Prof. Gregory Rose and Andrew Tucker analyze the Response of the Prosecutor of the ICC to amici curiae ‘observations’ concerning the ‘Situation in Palestine’.
The Extended Edition of ‘The Hague Statement of jurists on the Israel-Palestine conflict’ is now available in Finnish. Many thanks to the volunteers in Finland. The Hague Statement is available in English, Finnish, French, Hungarian, Norwegian and Spanish. Forthcoming translations include Italian and Russian.
Do the Israeli government’s plans to apply its law and jurisdiction to the Jordan Valley and settlement blocs infringe international law?
This is the central question of a Briefing Paper that thinc. released on 25 June 2020. In the Paper, the authors, Prof. Gregory Rose, Dr. Cynthia Day Wallace, Dr. Matthijs de Blois and Mr. Andrew Tucker examine the question vis-a-vis four different principles of international law, and arrive at a clear and decisive conclusion. There…
Together with the International Legal Forum, thinc. has made a submission to the ‘Report to the UN General Assembly on Eliminating Intolerance and Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief’ to report that the Ban on Ritual Slaughter as recently issued in Belgium violates the Freedom of Religion and threatens the existence of Jewish and Muslim communities in Europe and beyond.
Fundamental to the rule of law is equal treatment and non-arbitrary, fair application of law. Instead, the International Criminal Court (ICC) exemplifies UN politicisation of international law principles and bureaucratic corruption of the rule of law, at extravagant cost. Read more.
On 25 April 2020 we commemorate and celebrate the Centenary of the San Remo Resolution. Why is the San Remo Resolution so important? In April 1920, the Principal Allied Powers of World War I convened at Villa Devachan in San Remo, Italy, to resolve some outstanding issues pertaining to the 1919 Paris Peace Conference. One…
The thinc. Summer School 2020 will be postponed due to COVID-19.