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* This Forum was organized with support of the research project on Shared Responsibility in International Law (‘ shares ’) at the Amsterdam Center for International Law (‘ acil ’) of the University of Amsterdam, and the University of Geneva. A shares Seminar on ‘Shared Responsibility in

In: International Organizations Law Review

states. Accordingly, causes of transboundary air pollution in the Arctic are attributed to more than one state and an injured state may be faced with a plurality of wrongdoing states. Transboundary air pollution in the Arctic thus creates shared responsibility of multiple states. This situation clearly

In: Nordic Journal of International Law

* This is a reworked and expanded version of a talk given at the University of Amsterdam in 2013 in the context of the Research Project on Shared Responsibility in International Law (shares), posted on the shares blog, and cross-posted on ejil:Talk! that same year. Many thanks are due to

In: International Organizations Law Review
Author: Paolo Biondi

seekers’ fundamental right by ‘transfer of responsibility’, imposes also an inter-state obligation of shared responsibility. The chapter concludes with practical recommendations as to how the solidarity clause entrenched in Article 80 tfeu should be translated in legal terms in the Dublin Regulation. It

In: The New Asylum and Transit Countries in Europe during and in the Aftermath of the 2015/2016 Crisis
Author: Tom Dannenbaum

), un Doc . s/ res /836, para. 10. 10 André Nollkaemper and Dov Jacobs, ‘Shared Responsibility in International Law’ (2013) 34 Michigan Journal of International Law pp. 359–438; Tom Dannenbaum, ‘Public Power and Preventive Responsibility’, in A. Nollkaemper and D. Jacobs (eds.), Distribution

In: International Organizations Law Review

* This article was written in a personal capacity and does not necessarily reflect the views of the ministry of Foreign Affairs or any other part of the government of the Netherlands. This Forum was organized with support of the research project on Shared Responsibility in International Law

In: International Organizations Law Review

autonomously and may commit internationally wrongful acts for which they incur independent or shared responsibility. On the basis of the rationale that power breeds responsibility, 37 it can thus be explained why the ILC replicated Article 1 of the ASR in the form of Article 3 of the ARIO as the foundation of

In: International Organizations Law Review
In: International Organizations and Member State Responsibility
In: Teaching to Learn
In: Becoming of Two Minds about Liberalism