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Russia's Global Legal Trajectories: International Law in Eurasia's Past and Present
In the wake of Russian intervention in Ukraine and Syria, many commentators have suggested that Russia exists 'outside' international law. And yet, when we consider the evolution of international law since 1800, Russia was both source and object of many international juridical innovations, from the codification of the laws of war in 1899 to the establishment of collective responsibility as a legal principle at Nuremberg in the wake of World War II. This engagement project will gather early career scholars from both British and Russian academia to re- consider the role of Russia in international law. It will do this through three proposed activities: a workshop on 'Russia's Global Legal Trajectories,' a public forum entitled 'Russia as Maker and Breaker of International Law', and an ongoing Working Group on Russia and International Law. The early career scholars will be mentored by a number of senior specialists in the field, and Russia observers from the worlds of journalism, public policy and think tanks will be invited to attend both the workshop and public forum.
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