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Video of Thomas Franck Lecture by Andrea Bianchi, 4 December 2017

Watch the video of the lecture "The Unbearable Lightness of International Law" here.

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Video of Thomas Franck Lecture by Angelika Nußberger, 30 November 2017

Watch the video of the lecture "From high hopes to disillusionment? Human rights protection in Europe in an ever more hostile environment." here.

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Post on Voelkerrechtsblog.org about the KFG Workshop “Decline or Transformation? Norm Change and Values in International Law”

“Can we detect paradigmatic shifts when we see them?”, Simon Blätgen’s observations from the KFG Workshop “Decline or Transformation? Norm Change and Values in International Law”, have been published on Voelkerrechtsblog.org.

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 Nikolaus Koch

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Profile: Short CV & Select Publications

Short CV:

Nikolaus Koch finished his law studies in 2015 at the Friedrich-Schiller-University in Jena (Thuringia). During his studies he specialized on European corporate law as well as public international law. He took part in the Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition both as participant and as team coach. Nikolaus finished his practical training (“Referendariat”) in 2017 interning, inter alia, at the German Embassy in Bratislava (Slovakia). In 2017 he started working on his doctorial thesis.

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