press 2019 ISBN 9781108565967. s. 211-239
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15 Baetens, Freya.
‘Free Trade Agreement with Canada strengthens the legal system’ (original title in Dutch: ‘Vrijhandelsverdrag met Canada versterkt het rechtssysteem’). Het Financieele Dagblad [Avis] 2020-06-16
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16 Baetens, Freya.
High-jacking anticipated, prevented and overcome: how to safeguard the WTO appellate system - and beyond. Conference of the European Society of International Law (ESIL); 2019-09-12 - 2019-09-14
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17 Baetens, Freya.
‘Human rights norms before specialised courts and tribunals: WTO, ISDS, CJEU, African regional courts and ITLOS’. EUI Seminar; 2019-10-08 - 2019-10-09
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18 Baetens, Freya.
Identity and diversity on the international bench: implications for the legitimacy of international adjudication. I: Identity and Diversity on the International Bench: Who is the Judge?. Oxford University Press 2020 ISBN 9780198870753. s. 1-26
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19 Baetens, Freya.
Identity and Diversity on the International Bench: Who is the Judge?. Oxford University Press 2020 (ISBN 9780198870753) 592 s.
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20 Baetens, Freya.
Introductory note to Jadhav case (India v. Pakistan) (ICJ). International legal Materials 2020 ;Volum 59.(2) s. 187-190
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21 Baetens, Freya.
Invoking human rights: A useful line of attack or a defence tool for States in investor-State dispute settlement?. I: Human Rights Norms in ‘Other' International Courts. Cambridge University Press 2019 ISBN 9781108499736. s. 227-262
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22 Baetens, Freya.
Legitimacy of Unseen Actors in International Adjudication. Cambridge University Press 2019 (ISBN 9781108641685) 496 s.
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23 Baetens, Freya.
Regional integration organisations and dispute settlement (intensive lecture series). Guest professorship; 2020-02-11 - 2020-02-13
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24 Baetens, Freya.
Regionalism, Universalism and State Consent: Custom and the International Court of Justice. Conference on Regionalism in International Law; 2020-02-10
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25 Baetens, Freya.
State consent to jurisdiction under UNCLOS: divide and adjudicate?. PluriCourts Annual Meeting; 2020-06-23 - 2020-06-24
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26 Baetens, Freya.
State consent to the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice: modify or perish. State Consent to International Jurisdiction - Expert Seminar; 2019-06-21 - 2019-06-21
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27 Baetens, Freya.
‘UNCLOS: a tool for regional peace, stability and sustainable use of resources?’. ASIL Annual Meeting; 2019-03-27 - 2019-03-30
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28 Baetens, Freya.
Unseen actors in international courts and tribunals: challenging the legitimacy of international adjudication. I: Legitimacy of Unseen Actors in International Adjudication. Cambridge University Press 2019 ISBN 9781108641685. s. 1-28
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29 Baetens, Freya.
Working with authors: Second International Law Review Editors Roundtable. American Society of International Law (ASIL) Annual Meeting; 2020-06-25 - 2020-06-27
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30 Baetens, Freya; Bismuth, Régis.
Editorial. The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 2020 s. 3-4
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31 Baetens, Freya; Bismuth, Régis.
Face à Face: Interview with Giorgio Sacerdoti – Professor, Arbitrator and Former Member and President of the WTO Appellate Body. The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 2020 ;Volum 19.(3) s. 351-364
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32 Baetens, Freya; Bismuth, Régis.
Face à Face: Interview with Paolina Massidda – Principal Counsel of the Independent Office of the Public Counsel for Victims at the International Criminal Court. The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 2020 ;Volum 19.(2) s. 135-143
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33 Baetens, Freya; Bodeau-Livinec, Pierre.
Face à Face: Interview with ICJ President Yusuf – President of the International Court of Justice. The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 2019 ;Volum 18.(3) s. 267-278
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34 Baetens, Freya; Paparinskis, Martins; Mitrev-Penusliski, Ilija; Gaffney, John.
Modernisation of the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT), Special Issue. Transnational Dispute Management 2019 (1)
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35 Brandon, Emma Hynes.
Book Review: The Inter-State Application under the European Convention on Human Rights: Between Collective Enforcement of Human Rights and International Dispute Settlement. Nordic Journal of Human Rights 2021 ;Volum 38.(3) s. 250-252
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36 Brandon, Emma Hynes.
Grave breaches and justifications: The war crime of forcible transfer or deportation of civilians and the exception for evacuations for imperative military reasons. Oslo Law Review 2019 ;Volum 6.(2) s. 107-124
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37 Brandon, Emma Hynes.
Holding Signatories to Account: Applying interim obligations under Article 18 of the VCLT to states in the process of ratifying the Rome Statute. Expert Meeting- State Consent to International Jurisdiction; 2019-06-21 - 2019-06-21
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38 Nussberger, Angelika; Baetens, Freya.
Diversity on the Bench of the European Court of Human Rights: A Clash of Paradigms. I: Identity and Diversity on the International Bench: Who is the Judge?. Oxford University Press 2020 ISBN 9780198870753. s. 479-493
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39 Strain, Nicola Claire.
Assessing emergencies before investor-state arbitral tribunals: BITs fit for purpose to address global health pandemics?. 2020 CIBEL Global Network Young Scholars Workshop; 2020-08-20 - 2020-08-20
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40 Strain, Nicola Claire.
Confusion and Uncertainty in Procedure: The Forgotten Problem of Jurisdiction and Applicable Law in International Economic Disputes. ASIL Research Forum; 2020-10-29 - 2020-10-30
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41 Strain, Nicola Claire.
Regulating Collective Resources under Multilateral Treaties: The Decision in Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia v Japan). Melbourne Journal of International Law 2019 ;Volum 20.(2) s. 572-597
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42 Strain, Nicola Claire.
Shai Dothan, International Judicial Review: When Should International Courts Intervene?. Leiden Journal of International Law 2021 ;Volum 34.(1) s. 271-274
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43 Strain, Nicola Claire.
The Murky Waters of Jurisdiction and Applicable Law in International Economic Disputes. State Consent to International Jurisdiction - Expert Seminar; 2019-06-21 - 2019-06-21
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44 Strain, Nicola Claire.
The Murky Waters of Jurisdiction and Applicable Law in International Economic Disputes. 8th Conference of the Postgraduate and Early Professionals/Academics Network of the Society of International Economic Law; 2019-05-30 - 2019-05-31
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