Pietro Pustorino is Professor of International Law and Director of the Center for International and Strategic Studies, Luiss Guido Carli (Rome). His various research interests cover different subjects of public international law, for instance human rights, the law of treaties, the immunity of States and more recently the responsibility of States and international organizations.
Self-determination of Ukrainian People and Russian Aggression
1- Brief remarks on the international law regime on self-determination of peoples The principle of external self-determination of peoples operates in three well-known cases identified in practice and consolidated case-law: former colonies, foreign military occupation and government that practices apartheid or racial discrimination. As indicated by the ICJ in the Advisory Opinion on Kosovo ‘during … Continuedlire l'article