5th November 2017
Economics | South Asia | Reetwija Chakraborty

USD 32 Billion in Indian Public Banks: A boon or bane?

This article seeks to explore whether recapitalising the Indian Public Banks was necessary and sufficient.

25th October 2017
Law | Worldwide | Tim Hagemann

Statehood without territory? The impact of climate change on small island states' legal subjectivity

Join Tim Hagemann in exploring the legal effects that the climate change brings for small island nations whose territory gets swallowed by the rising sea level.

15th October 2017
Politics | Middle East | Marcel Thomkins

The post-war order of Syria: A country torn between ethnical division and geopolitical interest

As the fighting against ISIS draws to a close in its strongholds of Mosul and Raqqa the factions of the Syrian War and their international backers are laying the groundwork for a new post war territorial order of the Syrian political landscape.

7th October 2017
Law | Europe | Tim Hagemann

The emails of Monsieur Macron: An international law perspective on cyber interference of foreign elections

Against the background of the latest email leaks of Emmanuel Macron shortly before the second round of the French presidential election, Tim A. Hagemann has a closer look on the classification and problems of these interferences with the democratic election process under international law.

25th September 2017
Law | Middle East | Tim Hagemann

Necessary reforms or borderline authoritarianism? A legal analysis of Turkey's constitutional reform

On 16th April, over 58 million Turkish citizens were called to cast their ballot on the constitutional reform proposed by the AKP led government that would transform the country to a presidential system.