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1 Introduction Grotian Moments are instances of accelerated formation of customary law, sparked by significant world events, such as wars, terrorist attacks, developments in technology, or natural catastrophes. This article will apply the Grotian Moment theory to the legal criteria of statehood

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Mass data surveillance practices have received heightened attention in international society since the Snowden revelations of 2013. In this article, I examine whether that attention has given rise to a “Grotian moment” regarding the regulation of these activities under international law

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, I will use the operative concepts of ‘Grotian tradition’ and ‘Grotian moment’ 6 to ask whether, according to Grotius, justice is owed to animals. While scholars have invoked, despite oscillations in use, the ‘Grotian tradition’ to insist on the progressive force of Grotius’s system of natural law

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of millions of people. Yet, while recent progress in the international and regional legalisation of anticorruption mechanism may indicate the achievement of a Grotian Moment for a narrow concept of corruption focused on issues such as bribery, the widespread manifestation of other forms of corruption

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of ‘Grotian Moment’, an expression which refers to the times in which Grotius lived. This article touches on both for in order to comment on the latter it is necessary, at least from a third world approaches to international law ( twail ) perspective, to say something about the ‘Grotian Tradition

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international law develops more rapidly than in others. For descriptive purposes, the recognition of the capacity of international organizations to contribute to the formation and identification of customary international law is a (meta) Grotian Moment itself. Afterwards, I will be more normative and present

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international law giving coastal States exclusive rights to the resources of the continental shelf. 4 The issuance of this proclamation, and culmination of related events, arguably qualifies as a Grotian Moment. There is no single definition of a Grotian Moment but this article refers to Grotian Moments as

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The Grotian Moment: the 'piece de resistance J in Bonhoeffer J s letters and papers from prison J. WIERSMA* introduction What I designate 'the Grotian moment' is a substantial segment of Bonhoeffer' s letters and papers from prison. It can be found in the letter which the German theologian

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1 Introduction The idea of the Grotian Moment is one of the more evocative – and elusive –notions in international law discourse. A minimalist definition, focused on the evolution of international law, is employed by Tom Sparks and Mark Somos in their introduction to the special issues of

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Introduction This article excavates the historical and historiographical foundations of Richard Falk’s concept of the Grotian Moment. 1 By drawing attention to Falk’s changing methodology, and its parallels with Reinhart Koselleck’s own, this article encourages a reconsideration of the origins

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