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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3 Apr

This Day in International Law—April 3

By: Iosif Sorokin | On April 3, 1948, the European Recovery Plan, often referred to as the Marshall Plan after its main proponent U.S. Secretary of State George Marshall, was signed into law by U.S. President Harry Truman. The Plan provided sixteen...
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27 Mar

This Day in International Law—March 27

By: Jozefien Van Caeneghem | On March 27, 2002, a Palestinian suicide bomber killed 30 civilians and injured 143 in Israel during Passover. Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for the deadly attack. Seven years later, on March 27, 2009,...
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