25 Apr

This Day in International Law–April 24

By: Liana Solot | On April 24, 1955 The Bandung Conference came to an end. This Conference, held in Bandung, Indonesia, was the first large-scale Asian-African Conference in which Asian and African states, mostly newly independent, aimed to promote Afro-Asian...
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11 Apr

This Day in International Law–April 10

By: Kelsey Quigley International diplomacy can be accomplished in many ways—formal and informal, planned and fortuitous, begrudging and hopeful. Two events from April 10s past juxtapose drivers of international legal developments: drawn-out formal negotiations and pure chance. The Good Friday...
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