Jean-Marc Sorel has a graduate degree in public law and political science, a doctorate in law and a university teaching certificate. He is currently Professor at the Sorbonne Law School (University of Paris 1) and Director of the IREDIES (Research Institute in International and European Law of the Sorbonne). He teaches general international law, international litigation law, legal analysis of territorial and maritime conflicts, and the law of international monetary and financial relations. He is the author of books and articles in these fields. He is an attorney and counsel in cases before the International Court of Justice.
International Law and War in Light of the Ukrainian Conflict: A Relation Biased Since Its Inception
Jus ad bellum and jus in bello. Traditionally, a distinction is made in international law between the jus ad bellum, the right to wage war or the right of a state to resort to war in a lawful manner, and the jus in bello, the law governing the conduct of war, which includes international humanitarian … Continuedlire l'article
The Role of Soft Law in Global Governance: Heading Towards Hegemonic Influence?
To tackle the topic of soft law is to engage prima facie in a vast discussion on the forms of normativity in law. This will not be the case here. There are many technical and comprehensive studies on the question, and it seems unnecessary to replicate them. Rather, the aim will be to ascertain the … Continuedlire l'article