A panel debate at the 105th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law discussed the implications of the ICJ's Kosovo advisory opinion. The panel was chaired by Ralph Wilde (UCL), and included Anne Peters (Basel), Qerim Qerimi (Prishtina and Harvard), and Marko Milanovic (Nottingham). The panelists considered issues such as the Court's jurisdiction, the framing of the question posed to the Court, implications on the litigation strategy of the parties, as well as broader matters such as statehood and self-determination. These are the uncorrected proofs of the discussion as it will appear in ASIL Proceedings, which include the remarks of all of the named contributors.
Friday, October 21, 2011
Milanovic et al.: What the Kosovo Advisory Opinion Means for the Rest of the World
Marko Milanovic (Univ. of Nottingham - Law), Ralph Wilde (Univ. College London - Law), Anne Peters (Univ. of Basel - Law), & Qerim Qerimi (Prishtina and Harvard) have posted What the Kosovo Advisory Opinion Means for the Rest of the World (ASIL Proceedings, forthcoming). Here's the abstract: